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Locations

A location is an address, an intersection, or a landmark.

Address

address icon An address requires a street number and street name.

In the space provided, start entering the street number and name information. If possible, suggestions that could finish the address you are entering will appear. If you see the address you were trying to enter, you may click on it to select it. In most cases, about 3 letters of a street name are enough to identify an address.

Examples: “414 Osborne Street”, or simply “414 osb”.

Intersection

intersection icon An intersection requires the specification of two intersecting streets.

In the space provided, start entering the two street names separated by “and”, “at”, @, &, +, /, or a comma. If possible, suggestions that could finish the intersection you are entering will appear. If you see the intersection you were trying to enter, you may click on it to select it.

Examples: “River and Osborne”, “river/osborne”, “riv@osb”.

Landmark

monument icon A landmark is a well-known place identified by a name (eg. City Hall) or by an abbreviation (eg. RRC).

In the space provided, start entering the name of a landmark. If possible, suggestions that could finish the landmark you are entering will appear. If you see the landmark you were trying to enter, you may click on it to select it. In an attempt to account for possible differences in spelling and abbreviations, you may be asked to choose from a list of possible matches. If the landmark you have chosen has multiple locations, you will be asked to choose which location you would like to use.

Examples: “City Hall”, “u of m”, “River Heights Community Centre” or “rhcc”.

My Locations

If you are logged in , pressing the My Locations option will display a list of all of your previously saved My Locations. You may click on one of the locations in your list to select it.

Save to My Locations

If you are logged in , the Save to My Locations option will be displayed when you have entered a new location. Press this option to save the new location in your My Locations.

If you have selected the “Always add origin and destination to My Locations” option in your User Settings, this will automatically be done for you.

My Locations

When you hover your cursor over the My Locations button found in the Map section in the left side bar, a dropdown menu of your saved locations will be displayed along with the Manage my locations option. You can select one of your saved locations for viewing or you can select the option to manage your locations.

There are four options that enable you to manage your saved locations.

Rename

If you would like to change the name, simply click on the text and type in the new name.

Reorder

If you would like to reorder the items in the list, simply hover your cursor over the icon and drag the item to the desired location.

View

Press the View button listed beside an item to view it.

Delete

Press the Delete button listed beside an item to be deleted. Press OK in the confirm window and the item will be removed.

Find a Location

Use this option to find a location using an address, intersection, or landmark. The location will be displayed on a map along with bus stops near that location. You can choose one of the following options that are displayed:

  • Plan trip from here
  • Plan trip to here
  • Find stops near here
  • Find routes servicing this location

System Map

An overview map of Winnipeg is displayed containing 12 smaller map areas of Transit’s service for easy viewing. Select one of the map areas to display a PDF map showing that area’s service.

Full Map

This option displays a full map of the City of Winnipeg.