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Grey Cup Parade re-routes

On Tuesday, November 26, Winnipeg Transit will be re-routing service in the downtown area for the Grey Cup Champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers victory parade.

Re-routes will be in effect in the downtown area beginning at approximately 11 a.m. Hargrave Street will be closed from 11 a.m. to noon, and Portage Avenue will be completely closed from 11:30 a.m. to approximately 12:15 p.m. The roads will reopen after the procession moves along the route.

Delays to transit service are expected throughout the downtown area during this time and passengers are advised to check their schedule before travelling.

Winnipeg Transit Inspectors will be strategically located along Graham Avenue and Portage Avenue to assist passengers with re-route information.

Fall schedule in effect Sunday, September 1, 2019

Beginning Sunday, September 1, 2019, Winnipeg Transit’s fall schedule will be in effect on the following routes:

14 Ellice – St. Mary’s
16 Selkirk – Osborne
18 North Main – Corydon
19 Marion – Logan – Notre Dame
21 Portage Express
22 Assiniboia Express
24 Ness Express
25 Ness Super Express
26 Logan Berry
28 Brookside Express
29 Sherbrook
36 Northwest Super Express
47 Transcona
55 St. Anne’s
59 South St. Anne’s Express
60 Pembina
65 Grant Express
72
75 Crosstown East
76
77 Crosstown North
78 Waverley
89/90
101 Dart St. Amant
102 Dart Southdale
160 Pembina
161 University Super Express
162 Richmond Express
163 Waverley Heights Express
181 Whyte Ridge Express

Changes to Transit service for 2019 Bomber season

June 26, 2019 – Beginning Thursday, June 27, 2019, regular fares will be charged for all Transit passengers leaving Winnipeg Blue Bomber games at IG Field. Previously, fares were only collected from passengers going to the game, and not from passengers departing the game.

Fans are encouraged to be prepared with their cash fare or their pre-loaded peggo card. We appreciate everyone’s cooperation and patience as it may take a bit longer to board Transit buses following the game as fares are now being collected.

For more information on Bomber game day service, please see: Bomber Fan Fare