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COVID-19: City of Winnipeg response and latest updates on City facilities and services
COVID-19 : Mesures prises par la Ville de Winnipeg et dernières nouvelles sur les installations et services municipaux

Winnipeg Transit

Regular Service

Winnipeg Transit Customer Service Centres have reopened with precautionary measures put in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Customers are required to wear masks at all times (effective August 29, 2020), keep a distance from others and to line up according to signage posted at each location. A limited number of face masks are currently available at public City-operated facilities where masks are required. All locations will be sanitized regularly during business hours.

When visiting Customer Service Centres, in addition to keeping a distance from others and lining up as directed, all customers are asked to follow social distancing measures including:

  • Practice good hand hygiene by washing your hands regularly and refraining from touching your face.
  • Wear a non-medical mask that covers your nose, mouth and chin at all times.
  • Be kind to others who may not be able to wear a non-medical mask.
  • If you are sick and experiencing flu-like symptoms; please refrain from riding transit or visiting other transit facilities.

Customers are reminded they can renew and load their peggo cards by visiting one of our partner agencies, online, or by contacting 311.

Visit the COVID-19 website for a comprehensive listing of service impacts.

Winnipeg Transit currently operates 84 fixed routes throughout the city. Depending on demand, the scheduled service may include main line routes, express routes or suburban feeders.

  • Main line routes
    provide service from suburban neighbourhoods to downtown, observing all bus stops, and normally operate seven days a week.
  • Express routes
    operate mainly during rush hour from suburban neighbourhoods, observing a limited number of bus stops to downtown.
  • Suburban feeders
    generally provide service in suburban areas where ridership demand is lower.

When do buses run?

  • 365 days a year, usually from 6 a.m. until past midnight; although all routes do not operate seven days a week.
  • Weekday rush hours from 7 a.m. – 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., providing the most service available.
  • Refer to the online timetables.

Timetables and Maps

Winnipeg Transit provides timetables and system maps for every transit route in the city. These maps can be can be viewed online in the timetables and routes sections on this site.

Accessible Transit

For information regarding our Easy Access Service and traveling with mobility aids, please see our Accessible Transit page.

Accessible Transit

For information regarding our Easy Access Service and traveling with mobility aids, please see our Accessible Transit page.