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Winnipeg Transit

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Thursday, October 22, 2020 - Winnipeg Transit Master Plan engagement underway – Have your say on plans for improving accessibility

An online survey is open and two Zoom meetings are scheduled for Winnipeg residents to learn more about the draft Winnipeg Transit Master Plan.

The draft plan proposes improvements to accessibility and a pilot project integrating Winnipeg Transit Plus with the conventional Transit system, in addition to a new city-wide network anchored by three rapid transit lines, and new transit infrastructure downtown.

To learn more, you can register to take part in The Future of Rapid Transit Zoom meetings on Saturday, October 24 and Wednesday, October 28, or visit

The online survey gathering feedback on the plan is open until November 6, 2020.

Friday, May 1st 2020

Winnipeg, MB.- The WINNpass is a new program from the City of Winnipeg that provides eligible customers the opportunity to purchase a full fare monthly transit pass at a reduced rate.
The program will start accepting applications as of May 01, 2020.

As a parallel service, all eligible Transit Plus customers can apply for the WINNPass and can use it on Transit Plus once approved for the program. For application instructions and full details on the program please visit:


Once approved Transit Plus customers can purchase a WINNPass by calling the contact centre at 204-986-5722.

Tuesday, June 11th 2019

Winnipeg, MB.- As of June 1st 2019, Winnipeg Transit Plus ID Cards are no longer required and will not be used or sent to any new or existing registrants requesting a replacement card.

Tuesday, January 9th 2019

Manitoba Ombudsman Report on HT Service

Winnipeg, MB. - Today, the Manitoba Ombudsman’s Office released a report outlining recommendations for Handi-Transit service in response to a complaint filed by the Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC) in February of 2016.

In reviewing the ILRC’s complaint, Winnipeg Transit Plus provided additional information and clarifications on some of its policies to assist the Ombudsman’s Office with their investigation.

Further City comments on the Ombudsman’s recommendations can be found in the attached summary document.

For more information please see links listed below.

Manitoba Ombudsman Website

Ombudsman Report

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Changes coming to Handi-Transit in 2019
Winnipeg, MB – A new year will bring changes to Winnipeg’s Handi-Transit service including an updated scheduling system for improved service and a refreshed name to include more inclusive language.

In September 2017, Handi-Transit launched a campaign to choose a new, more inclusive name for the service, which solicited feedback from the community and stakeholders. Through this process and in consultation with the Handi-Transit Policy Advisory Committee, the name Winnipeg Transit Plus was chosen.

Since the Handi-Transit name was adopted in 1977, there have been many changes in our understanding of disability issues and the language used to describe persons with disabilities. The introduction of new Provincial legislation, The Accessibility for Manitobans Act,and its continued development provides clear direction on the use of inclusive language when referencing services for the community. A new name for Handi-Transit is one step towards a more inclusive environment for all Winnipeggers.

Here is the new Winnipeg Transit Plus Logo

Winnipeg Transit Plus Logo

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