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Isaac Williams

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  1. Yeah, Sage Creek is definitley very odd when it comes to service (and lack thereof).
  2. Yes, it would go through Sage Creek in both directions. Route 50 already does both loops, but comes from Downtown, and currently runs rush hour only. This is Route 50.
  3. It's about time Winnipeg Transit finally explores the idea of booking DART trips online. While I don't live in a DART area, I would use the app to book trips for riding around. Something I've wondered is why the 101 isn't advertised at all at Plaza Station, or SB Pembina @ Plaza. Keep in mind, you can board the 101 at Pembina & Plaza, without needing to phone in. The website doesn't even list the 101 as observing that stop, even though it does. Sage Creek should get improved service, sooner rather than later. At the very least they could run the 50 all day on weekdays, or maybe create
  4. 990 has been behind FRG, near the McDonalds, for quite some time.
  5. I don't know about the eastbound stop, but I know the westbound stop does. Like come on WT, it's been 9 months since the 64, 160, 161, 163, 180 and 181 were abandoned, the 47, 65 and 66 were rerouted, and the BLUE was added!
  6. That document also mentioned the idea of extending the 71 to Aubrey Loop, which I don't think is a bad idea. But it's no longer being considered though. The idea of having the Wolseley bus travel down Wolseley instead of Westminster isn't too bad, but I do not agree with removing it from Balmoral, unless the construction makes it completely impassable.
  7. I don't know if this is intentional or not, but this looks atrocious.
  8. I haven't heard of anything like that. Winnipeg Transit and phone apps are like oil and water. Even the regular website is showing it's age a little bit.
  9. Yes, I know what a sanatorium is. I think bus simulators do exist, but I doubt any Winnipeg packs exist. There used to be web apps that would let you drive a car on top of Google Maps satellite imagery, but I don't know if those are still around. If you can find one, that would give you some of the experience.
  10. Not surprisingly, they have GameSense ads on the inside too. This is 359 on the 24.
  11. That's quite the name for a route,
  12. Rightfully so, as our fares are already really high.
  13. https://winnipegtransit.com/en/fares/transit-fares/
  14. The map seems to indicate that Grant did at least exist between Stafford and Pembina by that time. To be fair, there isn't much between Stafford and Pembina on Grant, even to this day, but still it is part of Grant. Even to this day, there are buses signed "66 GRANT > KENASTON", which start at Unicity or Polo Park, and terminate at Grant @ Kenaston East, usually with a timed connection to a 66 City Hall. Reminds me of the 18 Corydon & Cambridge short-turns (which barely exists anymore).
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