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Isaac Williams

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  1. Here's what these signs look like. Basically it sounds like DART service will continue as normal, except instead of phoning-in and telling the driver where to go, you tell the app where to go. Then the drivers tablet will tell them where to go. At the time of writing this post, the WT On-Request page does exist, but is essentially blank.
  2. Probably D30LF's, just like regular DART's (this pretty much is DART, but modernized a little). Although recently for some reason, the DART's generally haven't been getting D30LF's. Maybe I'll try checking things out tomorrow.
  3. As far as I know, the 102 will still be serving Southdale this upcoming Fall schedule (run cards include the 102 in them). Are there signs saying that this change will be happening?
  4. New info on Bomber service has been posted. https://winnipegtransit.com/en/service/event-service/bomberfanfare
  5. A pair of CP trains heading north on the La Riviere Subdivision in Winnipeg on July 27th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtlDMQ_ETDE
  6. 468 will also be on the 191-6 this afternoon, and 471 will be on the 65-8.
  7. There's a reroute for the outbound BLUE U. of Manitoba coming up soon, because of (even more) construction on University Crescent. In the document detailing the reroute, it mentions "during Event days at Stadium Station there may be modifications to this re-route". This is the first time I've heard of anything relating to IGF events, though I don't know of any other details. If you're curious about the reroute itself, it'll be EB Southpark, SB Pembina, EB Chancellor Matheson, SB Research, EB Innovation/Dafoe to regular route, starting July 23rd, ending in September.
  8. If I'm not mistaken, the Arlington Bridge is supposed start getting replaced in the next few years or something like that. If the new bridge is not ready by the time that route gets implemented, which is pretty likely, it'll probably go around the same way as the current 71.
  9. This is actually an app I created. If you're interested, you can download it here. https://mega.nz/file/kIln2Iaa#v7i0E38ieATUiODK6N2su5kUK5n8mDfFUbDbbEeWN5c
  10. I love the D60LF's, but I guess we'll have to agree to diasagree. But I will say the BLUE should always have 60-footers, especially the St. Norbert branch, but that wasn't the case today (not to mention there's a 100-90 that will always get a 40-footer).
  11. At this moment, I do not know of any plans for Bomber service. But seeing as vacs are increasing, and restrictions are loosening, I wouldn't be too surprised if plans come up soon. As said above, there would probably be the usual X60, X74, X75 and X78, plus the X47, and probably extra BLUE University buses.
  12. I do realize that having them cross the mainlines like that could cause delays, but that's what happens when they're that close together, and there's only 1 grade-separated crossing. Obviously I can have them avoid those crossings and go over the Tupper overpass, kind of like how the 71 avoids the Arlington Bridge, but having them zig-zag like that isn't super optimal either (especially for Route 3). In regards to Winnipeg, most of the CN mainline crossings in the city are grade-separated. In fact, I think the only location where a route crosses the CN mainline at grade these days is the
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