December 31, 2017 1:41 pm
Updated: January 2, 2018 1:55 pm

Transit increases to take effect Jan. 1 in Winnipeg

The new fares will rise 25 cents and climb to $2.95 per person with senior fares costing $2.45.

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Starting in the new year, Winnipeg residents will be paying more for Transit and Handi-Transit across the city.

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The new regular fare will cost $2.95 per person with senior fares costing $2.45.

2017 bus tickets (plus the additional cost of the new fare) will be accepted until March 31, 2018.

2018 full fare option prices include:

  • 24-hour pass $9.65
  • 3-day pass $19.50
  • 5-day pass $23.40
  • 7-day pass $26.00
  • 14-day pass $48.10
  • 21-day pass $71.50
  • 28-day pass $92.30
  • Monthly pass $100.10

For more information on fares and ticket sales locations, visit Winnipeg Transit’s website.

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