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Winnipeg Transit website may be unavailable for one hour on Saturday

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The Winnipeg Transit website.

Winnipeg Transit advises that its website may be unavailable to users due to necessary website improvements for one hour between 11 p.m. and midnight on Saturday. Transit’s mobile site will not be affected. Regular web service will be restored on Sunday, Aug. 17.

Users can access up-to-date Transit information through Telebus and BUStxt, and Transit’s mobile site. Each bus stop in Winnipeg shows a five-digit bus stop number. When you call Telebus at 204-287-7433, and enter the five-digit number, a recorded message will tell you when the bus will arrive at that bus stop. Alternately, residents can text the five-digit bus stop number to 287898 to receive a text with bus arrival times at that stop.

For more Transit information, residents can also contact 311, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by phone at 311 or by email at 311@winnipeg.ca.

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Updated on Friday, August 15, 2014 at 4:00 PM CDT: Correction - site will be down for one hour

5:03 PM: Corrects time reference.

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