Dozen of Winnipeggers got a chance to have a look at the proposed plans for a new southwest rapid transit corridor on Monday. The system would move passengers from the downtown to Jubilee Avenue as part of Phase 1, which is estimated to cost $138 million.
Above: People view proposed plans for a bus rapid transit system displayed at the Masonic Temple on Corydon Avenue during an open house Monday.
The next chance to get a peak for yourself is Wednesday, May 27 between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Winnipeg Convention Centre.
Construction is slated to begin this summer, with plans for a second phase extending all the way to Bison Drive near the University of Manitoba to follow.
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