The NHL Heritage Classic kicks off this weekend, so the City of Winnipeg will be operating extensive bus services to help people get to and from the games on Saturday and Sunday.

Transit changes:
*Regular fares will be collected on all Winnipeg Transit serviceto the game. This also applies to Handi-Transit service. Fares may be paid using your peggo card, paper tickets, passes, and or, cash.
*Post-game passengers can show their game day ticket for a free ride home when boarding buses after the game.
*Park & Ride services is operated by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers using school buses, and will commence 3 hours prior to game time.
*The 78 Crosstown West, which normally does not operate on Sunday will operate at 20 minute intervals beginning at 9:30 a.m on Sunday.

Regular Service:
Saturday extra service will begin on the routes below starting at 11:00 a.m.:

*Saturday extra service will begin on the routes below starting at 9:30 a.m.:

Park and Ride service:

The Running Back Shuttle will run from the Stadium in a clockwise loop, west on Chancellor Matheson, north on Pembina, and south on University Crescent back to the stadium. The shuttle will begin operating 90 minutes before game time and will operate every 10 minutes. The last shuttle will arrive at Investors Group Field 10 minutes after the event or game is scheduled to begin and will not operate after the game.

Catch extra route 160 service on Chancellor Matheson after the game to get back to Pembina Highway. Buses will run west on Chancellor Matheson and north on Pembina making all stops between Investors Group Field and Downtown.

Passengers using the Running Back Shuttle can ride forfree by showing the operator their game day ticket.

Post-Game Service:
All Park & Ride service and extra Regular Service on routes 75, 78 (via Cambridge and via Kenaston) and 160 will be lined up on Chancellor Matheson heading west towards Pembina. Route 162/170 can be caught at its regular stop – University Crescent at Freedman.

A map showing post-game boarding locations can be found here.

Transit Supervisors will also be on scene to help guide people to their bus.