Water bus to resume service after 3-year break in Winnipeg
Forks officials say lower water levels have allowed water bus service to resume
Winnipeg's water buses will run for the first time in three years this summer.
According to officials with the Forks, water levels have finally lowered enough to allow the water bus to resume running.
Starting Saturday, the buses will make stops at five docks along the Red and Assiniboine rivers.
Service will run every 15 minutes with stops at the Manitoba legislative building, The Forks, Norwood Grove and the Exchange District.
Tickets cost $3.50 per ride or $20 for a day pass.