Greyhound Bus-Terminal: Analysis of Options for the Winnipeg Downtown Terminal: Final Report
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This report examines the Greyhound Bus terminal and its proximal relationship to the University of Winnipeg and the remainder of downtown. The purpose of the report is to focus on key issues such as zoning, urban design, and environmental concerns. It also recognizes that discussions are presently underway to create a multimodal passenger terminal (or MPT) at the airport, that would likely include intercity bus service. As a neighbourhood stakeholder, the University of Winnipeg has an interest in what direction the bus terminal site is taken in; but in a larger sense, the University of Winnipeg is becoming a major contributor to the redevelopment of downtown. Therefore this report considers not only the perspective of the University of Winnipeg, but also the extent to which such redevelopment would meet the transportation needs of Winnipeg residents.
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