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Winnipeg Bus Stops

Traveling to Winnipeg just got a lot more affordable and ten times easier. Whether you’re looking to take in the incredible architecture of the city or enjoy the fresh air of Winnipeg’s prairie land, Jefferson Lines can help make sure your travel experience to Winnipeg is hassle free.

As your #1 Bus Experience in the U.S. and Canada, we have taken care of everything so you don’t have to worry about the details. Scroll below to learn what you’ll need on your next trip to Winnipeg.


Winnipeg International Airport
2015 Wellington Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3H1H5
(204) 949-7777
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Lobby Hours:
M-Sun: 06:00 AM – 11:59 PM
Hol: 06:00AM – 11:59 PM

Tickets Sold:
M-Sun: 07:00AM – 11:15 PM
Hol: 07:00 AM – 11:15PM



Travel to Canada

What to Bring

Canadian Citizens:

  • Valid passport

U.S. Citizens:

  • Valid passport OR Enhanced Driver’s License OR Certificate of Indian Status (for more information on acceptable forms of identification, visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website).
  • Your ticket for your trip back to the states (or another destination out of Canada).
  • The address of where you’ll be staying in Canada.

NOTE: If you don’t have the correct documents for your trip, you won’t be allowed to board the bus because you would be denied entry at the border. Please, make sure you have everything you need before you board.

What Happens at the Border

When you reach the Canadian border, all passengers need to get off the bus and collect all their belongings, including checked baggage. All unclaimed baggage will be removed by Canadian officials. You’ll be asked by immigration what the reason is for your trip, and they may want to inspect your baggage. After, you can return your bags to be loaded onto the bus and continue to your Canadian destination.

Children Traveling into Canada

Children traveling into Canada will need proof of citizenship, such as a passport or birth certificate. Those under 15 must be accompanied by an adult. If a child is traveling with only one parent, they need to have a letter from the other parent giving consent for them to cross the border. (There’s no official format for this, just a letter with the other parent’s name, contact details and signature.)

Bringing Food into Canada

By law, you have to declare all plant, animal and food items you bring into Canada. There are restrictions on some food items, depending on the province you’re traveling to, and rules can change at any time, because pest and disease situations are often changing. For the latest information, visit the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (link opens in a new tab).

Wi-Fi: Entering Canada

The free Wi-Fi offered on all Jefferson Lines buses is only available in the United States.

Traveling into the U.S.

What to Bring

When you cross the border from Canada into the U.S. you’ll need your passport or proof of citizenship, which will be checked before you get on the bus.

NOTE: If you don’t have the correct documents for your trip, you won’t be allowed to board the bus because you would be denied entry at the border. Please, make sure you have everything you need before you board.

What Happens at the Border

When you reach the U.S. border, all passengers need to get off the bus and collect all their belongings, including checked baggage. You and your baggage will then pass through security (just like at the airport). All unclaimed baggage will be removed by U.S. officials.

Children Traveling into the U.S.

Children traveling into the U.S. will need proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate. Under U.S. law, children under 16 aren’t allowed to travel into the U.S. without an adult.

Bringing Food into the U.S.

There are some restrictions on agricultural products you can bring into the U.S. from certain countries. This is because they may carry pests or foreign animal diseases that may threaten U.S. crop production and livestock. To see what foods you can and can’t bring into the U.S., please visit the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website (link opens in a new tab).

If you do bring agricultural products from Canada into the U.S. you will need to declare them.

Wi-Fi: Entering the U.S.

Upon entering the U.S., Wi-Fi will be re-enabled on your bus. Enjoy our FREE, complimentary Wi-Fi.