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Question 1: During the week of September 23, 1982, Winnipeg Transit tested a GM-built ________ on the Portage and Pembina routes.
Double-decker busArticulated busBi-articulated busTrolleybus

Question 2: Winnipeg Transit is the public transit agency in Winnipeg, Manitoba, ________.
CanadaBarbadosUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 3: It was rendered obsolete and acquired by the Winnipeg Electric Street Railway (1892, later Winnipeg Electric Railway and Winnipeg Electric Co.), which ran electric ________ until 1955, regular buses from 1918, and electric trolley buses from 1938 to 1970.
Light railHeritage streetcarTrolleybusTram

Question 4: Non-accessible buses are commonly used only during peak hours or on major routes that end at the ________ (Routes 60 and 75, especially).
University of ManitobaUniversity of AlbertaMemorial University of NewfoundlandThe University of Western Ontario

Question 5: Two connect Main Street, Broadway, the Exchange District, and The Forks, one running clockwise, the other counter-clockwise; the other connects the ________ with the Graham Transit Mall and City Hall.
Booth CollegeUniversity of WinnipegProvidence College and Theological SeminaryUniversité de Sherbrooke

Question 6: During the 1960s Metro Winnipeg Transit was phasing out the ________ fleet.
TramTrolleybusExpress bus serviceBus advertising

Question 7: It was destined to operate as part of the ________ fleet.
Mississauga TransitOakville TransitBrampton TransitGO Transit

Question 8: Glen was taking the side of high level bureaucrats at Winnipeg Transit who preferred ________ over rail-based options such as subway or LRT.
TramBus rapid transitTrolleybusBus lane

Question 9: ________ became the successor mayor in his place after a mini-election and began to make plans to cancel the BRT project.
Robert SteenSam KatzBill NorrieGlen Murray (politician)

Question 10: Public transit in Winnipeg began in 1882 with the horse-drawn Winnipeg Street Railway Company (WSR) under the direction of ________ businessman Albert William Austin.
Hamilton, OntarioGreater Toronto AreaToronto IslandsToronto







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