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The City of Winnipeg is interested in learning more about on-street parking barriers faced by motorists with accessibility requirements. Accessibility advocates have brought up limitations with Winnipeg’s downtown parking, and a pilot program and survey were proposed to learn more and to determine whether a longer-term accessible parking plan is required.

A one-year pilot program will be implemented by the Winnipeg Parking Authority to allow for tracking and monitoring of accessible parking in a set geographical area around City Hall, the Centennial Concert Hall, and the East Exchange.

If you are interested in learning more about the pilot program, please visit

Please take five minutes to complete this survey. Your feedback will assist in determining accessible on-street parking needs, and whether the development of a longer-term accessible parking plan is required to address on-street parking needs. The project team will be collecting feedback until May 31, 2019.

This survey is also available in French/Ce sondage est également disponible en français.

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* 1. Do you have a valid Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) parking permit?

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* 2. When you pay for parking, what is the most common paid parking you access?

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* 3. How often do you pay for on-street parking in Winnipeg?