Winnipeg Skywalk Concerns

The Access Advisory Committee is addressing your concerns on the Skywalks in Winnipeg.

Do you have any trouble spots?  and Where.

Chris Sobkowicz - Coordinator

City of Winnipeg - Access Advisory Committee

4 Responses to “Winnipeg Skywalk Concerns”

  1. Liz Mitchell says:

    February 26, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    The ramps from The MTS Centre to Portage Place and the one into the Bay are both too narrow and difficult to manage.

    In general we should have more skywalks in Winnipeg.

    They are wonderful for wheelchair bound people when the sidewalks are not plowed.

  2. Janet Hunt says:

    March 1, 2010 at 1:22 am

    I take advantage of the skywalks when weather and construction makes it difficult to travel outside. They are very handy and would be even better if there was more accessible signage.

    For now I rely on sighted assistance from others to find my way through unfamiliar parts of our downtown skywalks.

  3. Jay Sagin says:

    Dear Madam/Sir
    The Skywalk is the wonderful connection system. However, the working hours are too short. Will it be possible to have access to the Skywalk from 6 am? Most of the skywalk doors open at 7 am, but it is late, we have to work this time already. Doors above the Millenium library are locked most of the time, it is impossible to cross this area from the Delta hotel to the downtown circle.
    Thank you very much
    Jay

  4. Ken Guilford says:

    At the Bay on the west side the sidewalk is much too small and the doors opens into you. This is not good.
    Most of the sidewalks and roads are very rough and potholes and sidewalks with many different levels. This is very dangerous.
    Thank you
    Ken F Guilford

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