Get from A to be B with less OMG. Winnipeg’s favourite free transit app 🚀

Winnipeg loves Rocketman, which is a huge coincidence because we love them back! Made in Canada, we give Winnipeg riders real-time information for Winnipeg Transit buses.

With our easy-to-use app, you can see real-time schedules and track your bus along its route. We make it easy to stop your more frequent stops, and get transit delay alerts delivered to your phone. 

And we know that your time is valuable, so we only give you the information that you need to know to get to your destination with minimal wait time, and as little stress as possible. Though, full disclosure, we can’t guarantee anything — we aren’t magic.

Download the Rocketman transit app for iOS on the Apple Store
Download the Rocketman transit app for Android on the Google Play Store
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Get real-time transit alerts and arrival times in Winnipeg

Question: What do you do when it’s -40 degrees outside and you’re caught waiting for the bus with a Slurpee in one hand? Answer: Use Rocketman for real-time alerts and arrival times for the next bus so that you enjoy your Slurpee inside. 😉

Rocketman provides real-time transit alerts and arrival times to get you to wherever you’re going without the added anxiety.

Rocketman Frequently Asked Questions

How do I use the Rocketman transit app in Winnipeg?

We made Rocketman really easy to use. 

You start by heading to your app store of choice, where you can download it for free. Once you have the app installed, you can favourite your preferred stops, group different stops together based on your commute, and set reminders for the next vehicle to arrive.

With Rocketman, you’ll stay up to date throughout your trip with real-time alerts. That way you’ll know if you can stop for a coffee on your way.

Is the Rocketman transit app accurate?

The Rocketman app uses feeds and vehicle tracking information provided by local transit agencies to let you know where vehicles are and to determine vehicle arrival times. 

This helps us display alerts as soon as delays occur and makes sure you know when you need to be at your stop. Of course, this means that you need to have an internet connection through Wi-Fi or a data plan to effectively use Rocketman.

What is the best Winnipeg Transit app for iPhone?

Rocketman is obviously the best Winnipeg Transit app for your iPhone—we’re sure the other guys are OK but we’re where the real party is at. We provide you with real-time alerts, delay notifications, and can help you prove to your boss that it really was transit’s fault you were late (we’ve got your back).

What is the best Winnipeg Transit app for Android?

Hmm, best Winnipeg transit app for Android? We’re not sure… just kidding! It’s obviously Rocketman.

We believe that all transit riders, including those that don’t use Apple devices, deserve to have accessible, accurate real-time transit updates. Though, full disclosure, if you have a flip phone, you’re on your own.

Why do you even need to use a Winnipeg Transit app?

A Winnipeg Transit app isn’t for anyone — for example, if you like waiting out in the cold winter for the bus, or you’re OK with random delays that you have no idea about, then you can skip the transit app. But if you’re ready to make your next transit experience a little less stressful, then a Winnipeg Transit app is definitely for you.

Explore history with the best Winnipeg Transit App

There are plenty of things to do in Winnipeg if you know where to look. If you’re looking for something to do that you can get to on transit, here are some ideas:

  • Learn a little something about human rights at The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, it’s two minutes away from five different transit stops
  • Grab a bite to eat and find a local treasure at The Forks Market, the closest bus stop is a mere three minute walk away
  • If you’re looking for a nice afternoon walk, check out the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, the closest transit stop is just 10 minutes away
  • Money makes the world move around, learn a bit more about it by visiting the Royal Canadian Mint which is a short seven minute walk from the nearest bus stop