What can you do?

  • Check the notices to users
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  • Check the signage at bus stops
  • If possible, leave a little earlier or later to avoid rush hour
  • Plan for longer travel times. If your arrival time isn’t flexible, leave earlier
Major Road Work Approximate Time Period Implications for RTC Service
Henri-IV April to November

Affected Routes:
77, 80, 88, 277, 377, 380, 577 et 580

Plan for longer travel times. If your arrival time isn't flexible, leave earlier.

de l'Église
(Between des Quatre-Bourgeois and Hochelaga)
End of April - beginning of May to December

Affected Routes:
13A, 13B, 22, 76, 88, 93, 800, 801, 915, 931 et 992

Plan for longer travel times. If your arrival time isn't flexible, leave earlier

Saint-Joseph
(Between Dorchester and de la Couronne)
May to September

Affected Routes:
64, 74, 82, 84 et 86

Déplacement du lieu d'embarquement sur Charest Est

René-Lévesque Est
(Between L.-A.-Taschereau and J.-J.-Bertrand)
May to December

Affected Routes:
3, 11, 25, 28, eXpress 200 et Métrobus 800, 801

Restrictions de voies

Félix-Leclerc towards Sainte-Foy Centre
(hauteur P.-Bertrand)
June to October

Affected Routes:
eXpress 300 et 500

Perte de voies sur Félix-Leclerc. Ralentissements à prévoir

What does RTC do?

  • Works closely with the ministry of transportation, the City of Quebec, and the police force every day to find solutions and minimize impacts
  • Adds departures and vehicles to the network
  • Adjusts routes and schedules
  • Implements measures that maintain service reliability and fluidity
  • Dispatches support personnel throughout the network to keep customers informed and guide them

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