Train Stations/Bus Stations in Quebec
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Gare du Palais / Terminus d'autobus de Québec
This important train and bus station is a monument that reflects Québec City's impressive history. It also serves as a terminal for VIA Rail Canada's Montréal–Québec City corridor and is used by five companies, including Orléans Express and Intercar, ...
 
Gare Parc
The Park Station is located south-east of Jarry Park, the station is at the eastern end of Ogilvy Street, north of Jean-Talon Street. Near the Parc metro station (blue line), it is also serviced by STM buses and by the 935 Trainbus in the a.m. peak period ...
 
Gare de Saint-Constant
The commuter train connects Saint-Constant station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown Montréal, in approximately 32 minutes. The train station is accessible by car from rue Saint-Pierre, mid-way between highway 15 and route 132. It is also served ...
 
Lachine station
The commuter train connects Lachine station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown Montréal, in approximately 21 minutes. Lachine station is located at the intersection of 48th Avenue and Sir-George-Simpson Street. On public holidays and during the ...
 
Gare de Joliette
The train station is located in Joliette. The station is a heritage building. The services available for customers at the train station are: bike racks, VIA gift card, Interac direct payment, waiting room, washrooms, telephone and luggage check-in service ...
 
Terminus Magog (Transdev Limocar)
 
Gare Saint-Jérôme
Saint-Jérôme station is located between the 117 (Saint-Georges Street) and Jean-Baptiste-Rolland Boulevard, the station is accessible by car. It is also serviced by RTM Laurentides and CRT Lanaudière buses. The commuter train connects Saint-Jérôme station ...
 
Gare Sainte-Thérèse
Sainte-Thérèse Station is located between autoroute 15, route 117, Blainville Street and autoroute 640, the station is accessible by car via Saint-Alphonse Street. The commuter train connects Sainte-Thérèse station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown ...
 
Gare Sainte-Dorothée
The commuter train connects the Sainte-Dorothée station to the Central Station in downtown Montreal in approximately 34 minutes. Located between Avenue des Bois and Antoine-Dalmas Street, the station is accessible by car and for users of the STL bus network ...
 
Gare du Palais / Gare de trains
This important train and bus station is a monument that reflects Québec City's impressive history. It also serves as a terminal for VIA Rail Canada's Montréal–Québec City corridor and is used by five companies, including Orléans Express and Intercar, ...