The Transportation Network of the Capital (RTC) serves the campus of Laval University. Most of the bus stops are located near and around the University. At peak hours, buses connect the campus to downtown every 5 minutes. At other times, their frequency varies between 10 to 15 minutes. Tickets are on sale in some stores or cash ($ 2.60) directly into the bus.
The closest stop is the stop of Peps Sainte-Foy / Seminary, served by the route 7.
The bus station in Sainte-Foy and the terminus Gare du Palais are deserved by Orleans Express and Intercar..
Orléans Express offers daily service every hour between Quebec and Montreal along with a frequent service to other cities of the province..
Intercar links Quebec to the Saguenay, Lac Saint-Jean, Charlevoix and Côte-Nord..
The Gare du Palais and the Gare de Sainte-Foy are both deserved by Via Rail Canada and provide passenger rail transport in Quebec and across Canada. . From all over North America, it is possible to go to Quebec by train.
For more information, visit www.viarail.ca
Located less than twenty minutes from downtown, the Jean Lesage International Airport is one of the most important gateways of Quebec. He serves annually up to a million passengers.
Over ten carriers offer multiple flights within North America, South America and Europe.
For more information, visit www.aeroportdequebec.com
250W, boul. Wilfrid-Hamel
North-West entrance - 1st floor
Québec (Québec), G1L 5A7