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Société de transport de Lévis

Société de transport de Lévis
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Founded 1980
Headquarters 229 rue Saint-Omer
Locale Lévis, Quebec, Canada
Service type bus service, paratransit
Fleet 50
Website stlevis.ca (French)

The Société de transport de Lévis (STL) (Lévis Transit Corporation) is a public transportation agency created in 1980, operating mainly in Lévis on the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River, being the counterpart of the Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC) on the north side. STL offers connections between Lévis and Quebec City; RTC buses currently do not have any services to the south shore.

Description

The STL serves a population of about 140,000 on a territory of 551,551 km² in the region of Chaudière-Appalaches. The corporation relies on 50 buses and 90 employees. In 2004, it served more than 3 million riders.

Routes

  • P1, P2, P5, P6- Lévis Circuit
  • P4, P5- Charny Circuit
  • P8, P9, P10- St. Jean Crysotome Circuit
  • 20- College-University
  • 20 Express- Ste. Foy-Lévis
  • 21- Traverse-College
  • 23- Lévis Lauzon-Hôpital
  • 24- Galeries Chagnon-Traverse
  • 26- Secteur St. David-Galeries Chagnon
  • 27- Express St. Jean Crystome-University
  • 27R- St. Romulad-St. Jean Crystome
  • 28- Traverse-Galeries Chagnon
  • 31- St. Jean Crystome-F.X. Garneau
  • 34 Express- St. Romulad-Ste. Foy
  • 35 Express- Charny-Ste. Foy
  • 35R- Charny-Concorde
  • 41- Charny-F.X. Garneau
  • 90- Levis-St. Nicolas
  • 91- St. Nicolas-F.X. Garneau
  • 99- Lévis-Quebec
  • 329- Galeries Chagnon-Centre de Congress

External links

  • (French) STL official web site



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