Réseau de transport de la Capitale

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The Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC) was established in 2002 from the merger of Société de transport de la Communauté urbaine de Québec and la Société de transport de Québec to provide urban public transit services in the Quebec City area. The RTC operates three bus rapid transit lines- line 800, line 801 and line 802. Lines 800 and 801 run from De Marly to Dorchester/de la Couronne, where line 801 continues on to Terminus du Zoo, while line 800 diverges to La Cimenterie. Line 802 run from Terminus Beauport to Station Belvédère. Service is every 5 minutes during peak times, every 10 minutes before and after then, and every 15 minutes during less-travelled times.


This is a comprehensive guide to the vehicles currently in passenger service with the RTC.




Bus Fleet

Year Make Model Image Example Dimensions
ft/wd
Engine Transmission Fleet #
1996 Gillig Corporation Model 35TB102 Phantom Suffolk Gillig 9635.jpg 35'X102" DD Series 50 Allison World B-400R 9600-9608, 9610-9636, 9641-9655, 9660-9661
(53 Currently In Service)
1997 Gillig Corporation Model 30TB96 Phantom Suffolk Gillig 9734.jpg 30'X96" DD Series 50 Allison World B-400R 9701-9702, 9711-9714, 9721-9726, 9731-9734
(16 Currently In Service)
1999 Orion Bus Industries Orion 05.503 Suffolk Orion 9918.jpg 35'X102" DD Series 50 Allison World B-400R 9901-9942
(42 Currently In Service)
2000 Gillig Corporation Model 35TB102 Phantom Suburban Suffolk Gillig 2002.jpg 35'X102" DD Series 50 Allison World B-400R 2000-2005
(6 Currently In Service)
2005 Gillig Corporation Model 35TB102 Phantom Suffolk Gilig 5005.jpg 35'X102" Cummins ISL Allison World B-400R 5001-5016, 5021-5034, 5041-5042, 5051-5060, 5071-5081, 5091-5096
(59 Currently In Service)