PEP-Laval Intensive Graduate School in Development Economics 2014

 

 

   

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Transportation

Jean Lesage International airport



By Air
Lesage International Airport
Orleans Express
Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau Airport
Air Canada

By Train
VIA Rail offers direct service to Quebec along the Windsor-Toronto-Kingston-Montreal corridor, as well as from Ottawa. The Montreal-Quebec City service runs several times a day, but less frequently on Saturdays and Sundays. The trip from Montreal takes about 3 hours, from Ottawa about 6 hours, and from Toronto about 8-10 hours. A one-way ticket from Montreal is about $55, and from Toronto it is about $150, including taxes.

By Car
If you take highway 20
Take the 312-N exit to merge onto route 73 northbound, (Pierre Laporte bridge) and then take exit 134-E to merge onto route 175 (Boulevard Laurier). You will see Laval  

By Bus

The Ste-Foy bus station is located at 3001 Chemin des Quatre-Bourgeois. It is easily accessible by city transit and is the closest to s student residences.

The Gare du Palais bus station is located at rue de la Gare du Palais, close to the old port of Quebec and next to the train station. Orleans Express offers services province-wide.

City buses:

Please consult the RTC route planner (French only) to build your city bus itinerary in Quebec City. Routes 800 and 801 will drive you easily and rapidly between s student residences and Old Quebec.

 

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