Quebec City Tramway

Quebec City launches its request for proposal in order to acquire its rolling stock

-- Original French Version Below --Quebec City, April 13 2022. Following the request for qualification for the acquisition of its rolling stock and the approval by the council of ministers of the Quebec Government, qualified bidders can now submit their proposal starting today.Qualified bidders are now invited to consult and study the detailed documentation, containing over 2000 pages that presents the requirements…

Transfer Hubs (Pôles d’échanges)

Acting as the main interaction point between bus routes and the tramway, transfer hubs will play a significant role in integrating the tramway to the existing network throughout the city. They are built to encourage active transportation and offer a safe and comfortable waiting area for passengers.As part of its tramway line, the city will have 5 transfer hubs throughout…

Rolling Stock

Quebec City has created a specific set of requirements for its rolling stock, in order to integrate it in the city's environment and character. This results in a rolling stock that will be heavily customized and, at this time, does not have a definitive manufacturer. Once the Request for Proposal (RFP) is completed, we expect to get more information as the manufacturer gets…

Quebec City Tramway - A Discussion on the Currently Proposed Project - January 2022

Download This Track Quebec City Tramway - A Discussion on the Currently Proposed Project - January 2022 Quebec City is actively working towards building a state-of-the-art Tramway system through the city. It will operate from Le Gendre to D'Estimauville (West to East). The proposed line will have 28 stations, be 19.3km in length and feature a downtown underground tunnel of…