Drummondville Transit

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Commission de transport de Drummondville
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Founded 1987
Headquarters 415, rue Lindsay
Locale Drummondville, Quebec
Service type bus service, taxibus
Routes 5
Website Transport en commun

The Drummondville Transit Commission (la Commission de transport de Drummondville (CTD)) is responsible for public transportation in the city of Drummondville in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec, Canada.

The system consists of five regular bus routes which operate every half-hour on Routes 1, 2, 3 & 4 and once an hour on Route 5, Monday through Wednesday from 7 am to 7 pm and on Thursday and Friday from 7 am to 10 pm. On the weekend the frequency on all routes is hourly and the buses run on Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm and Sunday from noon to 6 pm.[1]

Bus routes[edit]

All routes operate out of the main downtown bus terminal at Des Forges and Lindsay Streets.

  • 1 - Downtown to Drummondville-Sud, along Boul. Mercure (provides service to Hôpital Sainte-Croix)
  • 2 - Downtown to Drummondville-Nord, along Boul. St-Joseph (provides service to the CEGEP and several large shopping centres)
  • 3 - Downtown to Drummondville-Nord, along Boul. Des Pins
  • 4 - Downtown to Quartier St-Jean-Baptiste (provides service to the CEGEP)
  • 5 - North-South route from Drummondville-Nord (Promenades Drummondville) to Saint-Nicéphore (Place Charpentier)

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