Transport urbain Granby
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|Service area||urban area|
|Service type||bus service|
(subsidiary of Sogesco)
Transport urbain Granby provides the local bus service in the city of Granby, which is located about 70 kilometres (43 mi) east of Montreal in southwestern Quebec, Canada. Granby is the seat of La Haute-Yamaska Regional County Municipality.
There are three bus routes:
- Bleu (Blue) Route, which travels along Drummond and David-Bouchard Nord to serve the northern part of the city.
- Rouge (Red) Route, which travels along Principale and Denison to serve the eastern part of the city and then loops through the core
- Vert (Green) Route, which travels along La Fontaine and Simmons to serve the western part of the city and then along St Charles through the southern section.
Transfer points between these routes are located downtown at Rue Saint-Jacques/Rue Saint-Charles Sud and Rue Principale/Rue Saint-Jacques and also at Saint-Hubert/Dorian in front of the Granby Zoo.
|Basic Monthly Pass||$50.00|
|Reduced Monthly Pass||$28.00|
- Reduced fares are for students aged 21 or under and for seniors aged 60 or older.
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