Ville de Baie-Comeau

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Ville de Baie-Comeau
Transport en commun
Logo villeBaieComeau.png
Number of routes 1
Annual ridership (approx.) 63,000 (2015)[1]

Ville de Baie-Comeau provides public transportation between the different districts of the city of Baie-Comeau, Québec. Bus service (operated by Autobus Manic Inc.) commenced in 1992.[2]


  • Operated by Autobus Desjardins Inc. from March 8, 1968 until August 1983.
  • Operated by Autobus du Littoral Inc. from August 1983 until circa 1988.
  • Service was abandoned circa 1988.
  • Service restarted in December 1992 and operated by Autobus Boulay Inc.



Map & schedule

The circuit serves Saint-Sacrement, Monseigneur-Bélanger, N.-A.-Labrie and Trudel districts in Hauterive community, and La Chasse, Saint-Nom-de-Marie, Sainte-Amélie and Saint-Georges districts in Baie-Comeau community, stopping at major industrial complexes, health, education and employment services. The bus runs continuously on an hourly schedule between eastern and western districts, except between noon and 1 P.M.[4]


Fare Cash 10-ticket booklet Monthly pass
Adult $3.50 $33.00 $80.00
Student & Senior (65+) $2.50 $23.00 $55.00
Children under 5 Free


number range
Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Seating Miscellaneous notes
14050-? Baie-Comeau 14050-a.jpg 2014 GMC




External Links


  1. "Baie-Comeau veut améliorer son transport collectif", Radio-Canada, May 2nd 2016,
  2. Wyatt, D. A. "Baie-Comeau" in Transit History of Québec Communities (A-K), [[1]], page retrieved May 14th, 2016.
  3. Wyatt, D. A. "Baie-Comeau" in Transit History of Québec Communities (A-K), [[2]]
  4. Ville de Baie-Comeau. Transport en commun : horaire,, page retrieved May 14th, 2016.