Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
|Area served||Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, QC|
|Fleet size||43 buses|
|Number of routes||12|
|Annual ridership||1,753,965 (2012)|
Public transportation in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Luc, Iberville, Saint-Athanase, and L'Acadie is operated by Transdev. The service is known simply as Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu on the buses.
The transit system was formed as the Conseil intermunicipal de transport du Haut-Richelieu in 1997. Groupe Viens had operated the transit system under contract since its inception.
In January 2004, the system became an OMIT eventually simply displaying the city's name and logo as part of their livery.
In August 2004, Veolia Transport, then known as Connex, acquired Groupe Viens. It was renamed Groupe Connex GVI and then Veolia Transport Québec in 2006. Veolia and Transdev merged in 2011, forming Veolia Transdev which by early 2013 was shortened to Transdev.
Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu operates seven routes, including one taxibus route.
|10 Ligne Bleue|
|20 Ligne Jaune|
|30 Ligne Orange|
|40 Ligne Rouge|
|50 Ligne Vert|
|96 A E L S|
Following the merger of Veolia and Transdev in 2011, the buses operated by Veolia were renumbered in line with Transdev Limocar's system.
NOTE: not all buses are listed.
|40 Foot Buses|
|Greater Montréal Agencies|