Québec.ca is a new platform with the goal of simplifying access to all government content.
The content of the theme Transports has not yet been reviewed and is therefore not yet accessible on Québec.ca. Here is a list of the main services connected with this theme.
- Accreditation Program of Establishments Analyzing Heavy Vehicle Emissions (PDF)
This document indicates, by administrative region, the list of establishments accredited to attest compliance by a heavy motor vehicle with emission standards.
- Airfare Reduction Program
The objective of this program is to enable residents of certain outlying and isolated regions of Québec to travel at reduced cost, for personal reasons or when accompanying a patient who requires healthcare services, through a partial refund of their airfare.
- Electric Circuit
This online service enables you to determine the location and rates for electric vehicle charging stations.
- Estimating Road Distances
It is possible to estimate the travel time and distances between different locations in Québec, whether they are accessible through the road network or through regular ferry services.
- Fichier central des sinistres automobiles
This public database enables you to instantly obtain a copy of your file for automobile claims over the past six years.
- Vehicle Registration
Here is all the information you need about registering a vehicle in Québec, from cars to trailers, to road trains to scooters.
- Québec 511
This portal enables you to plan road travel throughout Québec. For example, it gives access to information on the state of the road network, road distances, traffic cameras and service areas.
- SAAQ – online services – citizens
The services offered pertain to driving in Québec. For example, you will find complete information on driver’s licences, vehicle registration and compensation for traffic accidents.
- Signalement sur le réseau routier (in French only)
Use this website to submit a comment, report an incident or an animal on the road network, file a complaint, request information or submit a claim for damages.
Last update: October 9, 2020