Southeastern Québec Page


The southeastern region of Quebec covers the area of southern Québec that is east of Montreal, including the Monteregie, the Eastern Townships and the Centre of Quebec.  There are a few cities in this area large enough to support transit systems.  Sherbrooke, about 90 minutes east of Montreal, is the largest of these cities.  Other cities include Drummondville, about 90 minutes northeast of Montreal, where Autoroute 20, the main Montreal-Québec City highway, meets Autoroute 55, which connects Sherbrooke and Trois-Rivières; Granby, about halfway between Montreal and Sherbrooke; and St-Hyacinthe, about halfway between Montreal and Drummondville.  Follow the links below to see pictures of buses in southeastern Québec.


Société de transport de Sherbrooke (42 photos)


Commission de transport de Drummondville (17 photos)


Ville de St-Hyacinthe (11 photos)


Autobus Granby Inc. (6 photos)