Some tips and instructions when you take the bus
Here are some helpful tips when planning your bus trips and doing it in an economical and efficient way.
The RTL offers persons with limited mobility different travel options. We invite you to visit the Paratransit services section on this website where you will find a wealth of information.
Finding the schedule and the route that you are looking for
- Refer to the Services section to know more about the type of services we offer
- Use our Trip Calculator to plan your trips
- To find a Schedule, a Map your Itinerary or the Stops Schedule, choose a bus line and a date in the menu bar at the top of this page and click on the corresponding icon
- Get one of our schedule-map pamphlets by downloading it using the menu bar at the top of this page or at either the Longueuil Terminal or at the Downtown Terminal
- View the RTL’s complete map to find all the information you need on our services as well as the bus routes serving the entire Longueuil agglomeration
- If there is no bus route close to your home, there might be a shared taxi
- Please contact Customer Service should there be any other information you were unable to find on this website
Warning: our schedules change on Holidays.
Finding the RTL
Paying for your trip
In between bus stops
In order to assure the safety of a person traveling alone in the evening, RTL bus drivers are authorized to drop off that person between two bus stops.
It is up to the bus driver’s judgment to use this safety measure.
Sharing the road with our buses
To improve road safety for everyone, the Réseau de transport de Longueuil has a few tips about sharing the road with buses.
The blind spots on a bus are the areas outside of the driver’s field of vision. Buses have blind spots at the front, at the rear, and on the sides.
Buses need a lot of room to make a right turn. The bus driver has to move all the way to the left before turning right, and drivers who try to pass a bus on the right risk getting trapped between the bus and the curb. It’s best to always stay behind a bus.
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For more information, visit the SAAQ website.