Shuttle to VIA Rail

Gaspé to Campbellton (round trip)

From June 21 to September 2, 2019, RÉGÎM is offering a brand new shuttle service between Gaspé and Campbellton’s VIA RAIL station (round trip). This additional service will allow people traveling on the train to continue their journey to several municipalities on the south side of the Gaspé Peninsula, or to get to the train from several stops in Gaspésie.

NEW: It will also be possible to book a ticket for a short distance, without necessarily taking the Campbellton train. For example, it will be possible to book a ticket between New Richmond and Chandler or from Grande-Rivière to Gaspé.

How do shuttles work?

A new shuttle service allows travelers to continue their journey to Gaspé, or from one of the stops in the Gaspé Peninsula to the VIA Rail station in Campbellton.

These shuttles are available only upon reservation.

Buy your train and shuttle ticket together on the VIA Rail website or by calling 1 888 VIA-RAIL.

When you buy your VIA Rail train ticket, enter one of the Gaspésie municipalities where the shuttle bus stops, and buy your train and shuttle ticket in one operation.

Please arrive at the stop 20 minutes in advance and have your shuttle and train ticket purchased in advance.

A NEW SHUTTLE FOR THE SUMMER SEASON

The Régie intermunicipale de transport Gaspésie – Îles-de-la-Madeleine is pleased to announce the establishment of a shuttle bus linking the Campbellton train station and the municipalities located on the south shore of the peninsula – between Nouvelle and Gaspé – for the summer season (June 21 to September 2, 2019). This additional service will enable people who travel on board the Ocean train to or from Montreal to make connections all the way to Gaspé.

Synchronized with train schedules, the shuttles will improve the transportation options available to local citizens, but also for the many tourists who visit the region during the summer.

More information about this news.

Note: The information published on this page comes mainly from the website of the REGIM, as well as from the VIA Rail Canada website. We invite you to consult them.

Dernière mise à jour de cette page le Juin 27, 2019 @ 16 h 27 min: