T-12, r. 16 - Bus Transport Regulation

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chapter T-12, r. 16
Bus Transport Regulation
TRANSPORTS — BUS
Transport Act
(chapter T-12, ss. 5, 34, 35.1 and 38.2).
T-12
September 1 2012
DIVISION I
GENERAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING PERMITS
1. Transport of persons by bus or minibus for reward shall require a bus transport permit issued by the Commission des transports du Québec.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 1.
2. For the purposes of this Regulation, buses shall be classified in one of the following 7 categories:
Category 1: a bus built for long-distance public transport and equipped with a baggage compartment, an interior baggage rack, seats with adjustable backs, an air-conditioning system and a toilet;
Category 2: a bus built for long-distance public transport but lacking one or more items listed in category 1;
Category 3: a bus built for urban transport;
Category 4: a bus built on a truck chassis with an engine projecting beyond the passenger compartment and equipped with seats with adjustable backs, an air-conditioning system and a toilet;
Category 5: a bus built on a truck chassis with an engine projecting beyond the passenger compartment but lacking one or more items listed in category 4;
Category 6: a minibus or a bus of reduced size built for the transport of 10 to 15 passengers;
Category 7: a minibus or a bus equipped for the transport of handicapped persons.
Each category shall be considered higher than the following category, except for category 7.
A bus or a minibus does not cease to belong to one of categories 1 to 6 because it is partly equipped for the transport of handicapped persons, provided that the equipment does not have the effect of reducing the initial capacity of the vehicle by more than one-half.
Category 6, as amended by section 1 of O.C. 1849-94, applies only to minibuses built after 26 January 1995. (O.C. 1849-94, s. 13)
O.C. 1991-86, s. 2; O.C. 1849-94, s. 1.
3. No permit shall be required for the following:
(1)  transport of handicapped persons;
(a)  under an agreement between a municipality and a non-profit body organizing a special transport service for handicapped persons under section 48.39 of the Transport Act (chapter T-12); or
(b)  under a contract granted by a public transit authority established under the Act respecting public transit authorities (chapter S-30.01), the Réseau de transport métropolitain, an intermunicipal management board, a municipality or a grouping of municipalities;
(2)  chartered transport of handicapped persons as referred to in subparagraph 1 by the same carrier provided that the latter has signed a contract with his client containing the particulars under subparagraphs 1 and 3 to 9 of section 52 and has sent him a copy thereof;
(2.1)  transport under a contract granted by an institution to which the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) applies for the beneficiaries under the contract;
(3)  all transport of students organized for taking them to or from classes on a daily basis or for allowing them to go home at noon for lunch and provided for by a school board that exercises the duties and powers related to student transportation provided for in sections 291 to 299 of the Education Act (chapter I-13.3) or in sections 431 to 431.8 of the Education Act for Cree, Inuit and Naskapi Native Persons (chapter I-14), for a private educational institution authorized to organize the busing of students under the second paragraph of section 62 of the Act respecting private education (chapter E-9.1);
(3.1)  all other transport of students for educational, sports or cultural activities provided for a school board or a private educational institution referred to in subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, on the condition that a copy of the contract under which such transport is made or a copy of the service order made by that school board or institution is in the bus driver’s possession during such transport;
(3.2)  all transport provided by a school board or by a private educational institution for its students;
(4)  urban or interurban transport under a contract granted by a public transit authority, the Réseau de transport métropolitain, an intermunicipal management board, a municipality or a grouping of municipalities.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 3; O.C. 1032-92, s. 1; O.C. 1849-94, s. 2; O.C. 341-2008, s. 1; S.Q. 2016, c. 8, s. 129; 200-2019O.C. 200-2019, s. 1.
4. A carrier whose main establishment is situated outside Québec and who provides chartered transport in Québec shall be exempted for holding a chartered transport permit where:
(1)  the point of departure and final destination of the chartered trip are situated outside Québec; and
(2)  he is authorized to make the trip in the State or the Province in which the bus is registered.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 4.
5. A school carrier providing chartered transport shall be exempted from holding a chartered transport permit where:
(1)  he has a school busing contract with a school board or a private educational institution exercising the powers conferred upon it by the sections mentioned in subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 3;
(2)  the point of departure of the chartered trip is situated in the territory:
(a)  of the regional board or the school board with which the carrier has a student transportation contract; or
(b)  of the regional board or the school board in which the private educational institution with which the carrier has a student transportation contract is situated;
(3)  (subparagraph revoked);
(4)  the trip is made by a school bus or a school vehicle of the minibus type under the Regulation respecting road vehicles used for the transportation of school children (chapter T-12, r. 17);
(5)  the price is fixed per trip irrespective of the number of passengers; and
(6)  he signs a contract with his client before the trip containing the particulars under subparagraphs 1 and 3 to 9 of section 52 and sends him a copy thereof.
A school carrier whose school busing contract terminates during the months of May, June, July or August shall be exempted from holding the permit up to the following 1 September.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 5; O.C. 1032-92, s. 2; O.C. 1849-94, s. 3; O.C. 781-2004, s. 1; O.C. 341-2008, s. 2.
6. A carrier providing tourist transport shall be exempted from holding a tourist transport permit where:
(1)  tourist transport is by chartered vehicle;
(2)  the point of departure of the chartered trip is 50 km or more from the place or the establishment visited; and
(3)  only the persons in the chartering group benefit from such tourist transport.
A holder of a travel agent’s licence issued under section 11 of the Travel Agents Act (chapter A-10) who obtains a Category 6 minibus transport permit for chartered transport in accordance with the second paragraph of section 12 shall be exempted from the requirement of subparagraph 2 of the first paragraph.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 6; O.C. 671-2001, s. 1.
7. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 7; O.C. 341-2008, s. 3; 200-2019O.C. 200-2019, s. 2.
7.1. A carrier who has a contract with a railway firm shall be exempted from holding a permit for the interurban transport services that he provides to the clients of that firm under that contract, where the following conditions are met:
(1)  the railway transport service must be suspended for more than 7 consecutive days to clear the tracks owing to an accident, or to allow construction work, repairs or maintenance;
(2)  the carrier already holds a permit for an interurban transport service between the municipalities or urban areas located at each end of the route determined in the contract;
(3)  the service provided under the contract is furnished according to the tariff for chartered transport filed by the carrier under section 45, or failing that, according to the tariff contracted with the parties.
O.C. 1032-92, s. 3.
7.2. A carrier who has a contract with a railway firm shall be exempted from holding a permit for the interurban transport services that he provides to the clients of that firm under that contract, where the following conditions are met:
(1)  the railway transport service must be suspended for not more than 7 consecutive days to clear the tracks owing to an accident, or to allow construction work, repairs or maintenance;
(2)  the carrier already holds a permit for an interurban transport service between the municipalities or urban areas located at each end of the route determined in the contract or a permit for a chartered transport service authorizing him to make trips out of a municipality or urban area located at one end of the route determined in the contract;
(3)  the service provided under the contract is furnished according to the tariff for chartered transport filed by the carrier under section 45, or failing that, according to the tariff contracted with the parties.
O.C. 1032-92, s. 3.
8. Where a person is exempted from holding a permit under this Regulation for a service provided under a contract, he shall ensure that a copy or an attestation of the contract is in the driver’s possession during service.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 8.
8.1. Where a permit is required to provide a bus transport service and where that service is provided by a carrier by means of a bus leased from another carrier who also provides the services of a driver, the lessor shall be exempted from holding that permit, but not the lessee, who shall further ensure that a copy of the leasing contract between the two carriers for the bus with a driver is in the driver’s possession during service.
O.C. 1032-92, s. 4.
9. Bus transport permits shall be of one of the following classes:
(1)  urban transport;
(2)  interurban transport;
(3)  airport transport;
(4)  tourist transport;
(5)  student transportation;
(6)  shuttle transport;
(7)  chartered transport;
(8)  experimental transport.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 9.
DIVISION II
ISSUE, RENEWAL AND TRANSFER OF PERMITS
§ 1.  — Conditions for issue
10. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 10; O.C. 1849-94, s. 4; O.C. 781-2004, s. 2.
11. To qualify for a bus transport permit, a person must have a head office, principal establishment or an establishment in Québec.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 11; O.C. 1849-94, s. 5; O.C. 781-2004, s. 3.
12. The Commission shall issue a bus transport permit to a person who applies therefore where it considers that:
(1)  the applicant possesses relevant knowledge or experience for competently carrying out the activity for which the permit is requested;
(2)  the applicant gives evidence of sufficient financial grounding to insure the establishment and the viability of his undertaking;
(3)  the applicant has sufficient human and material resources at his disposal to administer his undertaking efficiently;
(4)  the services for which the applicant requests a permit fulfill needs of the clientele or the population of the territory to be served;
(5)  the projected revenues are sufficient to insure the profitability of the services for which the permit is requested;
(6)  the issue of the permit requested by the applicant is not likely to entail the disappearance of any other bus transport service or appreciably affect the quality thereof.
When screening an application for the issue of a Category 6 minibus transport permit for chartered transport made by the holder of a travel agent’s licence for his customers, within a package including activities and transport, the Commission shall be exempted from applying the criteria set out in the first paragraph if the licence holder meets the following conditions:
(1)  the travel agent’s licence is in effect;
(2)  the licence holder is registered as an operator in the Régistre des propriétaires et des exploitants de véhicules lourds established by section 4 of the Act respecting owners, operators and drivers of heavy vehicles (chapter P-30.3);
(3)  the Commission gave the licence holder a “satisfactory” rating under section 12 of that Act; and
(4)  the holder has the relevant knowledge and experience for the safe operation of a minibus.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 12; O.C. 671-2001, s. 2.
13. Before issuing a permit, the Commission shall take account of any verdict of guilty delivered against the applicant in the 5 years preceding the application, for an offence under the Transport Act (chapter T-12) or the regulations made under it.
No verdict of guilty for which a pardon has been granted may be taken into account.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 13.
14. A bus transport permit may be issued for not more than 5 years.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 14.
§ 1.1.  — Classification
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.1. For the purposes of this subdivision, “classification of permits” means classification of the clauses of permits and the rights they grant.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.2. The Commission shall classify bus transport permits for each permit class and for each carrier if
(1)  a municipality annexes all or part of the territory of another municipality or the territories of municipalities are amalgamated;
(2)  an Act or regulation renders an operating right or certain of its operating conditions null and void or otherwise inapplicable; or
(3)  the Commission considers that a classification of operating rights or of certain of their operating conditions is necessary, for the same carrier, to update and harmonize the rights or conditions with one another or with those of other carriers.
The Commission must indicate at the time of the classification the new name of the municipality and, if any, the division of its territory into boroughs.
“Operating conditions” means the routes, schedules, frequencies, classes of vehicles and other conditions, including restrictions, established by the Commission on the issue of the permit confirming the operating right.
For the purposes of section 14.2, the Commission takes into account the existence of any municipality reconstituted within the meaning of section 3 of the Act respecting the exercise of certain municipal powers in certain urban agglomerations (chapter E-20.001). (O.C. 341-2008, s. 17)
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.3. If one of the permits being classified was issued before 30 September 1987, the Commission may include in the same classified permit only comparable operating rights to which similar or incidental operating conditions are attached.
Despite section 15, a permit that classifies all or part of an operating right confirmed by a permit issued before 30 September 1987 is renewed on an annual basis in accordance with section 37.1 of the Act.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.4. The Commission may fix the term of a classified permit so that it corresponds to the latest date of the operating rights confirmed by the former permits being replaced if the Commission issues, for the first time, a permit that classifies only the operating rights under bus transport permits issued on or after 30 September 1987.
A permit that classifies all or part of operating rights confirmed by permits issued on or after 30 September 1987 is issued in accordance with section 14 for a maximum period of 5 years.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.5. Every bus transport permit having been classified is replaced as soon as the decision under which the classified permit is issued becomes effective.
The Commission’s decision issuing a classified permit must identify the former permits it replaces.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
14.6. The Commission shall make public the guidelines it establishes to classify bus transport permits.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 4.
§ 2.  — Renewal and transfer
15. A bus transport permit may not be renewed according to the procedure prescribed in section 37.1 of the Transport Act (chapter T-12).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 15.
15.1. An expired permit referred to in section 37.1.1 of the Transport Act (chapter T-12) may be reinstated in accordance with that section for any of the following reasons:
(1)  the permit holder died within 60 days immediately preceding 31 March;
(2)  the sole shareholder of the transport company holding the permit died within 60 days immediately preceding 31 March;
(3)  the permit holder was hospitalized for a continuous period of 15 days immediately preceding 31 March due to an accident or an illness;
(4)  the sole shareholder of the transport company holding the permit was hospitalized for a continuous period of 15 days immediately preceding 31 March due to an accident or an illness.
O.C. 1849-94, s. 6.
15.2. Where the Commission receives an application for the reinstatement of a permit for a reason not provided for in section 15.1, the reasons for its decision shall include its assessment of the following elements:
(1)  the justification for the delay in submitting the application;
(2)  the duration of the period for which the permit was not used.
O.C. 1849-94, s. 6.
16. Sections 10 to 13 apply where a person applies for the renewal of a permit or its transfer to himself.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 16.
§ 3.  — Conditions attached to permits
17. When issuing, renewing or transferring a permit, the Commission shall indicate its duration and shall determine the places that the licence holder is authorized to serve, the routes, schedules and frequency of the trips he is authorized to make, the capacity and the category of the bus he is authorized to use, the clientele of his service, as well as other operating conditions and restrictions attached to his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 17.
18. Where any change occurs in the name of the holder of a bus transport permit or in the address of his domicile, head office or establishment, he must so inform the Commission in writing within 15 days of such change.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 18.
18.1. Where the Commission becomes aware that all the territories of at least 2 municipalities have amalgamated or a municipality has annexed all the territory of another municipality, the Commission must, on the basis of the new municipal territory, identify the places where a bus transport permit of the “chartered” class authorizes service.
The Commission must as soon as possible send a new certificate replacing the former certificate to every holder of a bus transport permit of the “chartered” class.
For the purposes of section 18.1, the Commission takes into account the existence of any municipality reconstituted within the meaning of section 3 of the Act respecting the exercise of certain municipal powers in certain urban agglomerations (chapter E-20.001). (O.C. 341-2008, s. 17)
O.C. 341-2008, s. 5.
19. The holder of a bus transport permit shall ensure that a certificate of the permit, a copy of that certificate or a copy of the decision of the Commission is in the driver’s possession during service.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 19; O.C. 1032-92, s. 5.
20. The holder of a bus transport permit shall inscribe his name and permit number on each bus he uses.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 20.
21. The rates and tariffs of bus transport permit holders shall be governed by the procedure of filing prescribed by the Regulation respecting tariffs, rates and costs (chapter T-12, r. 14).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 21.
DIVISION III
SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR EACH CLASS OF PERMIT
§ 1.  — Urban and interurban transport
22. The holder of an urban transport permit is authorized to provide service only within the territory of the municipality specified in his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 22; O.C. 341-2008, s. 6.
23. The holder of an interurban transport permit is authorized to provide service only between 2 municipalities specified in his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 23; O.C. 341-2008, s. 7.
23.1. A permit for interurban transport service may not be maintained if all the territories of the municipalities indicated have been amalgamated.
Where applicable, the Commission may, on its own initiative or at a permit holder’s request, issue to the permit holder a replacement urban transport permit. The Commission may subject the permit to operating conditions within the meaning of the second paragraph of section 14.2.
O.C. 341-2008, s. 8.
24. During a trip, the holder of an urban or interurban transport permit may add buses only in order to accommodate an excess number of passengers.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 24.
25. The holder of an interurban transport permit is also authorized to transport parcels and baggage, provided that such transport does not constitute door to door parcel service.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 25.
26. The holder of an interurban transport permit shall ensure that the parcels he transports do not exceed a unit weight of 50 kg or a volume of 0.450 m3.
He shall also ensure that parcels are placed in the sections of the bus specially equipped for such purpose.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 26; O.C. 1849-94, s. 7.
§ 2.  — Airport transport
27. The holder of an airport transport permit is authorized to provide service for the transport of persons between 2 airports or between an airport and places specified in his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 27.
28. An airport transport permit for a national or an international airport may be issued or renewed where the applicant has signed a contract with the authorities of that airport and he has forwarded a copy thereof to the Commission.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 28.
29. Sections 25 and 26 apply, with the necessary modifications, to the holder of an airport transport permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 29.
§ 3.  — Tourist transport
30. The holder of a tourist transport permit is authorized to provided sightseeing tours on routes, to places and according to schedules specified in his permit.
Where the tariff for a tourist transport service is fixed per vehicle, the Commission shall specify on the permit the minimum period of time required to cover a route rather than a schedule.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 30.
31. The holder of a tourist transport permit shall ensure that a guide accompanies tourists along the entire route to inform them about the points of interest to be seen.
The bus driver may serve as guide.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 31.
§ 4.  — Student transportation
O.C. 1991-86, Sd. 4.
32. The holder of a student transportation permit is authorized to serve the school and the student population specified in the permit according to the schedule indicated therein.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 32.
§ 5.  — Shuttle transport
33. The holder of a shuttle transport permit is authorized to provide, to the clientele specified in his permit, regular transport for activities shared by that clientele to places specified in the permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 33.
34. Where the holder of a shuttle transport permit has a contract with a firm or organization to set up such a service, he shall supply the Commission with a copy of that contract with his application for a permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 34.
§ 6.  — Chartered transport
35. The holder of a chartered transport permit shall ensure that the driver, during each chartered trip, has a copy of the contract for that trip in his possession on which the mention of the price of the trip may be stricken out.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 35; O.C. 1849-94, s. 8.
36. The holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized to make trips for the exclusive transport of groups of persons, provided that such service is not repeated in such a way as to constitute a bus transport service of another class.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 36; O.C. 1032-92, s. 6.
37. The holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized to use only the category of bus specified in his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 37.
38. The holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized to make trips:
(1)  from a place specified in his permit to any destination;
(2)  from a place that no holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized to serve under his permit to any destination;
(3)  (subparagraph revoked).
The Commission must communicate the contact information of the permit holders authorized to serve a municipality or make it available to every person who so requests.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 38; O.C. 341-2008, s. 9.
39. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 39; O.C. 341-2008, s. 10.
40. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 40; O.C. 341-2008, s. 10.
41. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 41; O.C. 51-88, s. 1; O.C. 341-2008, s. 10.
42. In addition to trips authorized under section 38, every holder of a chartered transport permit may make trips from Pierre Elliot Trudeau International Airport
(1)  to a place specified in the holder’s permit; and
(2)  to any other place if at least one of the overnight stops is made at a place specified in the holder’s permit.
The first paragraph does not operate to authorize service in the territory of Ville de Dorval or the territory of other municipalities in the “Montréal” zone established in Schedule 1.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 42; O.C. 1849-94, s. 9; O.C. 341-2008, s. 11.
43. A chartered transport permit that authorizes service in the territory of a municipality in a zone established in Schedule 1 also authorizes its holder to serve the territory of all the municipalities in the zone.
Where applicable, the Commission must indicate on the permit certificate the name of the authorized zone.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 43; O.C. 341-2008, s. 11.
44. During a trip, the holder of a chartered transport permit shall ensure that at least 75% of the passengers board the bus at places specified in his permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 44.
45. The holder of a chartered transport permit shall file with the Commission tariffs for each category of bus he intends to use.
The tariffs may vary according to the facilities made available to passengers, except for those in categories 1 and 4 of section 2.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 45.
46. The tariffs per trip for chartered transport service shall be fixed on an hourly or daily basis or according to mileage, irrespective of the number of passengers.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, a trip may be the subject of a tariff whose basis varies from one day to the next.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 46; O.C. 1849-94, s. 10.
47. The holder of a chartered transport permit shall calculate the price of a trip from the point of departure thereof.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 47; O.C. 341-2008, s. 12.
48. Notwithstanding section 46, the holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized to make chartered trips according to a per passenger tariff when he acts as a trip organizer.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 48.
49. The holder of a chartered transport permit shall provide a bus of the category requested by the client or of a higher category at the same price.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 49.
50. Where the holder of a chartered transport permit is unable to comply with a client’s request, he shall inform the client that he is entitled to apply to another holder authorized under section 38 to provide the requested service, if there is one, or to any other holder of a chartered transport permit.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 50; O.C. 1032-92, s. 7.
51. The holder of a chartered transport permit is authorized, at the request of another holder, to resume a trip begun by the latter if his bus becomes inoperational during the trip.
If the bus used as a replacement is in a higher category, the holder is not entitled to increase the price of the trip.
If it is in a lower category, the holder is entitled to reduce the price of the trip in relation to the remaining distance to be covered or to the time required to cover that distance, as the case may be.
If the price is calculated at an hourly rate, the holder shall in no case take into account any waiting time owing to the breakdown of the bus.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 51.
52. The holder of a chartered transport permit shall, before a trip, sign a contract with his client that includes the following particulars:
(1)  his name and address;
(2)  his permit number;
(3)  the name and address of the client;
(4)  the category of bus;
(5)  the date of the trip and the time it will take to complete;
(6)  the point of departure and the destination of the trip;
(7)  the number of passengers to be picked up at each place;
(8)  the number of kilometres to be covered;
(9)  the price of the trip.
The holder shall give a copy of the contract to his client.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 52.
52.1. Sections 3, 7 to 8.1, 11, 38, 42 to 44 and 50 do not apply to the holder of a chartered transport permit whose principal establishment is situated outside Québec and who is authorized under that permit to make trips from an international airport situated in Québec, where
(1)  the trip is made in performance of a contract concluded by the holder and by a travel agent;
(2)  a copy of the contract remains in the vehicle for the duration of the trip; and
(3)  the final destination is situated outside Québec.
O.C. 1849-94, s. 11; O.C. 341-2008, s. 13.
52.2. Sections 3, 7 to 8.1, 11, 38, 42 to 44 and 50 do not apply to the holder of a chartered transport permit whose principal establishment is situated outside Québec and who is authorized under that permit to make trips for which the point of departure is situated outside Québec and the final destination is situated in Québec.
O.C. 1849-94, s. 11; O.C. 341-2008, s. 14.
§ 7.  — Experimental transport
53. The Commission is authorized to issue an experimental transport permit to a person who submits an application therefore together with a document authorizing an investigator of the Commission or of the Ministère des Transports to be present at tests and to evaluate them.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 53.
54. To qualify for an experimental transport permit authorizing the testing of new equipment, the applicant shall already hold a bus transport permit and file a certificate of mechanical inspection issued by the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec certifying that the vehicle used conforms to the Highway Safety Code (chapter C-24.2).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 54.
55. To qualify for an experimental transport permit authorizing the testing of a new transport service, the applicant shall demonstrate that the new service is not covered by any category of bus transport set out in paragraphs 1 to 7 of section 9.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 55.
DIVISION IV
TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL
56. (Omitted).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 56.
57. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 57; O.C. 341-2008, s. 15.
58. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 58; O.C. 341-2008, s. 15.
59. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 59; O.C. 341-2008, s. 15.
60. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 60; O.C. 341-2008, s. 15.
61. (Revoked).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 61; O.C. 341-2008, s. 15.
62. The General Order respecting the minimum amount of insurance to be carried by permit holders authorized to transport passengers (R.R.Q., 1981, c. T-12, r. 8) is revoked.
O.C. 1991-86, s. 62.
63. (Omitted).
O.C. 1991-86, s. 63.
ZONES FOR CHARTERED TRANSPORT SERVICE
Montréal Zone: Baie-D’Urfé (66112), Beaconsfield (66107), Côte-Saint-Luc (66058), Dollard-Des Ormeaux (66142), Dorval (66087), Hampstead (66062), Île-Dorval (66092), Kirkland (66102), Montréal (66023), Montréal-Est (66007), Montréal-Ouest (66047), Mont-Royal (66072), Pointe-Claire (66097), Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (66117), Senneville (66127) and Westmount (66032).
Québec Zone: Ancienne-Lorette (23057), Québec (23027) and Saint-Augustin-de-Desmaures (23072).
O.C. 1991-86, Sch 1; O.C. 1849-94, s. 12; O.C. 341-2008, s. 16.
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O.C. 1991-86, 1987 G.O. 2, 24
O.C. 51-88, 1988 G.O. 2, 674
S.Q. 1988, c. 84, s. 721
O.C. 1032-92, 1992 G.O. 2, 3462
O.C. 1849-94, 1995 G.O. 2, 32
O.C. 671-2001, 2001 G.O. 2, 2652
O.C. 781-2004, 2004 G.O. 2, 2562
O.C. 341-2008, 2008 G.O. 2, 1191
S.Q. 2016, c. 8, s. 129
O.C. 200-2019, 2019 G.O. 2, 451