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The future of transportation lies in electric vehicles. With the aim of reducing GHG emissions and improving the quality of life of citizens, the STL is gradually converting its fleet of vehicles to electric vehicles and fitting up its infrastructures.
In 2020, the STL started planning to expand its transportation centre. This project, estimated at over $235 million, is the largest of the STL’s history. Some 19,000 m2 of space would be added to the current facilities, i.e., the space needed to accommodate an additional 145 fully electric buses. The new 20 MW electrical entrance to be installed is equivalent to four times the power used to operate the Bell Centre. Bathed in natural lighting, this new work space will be an invigorating environment that will instill pride and showcase the talent and values of the STL and its workers.
Purchased the first 100% electric 40-foot bus in Canada
Purchased hybrid buses only
Announced a project to develop electric buses with range extenders
Opened a call for tenders for the purchase of 10 slow-charge electric buses
Purchased Quebec’s first 100% electric slow-charge city bus with 250 km of range
Start using 10 new electric buses
Open a new garage for electric buses
Purchase electric buses only
100% electric bus fleet
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|Address||900 St-Martin Blvd
|Intersection||Industriel bldv and Michelin st
industriel and michelin
|Postal Code||H7S 1Y9