“BECAUSE WE WANT TO COMPEL BUSINESSES TO INNOVATE IN THE AREA OF MOBILITY AS WELL AS PROVIDE A BETTER WORLD FOR OUR USERS.”
The third largest city in Québec, the City of Laval took a major shift with the new 2035 vision known as “Urban by Nature” and the resulting 2020 Strategic Plan. The City wants to promote active and sustainable mobility and, in conjunction with its partners, it must meet certain challenges related to the mobility of people and goods. It hopes to stand out from the rest though innovative solutions, adapted to the issues experienced by its citizens and businesses.
The Société de transport de Laval is recognized nationwide by transportation community players as a high-performing and innovative organization. It stands apart for its proficiency when it comes to innovation and productivity.
For example, the STL is a Canadian leader in real-time information and its reliability and punctuality track record is among the best worldwide.
Since 1972, the Coop des propriétaires de taxi de Laval (Laval Taxi Owners Cooperative) has offered high-quality transportation services. With over 210 vehicles, including 10 adapted vans, the COOP is able to provide a wide range of services. The COOP is the first taxi company to use automated dispatching for paratransit services. It is also a pioneer in the use of an automated system in vehicles.