S-30.01 - Act respecting public transit authorities

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83. A transit authority may provide services adapted to the needs of mobility impaired persons or enter into a contract for the provision of such services with any carrier, any owner of an authorized automobile within the meaning of paragraph 1 of section 9 of the Act respecting remunerated passenger transportation by automobile (chapter T-11.2), any operator of a transportation system authorized under that Act or any service association comprising such owners.
Where the services are intended for handicapped persons, a contract under this section is not subject to a formal awarding procedure. However, unless such services are provided by bus or minibus, only a taxi within the meaning of section 144 of that Act may provide such services for a transit authority. In addition, the members of the board of directors of a transit authority may unanimously request the entreprise registrar to constitute, by letters patent, a non-profit legal person having as its primary object the operation, on behalf of the transit authority, of transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons. The transit authority may also, if all the members consent thereto, enter into a contract with a non-profit legal person whose primary object is to provide transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons.
At least one member of the transit authority shall sit on the board of directors of a legal person referred to in the second paragraph and the transit authority shall assume any operating deficit.
2001, c. 23, s. 83; 2002, c. 45, s. 701; 2019, c. 182019, c. 18, s. 265.
83. A transit authority may provide services adapted to the needs of mobility impaired persons or enter into a contract for the provision of such services with any carrier, any taxi permit holder or any service association comprising such holders.
Where the services are intended for handicapped persons, a contract under this section is not subject to a formal awarding procedure. In addition, the members of the board of directors of a transit authority may unanimously request the entreprise registrar to constitute, by letters patent, a non-profit legal person having as its primary object the operation, on behalf of the transit authority, of transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons. The transit authority may also, if all the members consent thereto, enter into a contract with a non-profit legal person whose primary object is to provide transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons.
At least one member of the transit authority shall sit on the board of directors of a legal person referred to in the second paragraph and the transit authority shall assume any operating deficit.
2001, c. 23, s. 83; 2002, c. 45, s. 701.
83. A transit authority may provide services adapted to the needs of mobility impaired persons or enter into a contract for the provision of such services with any carrier, any taxi permit holder or any service association comprising such holders.
Where the services are intended for handicapped persons, a contract under this section is not subject to a formal awarding procedure. In addition, the members of the board of directors of a transit authority may unanimously request the Inspector General of Financial Institutions to constitute, by letters patent, a non-profit legal person having as its primary object the operation, on behalf of the transit authority, of transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons. The transit authority may also, if all the members consent thereto, enter into a contract with a non-profit legal person whose primary object is to provide transportation services adapted to the needs of handicapped persons.
At least one member of the transit authority shall sit on the board of directors of a legal person referred to in the second paragraph and the transit authority shall assume any operating deficit.
2001, c. 23, s. 83.