Gaspé is accessible via route 132, tourist route which surrounds the Gaspé peninsula. You can also take route 198, via Murdochville.
In addition, the City of Gaspé has more than 100 km of municipal roads.
Gaspé has an airport and a 4500-foot landing strip. Several daily connections with Montreal and Quebec are offered, in less than three hours. A route between Gaspé and the Magdalen Islands is also available. To book your flight, you can go to the Air-Canada airline page, which offers daily connections with Quebec and Montreal.
With the port of Sandy-Beach, 2nd largest natural deep water port in the world, the port of Rivière-au-Renard, first in importance in terms of the landing of marine products, Gaspé is without a doubt a maritime city with enormous potential!
The City of Gaspé and the Gaspé region are served by rail infrastructure going to Gaspé. Owned by the Ministère des Transports du Québec since 2015, the railway requires investments in order to upgrade it and thus fulfill its transportation mission for passengers and goods. In May 2017, the Quebec government announced an investment of $ 100M to return the rail to Gaspé!
The City of Gaspé has a collective transportation service on its territory, allowing its citizens and visitors to be transported throughout the city's territory. For more information, visit the website of the Régie intermunicipale de transport de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine!