Rimouski is a small city on the coast of the St. Lawrence River. It can be considered as the university city of the eastern Quebec. Unfortunately, from a traveler's point of view, Rimouski is often viewed as a stop on the way to Gaspé Peninsula. However, there are many interesting things to see in the region.
VIA Rail  train station located near downtown. Eastbound train arrives at 1:30am and Westbound train arrives at 1:50am.
Rimouski-Forestville Ferry Seasonal ferry service to Forestville on the CNN Evolution. A catamaran ferry that holds the title of fastest ferry in the province of Quebec.
Riviere-du-Loup/Saint-Simeon Ferry The MV Trans-St-Laurent provides seasonal ferry service from April to January. Travellers are advised to contact the ferry agency directly for more accurate schedule details.
Matane/Baie-Comeau-Godbout The MV Camille-Marcoux is a government run ferry providing service to Baie-Comeau and Godbout on the north shore of the St-Lawrence River with 4-6 departures daily year round. Vehicule reservations are required.
- National Rent-a-Car
- Bleu Pelican
Taxi 418-723-3344, There is one taxi company in Rimouski, they are very clean and easy to call.
Public Transit Public transit in Rimouski is minimal.
- Taxi-Bus  Is a taxi that picks up and stops at designated stops (like a city bus) but must be reserves an hours before with a membership card.
- CiteBus  Is the developing public bus system.
The region of Bas-Saint-Laurent is not as touristic as Gaspé Peninsula, so speaking a bit of French can help you very much.
The Université du Québec à Rimouski is renowned for its courses in oceanography and in marine biology.
Drive further to Gaspé Peninsula!