Under the leadership of its president, Ms. France Boucher, the Commission des transports du Québec is a government agency that regulates carriers by its decisions and administrative actions.
Its mission is to increase safe conduct by carriers, to contribute to economic development by promoting a transportation supply that meets the public’s expectations and to support equity in the transportation industry, all from a sustainable development perspective.
The Commission is made up of 11 members, including the president and two vice-presidents. The Commission’s organization chart is available on its website.
Ms France Boucher, President
Ms. France Boucher, who holds a Master of Laws degree and is an attorney, has headed the Commission des transports du Québec since February 11, 2016. Additionally, she has held directorship positions with the Québec government over a period of more than two decades; these have included the roles of Vice-President of the Commission de protection du territoire agricole du Québec, Assistant Deputy Minister for the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications, President and General Director of the Office québécois de la langue française, and President of the Régie du cinéma.
Ms. Boucher has also been active in the transportation field, as the President’s assistant at the Commission des transports du Québec and as legal counsel with the Ministère des transports du Québec’s Legal department.