About us


MOBI-O, the transportation management center of Gatineau and the Outaouais region, is a non-profit organization (NPO) which has at heart the mission to advocate for the development, the implementation and the promotion of solutions concerning sustainable mobility. In order to achieve its mission’s goals, MOBI-O offers two types of services, which are complementary to each other. These services can be used by businesses, institutions, communities and any other organization which generates many transportation needs.

  1. expertise-advice and accompaniment services in transportation management
  2. Coordination and implementation services of projects related to sustainable mobility awareness




MOBI-O has the main objective of offering expertise-advice and solutions on transportation issues to businesses, institutions and communities within the territory of the Outaouais and Abitibi-Témiscamingue regions.

Since its creation in 2012, MOBI-O

  • Develops proven tools and services which ease business travel;
  • Encourages and supports employers to implement concrete actions related to sustainable transport;
  • Helps employers promote their initiatives to their employees, their clients and the public;
  • Contributes to reducing the number of solo drivers by encouraging the use of viable transportation means such as collective transportation, walking, cycling, carpooling and carsharing.


MOBI-O offers its services to employers and organizations situated within the territory of the City of Gatineau. However, MOBI-O also fulfills mandates, on a larger scale, outside of the city limits, within the regions of Outaouais and Abitibi-Témiscamingue.


Your enterprise or your organization does not figure on our territory of intervention ?

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Know that there are six different transportation management centers in the province of Quebec ! You may consult the website of the Association des centres de gestion des déplacements du Québec (ACGDQ) to find the transportation management center in your region.

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Since it was created, MOBI-O has undertaken numerous actions in order to integrate the regional associative sector and to develop pertinent partnerships within the fields of transport, environment, health and business.

Major partners

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Other partners and collaboraters

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Our team

MOBI-O’s team is composed of various ressources who specialize in the fields of sustainable transport, environmental awareness and project management.

Permanent team members


Project Manager in Sustainable Transport
(819) 205-2085 extension 102

Défi sans auto solo; Bike to work month; Local mobility plans; Integrated mobility plans for schools; À pied, à vélo, ville active; Clients’ mandates

Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences, Specialized in International Development and Globalisation, University of Ottawa (2008-2011)
Master’s Degree in Environmental Management, University of Sherbrooke (2013-2014)

Marion Maurin
Project Manager in Sustainable Transport
(819) 205-2085 extension 104

À l’école à pied ou à vélo, je suis capable!; Bike to work month; Clients’ mandates

Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Ecology and Evolution, University of Montpellier (2011-2014) Master’s Degree in Environmental Management and Integrated territorial biodiversity management, University of Sherbrooke (2014-2016)

Communications specialist
(819) 205-2085

Défi sans auto solo; Communications and Social Media
Bachelor’s Degree spcialized in Public Relations, University of Ottawa (2014-2017)

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Project Officer in Sustainable Transport
(819) 205-2085 

À l’école à pied ou à vélo, je suis capable!; Bike to work month; Clients’ mandates

Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies,
University of Sherbrooke (2013-2016)



MOBI-O was founded following the elaboration of the Stratégie de gestion des déplacements pour Gatineau et sa région (SGDG) which was realized between the years 2008 and 2010 by the City of Gatineau the Société de Transport de l’Outaouais, Vivre en ville and AECOM.

In fact, the SGDG had then recommended the creation of an organizational structure which specializes in transport management, adapted and specific to the context of Gatineau. The creation of the Transportation Management Center of Gatineau (TMC) was made possible thanks to the financial support of the Ministère du transport du Québec via the Programme d’aide gouvernementale aux modes de transport alternatifs à l’automobile (PAGMTAA).

Thus, in September 2012, MOBI-O opened its doors and became the first ever expert-adivsor in Gatineau specialized in the transport sector. It responded to the necessity of taking action towards :

  1. Sustainable development
  2. Changing the transportation habits of the population