An analysis of the area from Old Québec to Old Cap Rouge, bordered on the north by the heritage route Grande Allée/chemin Saint-Louis, and on the south by the St. Lawrence River. This shows that there are sufficient heritage sites of both primary and secondary importance to enhance the Québec City cultural tourism experience and prolong the stay of foreign tourists by one night.
Potential economic spin-off evaluated at $200 million yearly, with possible revenue from provincial and federal taxes of $60 million, and the creation of about 2,000 jobs.
Such a circuit would help increase the influx of shopping customers to Cartier, Maguire, Campanile and St. Felix streets.
The Cape to Cape project would create a sustainable collective wealth.