Société de Transport de Montréal

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Société de Transport de Montréal
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Info
Transit type Bus
Metro
Paratransit
Taxibus
Number of lines 185 Day Routes
23 Night Routes
10 Taxibus Routes
Number of stations 68
Daily ridership 2,407,000 (2010)
Chief executive Philippe Schnobb
Headquarters 800 De La Gauchetière
Montréal, Québec
Website www.stm.info
Operation
Began operation January 1st, 2002
Operator(s) Société de Transport de Montréal (STM)
Number of vehicles Approx. 1800

The Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) is the main provider of bus service on the island of Montréal. They provide a day and night service, para-transit service and a metro service.

History

The Société de Transport de Montréal took over the operations from the Société de Transport de la communauté urbaine de Montréal which had been operating since June 20th, 1985.

Several other companies existed on the island of Montréal before the Société de Transport de Montréal. From 1861 to 1886, the Montreal City Passenger Railway Company operated of small network of horse-drawn streetcars. In the 1886, the company went though a restructuring and was renamed to the Montreal Street Railway Company and continued to operate using horse-drawn streetcars until 1892 where the first electric tramway was introduced.

The company once again changed its name change in 1893 becoming the Montreal Island Beltline Railway. By 1894, all the horse-drawn cars were removed from service and the network was transferred to a full electric system. Between 1910 and 1911, the company went though 2 more name changes, first the company was renamed Montreal Public Service Corporation followed by the Montreal Tramways Company.

The first buses were put into service by the Montreal Tramways Company in 1919 but only began to be widely used in 1925. In the 1937, the first trolleybuses started to be used on the island of Montréal. By 1939, the Montreal Tramways Company had 929 tramways, 224 diesel buses and 7 trolleybuses and serving about 200 million passengers annually. Over the years, buses continued to replace tramways though most began to start happening in 1951.

In 1951, a law was passed by the provincial government to transfer the management of public transportation in Montréal to a public organization under the name Commission de Transport de Montréal. The CTM retired the last tramway in 1959.

The end of trolleybus service came in 1966, the same year the Montréal Metro opened for the first time to the public. In January 1970, the CTM became the Commission de Transport de la Communauté Urbaine de Montréal to later re-brand itself again in June 1985 to the Société de Transport de la communauté urbaine de Montréal.

The CTCUM began operating regional transit services by expropriation of the private bus company Metropolitain Provincial (1967) Inc. in 1980 but left the market in 1985 to focus on the core territory of the island of Montréal. In 1982, the CTCUM reached an agreement to manage the Deux-Montagnes train service with the Canadian National Railway to continue the operation of the line while the CTCUM and later the STCUM to decide the schedules and fares. A similar agreement was made with the Canadian Pacific Railway to manage the Rigaud train line while CP provided the staff to operate and maintain the trains. On January 1st, 1996 management of the commuter train service was transferred to the Agence Métropolitaine de Transport.

In 2002, the name was changed to Société de Transport de Montréal to reflect the merger of cities on the island of Montréal.

Fare Structure

2015 Fare Structure

Fare Media Ticket Type Validity Period Regular Fare Reduced Fare
6-11 years
65+ years
12-17 years 18-25 years
Regular Cash 1 ticket 120 minutes 3.25 $ 2.25 $ N/A N/A
Montréal-Trudeau Airport Shuttle 24h1 10.00 $ N/A N/A N/A
Magnetic Card2 1 ticket 120 minutes 3.25 $ 2.25 $ N/A N/A
2 tickets6 Each ticket:
120 minutes
6.00 $ 4.00 $ N/A N/A
Group Fare3 120 minutes N/A 16.00 $ N/A N/A
OPUS Card 1 ticket 120 minutes 3.25 $ 2.25 $ 2.25 $ N/A
2 tickets Each ticket:
120 minutes
6.00 $ 4.00 $ 4.00 $ N/A
10 tickets6 Each ticket:
120 minutes
26.50 $ 16.00 $ 16.00 $ N/A
Weekly CAM4, 7 1 calendar week 25.50 $ 15.50 $ 15.50 $ N/A
Monthly CAM6 1 calendar month 82.00 $ 49.25 $ 49.25 $ 49.25 $
4-months CAM6 4 calendar months (consecutive) N/A 189.00 $ 189.00 $ 189.00 $
TRAM 3
(Longueil and Laval Stations)
1 calendar month 129.00 $ 77.50 $ 77.50 $ 103.00 $
Fare Card 1 ticket5, 7 120 minutes 3.25 $ 2.25 $ N/A N/A
2 tickets5 Each ticket:
120 minutes
6.00 $ N/A N/A N/A
Soirée illimitée5 6pm to 5am 5.00 $ N/A N/A N/A
Weekend illimitée5 6pm Friday to 5am Monday 13.00 $ N/A N/A N/A
1-day5 24h 10.00 $ N/A N/A N/A
3-days5 3 consecutive days 18.00 $ N/A N/A N/A

1:Valid on all bus routes and metro lines for 24 consecutive hours
2:Sold at metro stations only
3:Valid for 1 adult and up to 10 children from 6 to 13 years old.
4:Valid from Monday to Sunday, sold from Friday to Thursday.
5:Also available on OPUS card.
6:Not valid at Longueuil and Laval stations.
7:Only available in authorized retailers. Not available for purchase on Occasionelle card in Metro Stations.

Fleet

Current Fleet

Thumbnail Fleet number range Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Remarks
STM 21268.jpg 21-202 to 21-275 2001 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
  • First series to have ZF gearbox.
  • Last series with the Luminator destination sign.
  • Last series with "Police 911" display.
STM 22-389.JPG 22-201 to 22-425 2002 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
  • First series to feature the Balios destination sign.
STM 23-201.JPG 23-201 to 23-239 2003 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
  • First series to have LED rear lights.
STM 24-260.JPG 24-201 to 24-307 2004 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISC ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
STM 25-216.JPG 25-201 to 25-248 2005 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
  • First series to feature the Axion destination sign and fabric insert seats.
STM 26-011.jpg 26-001 to 26-086 2006 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
STM 27-024.jpg 27-001 to 27-030 2007 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP552C
STM 27-534.JPG 27-501 to 27-536 2007 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP554C
STM 28-080.JPG 28-001 to 28-132 2008 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP554C
28-701 to 28-708 2008 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISL EP40
Hybrid System
  • First hybrids ordered by the STM.
  • Units 28-701 and 28-704 have been repainted into the new Mouvement Collectif livery.
STM 29-024.JPG 29-001 to 29-071 2009 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP554C
  • First series to feature the new STM livery.
STM 29-127.JPG 29-072 to 29-156 2009 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP554C
  • First third generation LFS to run with the STM.
  • 29-149 to 156 are equipped with luggage racks are used exclusively on route 747.
STM 29-812.jpg 29-801 to 29-858 2009 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP604C
  • First articulated buses to enter revenue service in Montreal.
  • 29-804 was the very first LFS Artic to operate in September 30, 2009 on route 69 Gouin.
STM 30-142.JPG 30-001 to 30-256 2010 Nova Bus LFS

30-001 to 30-094: Cummins ISL


30-095 to 30-256: Cummins ISL9

30-001 to 30-094: ZF Ecomat 6HP554C


30-095 to 30-256: ZF EcoLife 6AP1400B

STM 30-405.JPG 30-401 to 30-412 2010 Ford Girardin G5 Commercial Bus Ford Power Stroke 6.0L Ford TorqShift 5R110W
  • Exclusively used for Navette Or and Route 212 Sainte-Anne.
STM 30-826.JPG 30-801 to 30-882 2010 Nova Bus LFS Artic

30-801 to 30-851: Cummins ISL


30-852 to 30-882: Cummins ISL9

30-801 to 30-851: ZF Ecomat 6HP604C


30-852 to 30-882: ZF EcoLife 6AP1700B

STM 31-121.jpg 31-001 to 31-237 2011 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL9 ZF EcoLife 6AP1400B
  • 31-001 to 008 are equipped with luggage racks are used exclusively on route 747.
  • The first 25 buses in this series were built and delivered in December 2010.
  • Buses 31-183 and up have a new seat fabric design.
  • 31-237 has a new style of front and rear doors.
STM 31-850.JPG 31-801 to 31-862 2011 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF EcoLife 6AP1700B
STM 32-003.jpg 32-001 to 32-032 2012 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL9 ZF EcoLife 6AP1400B
STM-32401.jpg 32-401 to 32-404 2012 GMC Girardin G5 Commercial Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Navette Or and Route 212 Sainte-Anne.
32-501 to 32-516 2012 GMC Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
STM-32807.jpg 32-801 to 32-810 2013 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF EcoLife 6AP1700B
  • First artics with the new seat fabric design.
33-517 to 33-532 2013 GMC Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
33-828 (A1).jpg 33-801 to 33-845 2013 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF EcoLife 6AP1700B
  • Equipped with Nova eCooling electric fans
  • Turn signal on the mirrors.
34-533 to 34-545 2014 GMC Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
35-546 to 35-558 2015 GMC Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
36-001 to 36-027 2016 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISB 6.7 BAE HDS 200
36-901 to 36-904 2016 Nova Bus LFSe
  • LFSe buses on trial from Nova Bus.
  • In service, Fall 2016.
36-559 to 36-572 2016 GMC Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
52-101 to 52-112 2011 Ford Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus Ford Power Stroke 6.0L Ford TorqShift 5R110W
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
  • 52-106 is the last remaining bus in series.
52-113 to 52-134 2011 Chevrolet Crestline Paratransit Bus GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.
  • 13 Active buses as of 01/09/2016.
74-701 to 74-716 Various Motor Coach Industries J4500 Detroit Diesel Series 60 Allison B500R
  • Leased for 8 months from Autobus Galland for service on 747.
  • Some buses are leased from MCI to Galland to be used on STM Service.

Retired Fleet

Thumbnail Fleet number range Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Remarks
10-450 to 10-599 1970 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5305 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
CTCUM 11-900.jpg 11-900 to 11-909 1971 Western Flyer Coach D700A Detroit Diesel 6V71N Spicer 183
12-101 to 12-106 1970 General Motors Diesel Division S8H-5303A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VS2-8
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-111 to 12-114 1976 General Motors Diesel Division S8M-5304A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VS2-8
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
CTCUM 12-202.jpg 12-201 to 12-206 1973 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-211 to 12-216 1974 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-221 to 12-225 1975 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-276 to 12-294 1963 General Motors Diesel Division TDH-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-301 1975 General Motors Corporation P8M-4905A Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-311 to 12-312 1970 Motor Coach Industries MC-7 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Spicer 183
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-410 to 12-419 1960 General Motors Corporation SDM-5301 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-451 to 12-454 1960 General Motors Corporation SDM-4501 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-455 to 12-457 1962 General Motors Diesel Division SDM-4501 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-500 to 12-514 1964 General Motors Diesel Division SDM-5302 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
12-571 to 12-585 1964 General Motors Diesel Division SDM-5302 Detroit Diesel 8V71 Allison VH9
  • Ex-Metropolitain Provincial
13-910 to 13-999 1971 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5305 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VS2-6
CTCUM 14-009.jpg 14-001 to 14-100 1973 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
15-001 to 15-120 1974 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
CTCUM 16-008.jpg 16-001 to 16-135 1975 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • First model to be painted in blue and white
CTCUM 17-044.jpg 17-001 to 17-135 1975 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
18-001 to 18-135 1976 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
19-001 to 19-135 1977 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
STCUM20040.JPG 20-001 to 20-065 1978 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • 20-029 was rebuilt into a mobile kitchen called the Rechaud Bus run by active and retired STM employees.
  • 20-029 was later sold to private collector in Trois-Rivières.
21-001 to 21-150 1979 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
22-001 to 22-150 1980 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
23-001 to 23-150 1980 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
24-001 to 24-165 1981 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • 24-012, 24-036, 24-052 and 24-096 sold to Société de Transport de l'Outaouais.
  • 24-023, 24-043 and 24-106 sold to Toronto Transit Commission.
  • 24-131 to 24-139 and 24-141 to 24-150 were renumbered 44-131 to 44-139 and 44-141 to 44-150.
  • 24-140 was originally a General Motors Demo with a Turbo engine.
  • 24-151 to 24-165 were originally 25-001 to 25-015.
25-001 to 25-085 1982 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • 25-055 and 25-085 sold to Eastway Refurbishment.
CTCUM 33-002.jpg 33-001 to 33-008 1983 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
41-300 to 41-399 1968 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5305 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Ordered as 5201 to 5300, renumbered before delivery.
41-400 to 41-449 1969 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5305 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Ordered as 5301 to 5350, renumbered before delivery.
42-001 to 42-011 1979 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
42-012 to 42-030 1980 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
43-035 to 43-037 1962 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5301 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Renumbered from 2035 to 2037.
    Renuméroté de 2035 à 2037.
43-038 to 43-039 1964 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5303 Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison VH9
  • Renumbered from 2038 to 2039
    Renuméroté de 2038 à 2039.
44-131 to 44-139
and
44-141 to 44-150
1981 General Motors Diesel Division T6H-5307N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
49-001 to 49-030 1975 Prevost Prestige Detroit Diesel 8V71N Allison HT-740
53-001 to 53-040 1983 General Motors Diesel Division TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
54-001 to 54-060 1984 General Motors Diesel Division TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
FHTCQ 55-001.jpg 55-001 to 55-075 1985 General Motors Diesel Division TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
55-056.jpg 56-001 to 56-075 1986 General Motors Diesel Division TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
59-058hb.JPG 59-001 to 59-059 1989 Motor Coach Industries TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731-D
60-006.jpg 60-001 to 60-079 1990 Motor Coach Industries TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731-D
STM 11003 1991 MCI Classic.jpg 11-001 to 11-100 1991 Motor Coach Industries TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
STM 12009 1992 MCI Classic.jpg 12-001 to 12-101 1992 Motor Coach Industries TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
STM 13-068 funabus.jpg 13-001 to 13-100 1993 Nova Bus TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
  • The remaining bus was retired in December 2011.
  • 13-021 was sold to Benito Driving School in Rivière-Des-Prairies.
STM 14-039 at Dorval Circle.JPG 14-002 to 14-181 1994 Nova Bus TC40-102N] Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
FHTCQ 15-140.jpg 15-001 to 15-140 1994 Nova Bus TC40-102N Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
STM 16-109.jpg 16-001 to 16-180 1996 Nova Bus LFS Cummins C8.3 Allison B400R
STM 17-024.jpg 17-001 to 17-180 1997 Nova Bus LFS Cummins C8.3 Allison B400R
  • 17-078 and 17-176 were equipped with A/C for testing purposes.
STM 18-078.jpg 18-001 to 18-096 1998-1999 Nova Bus LFS 18-001 to 18-072: Cummins C8.3

18-073 to 18-096: Cummins ISC

Allison B400R
  • 18-064 is equipped with A/C for testing purposes.
52-801 to 52-828 2008 Ford Girardin G5 Paratransit Bus Ford Power Stroke 6.0L Ford TorqShift 5R110W
  • Exclusively used for Paratransit Services.

Demonstrator fleet

Thumbnail Fleet number range Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Remarks
RTL 20102.jpg 20102 2003 Van Hool Van Hool AG300 Cummins ISL Voith D864.3E
6112 2003 NFI D60LF Detroit Diesel Series 50 Allison B500R
STM 40-881.jpg 40881 2008 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL Voith D864.5
STM 40882.jpg 40882 2008 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP604C
456-1 2008 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF Ecomat 6HP554C
STM 40-801.JPG 40-801 2011 Irisbus Citélis 18 Hybrid Iveco Tector 6 BAE HybriDrive HDS 300
STM-33999.jpg 33-999 2013 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISB 6.7 EPA 2013 BAE HybriDrive HDS 200
  • Leased from Nova Bus.
  • Nova Bus LFS 4th Generation HEV Demo.

Fleet numbering system

The STM had a unique fleet numbering system. The STM's fleet number go as such.

Classics

  • Between 1983 and 1990: The last number of the first 2 digits was the year. (Example: 53-001 = 1983) and the last 2 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 53-001 = First bus made in this series)
  • Between 1991 and 1995: The 2 first numbers represented the year. (Example: 11-014 = 1991) and the last 2 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 11-014 = 14th bus made in this series)

Nova LFS

  • Between 1996 and 1998: The 2 first numbers represented the year. (Example: 17-014 = 1997)and the last 3 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 17-114 = 114th bus made in this series)
  • Between 2001 and 2005: The 2 first numbers represented the year. (Example: 21-273 = 2001)and the last 2 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 21-273 = 73rd bus made in this series)
  • From 2006 to 2009: The 2 first numbers represented the year. (Example: 27-024 = 2007)and the last 2 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 27-024 = 24th bus made in this series)
  • From 2010 to Present: The last digit of the two first 2 numbers represent the year. (Example: 30-247 = 2010)and the last 3 digits represents the order of when they were manufactured. (Example: 30-114 = 114th bus made in this series)

Notes:

  • 27-5XX Series are late 2007 models with new specs. Therefore 27-514 would be the 14th bus made in that series of buses.
  • 28-7XX Series are Hybrid models. These buses received a 7 before the last 2 digits. Therefore 28-708 would be the 8th bus made in that series of buses.
  • 29-8XX, 30-8XX, 31-8XX 32-8XX and 33-8XX Series are Artic models. These buses received an 8 before the last 2 digits. Therefore 30-882 is the 82nd bus made in 2010.
  • 30-4XX and 32-4XX Series are minibus models. These buses received a 4 before the last 2 digits. These buses are used uniquely for the senior shuttles. Therefore 30-405 is the 5th bus made in this series.

Surface Network

The Société de Transport de Montréal operates a surface network of regular transit buses (Accessible and non-accessible), Minibuses (Navette Or and 251 Sainte-Anne), Paratransit minibuses and a Taxibus service.

Bus Routes

Route Range
10 to 99 100 to 197 200 to 263 350 to 382 401 to 496 709 to 777 and 935
Former Routes
Internal Routes

Garages/Division

Garage Location Status
50 - Stinson 635 Stinson Active
54 - Anjou 8150 Blvd. Larrey Active
55 - St-Denis 6000 St-Denis Active
56 - LaSalle 7700 Saint-Patrick Active
57 - Mont-Royal 2321 Du Mont-Royal Active
58 - Legendre 55 Legendre Active
59 - Frontenac 1612 Rue Du Havre Active
60 - St-Laurent 3000 Guénette Active
62 - St-Michel (Paratransit) 3111 Jarry Est Active
97 - Crémazie Repair Shops 8845 Blvd. Saint-Laurent Active
Namur 5100 Buchan Closed
St-Henri 5621 St-Antoine Closed
Villeray 9068 Henri-Julien Closed

Paratransit Service

The Société de Transport de Montréal operates a paratransit service for people with mobility problems. Service began in April of 1980.

Taxibus Service

Taxibus service is offered in areas where transit is needed, but not sufficiently enough for a regular bus line, regular STM fares apply.

Available Taxibus services:

  • Baie-D'Urfé
  • Île-des-Soeurs
  • Lachine
  • L'Île-Bizard
  • Norman
  • Parc Industriel Lachine/Gare Dorval
  • Phillips Avenue (Senneville)
  • Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue - quartier Sainte-Marie
  • Senneville
  • Technoparc Montréal

Underground Network

The Montreal Métro was introduced to the public on October 14th, 1966.


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