AZUR ventures out into the tunnel for the first time!
Our buses are equipped with an intelligent system that will simplify your life.
Bus preferential measures (BPM) consist of installations on the road system that ensure priority is given to public transit, thereby improving the reliability and on-time delivery of service, and increasing public transportation’s attractiveness and modal share
STM has started rebuilding its Complexe Crémazie, thereby replacing the vast maintenance shops originally built in 1948. Standing at the intersection of Saint-Laurent and Crémazie boulevards, the facility’s concept will take into account future requirements related to new hybrid and electric bus technologies.
A mobile network is now up and running in part of the Montréal métro, featuring 3G, 4G and 4G LTE state-of-the-art mobile technologies. You can now browse the Web, watch videos, listen to live music, make and receive phone calls and much more, while travelling inside métro cars, tunnels and stations.
A family of new signage tools will gradually be deployed in the Montréal métro system. Its purpose is to make it easier for customers to find their way around while using public transit.
Construction of the Côte-Vertu garage
Our MR-63 métro cars have reached the end of their life. We will gradually remove them from service as new AZUR métro cars are delivered. Find out what options are being considered to determine their fate.
A brand new bus garage is in operation since January 6, 2014.The Stinson centre is located in the Saint-Laurent borough between Stinson and Montpellier streets.