Advice for passengers

5 ways to view bus schedules

Tools to stay informed during service disruptions

Here are the tools we have created to guide you and help you plan your trips during service disruptions.

Visitors

Use public transit to explore Montréal.

65 and over

A photo ID OPUS card is required to be eligible for the reduced fare for those 65 and over.

An alternative to waiting in line

Find out more about OPUS à l'année and OPUS en ligne, and put an end to waiting in line!

Animals

Animals can ride free as long as certain conditions are met.

Bicycles

Families

Great for family outings! Children travel free.

Group travel

Adapted shuttles and fares for affordable group travel

List of fare booth closed

Consult the list of stations that summarizes where fare booths are closed and the schedules for fare booths that are open irregular hours.

Riding together - Make it better!

Riding together makes it better especially when you take your paper out with you, hold on to your cell phone to avoid dropping it, let others exit before entering and call for help in case of emergency.

Testing - Boarding bus via all doors

Testing boarding through all doors on 121 Sauvé/Côte-Vertu, 139 Pie-IX and 439 Express Pie-IX bus lines.

Transit shelters

The digital shelters allow you to consult bus timetables, to view a detailed map of STM's bus and métro system and to pinpoint your location in the city.

Travelling alone at night

A service for women travelling alone at night.

Using public transit with a mobility aid

If you use a mobility aid, like a cane, walker or walking frame, you can now ask the driver to extend the front or rear access ramp so you may board the bus more easily.

Got the roadwork blues? See our solutions

Is your patience wearing thin at the sight of all these roadway construction sites? Learn more about the improvements to bus and métro service that make it easier for you to travel to downtown Montréal.

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