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Learn more about the improvements to bus and métro service that make it easier for you to travel to downtown Montréal.

More bus service for better access to the métro

Did you notice? He now have more than 175 additional bus departures, during weekday rush hour, for improved access to the métro system:

 37-Jolicoeur

Stops at Angrignon, Jolicoeur, De l’Église, Vendôme stations

 51-Édouard-Montpetit

Stops at Snowdon, Université-de-Montréal, Édouard-Montpetit, Laurier stations


 58-Wellington

 Stops at LaSalle and De l’Église stations

 71-Du Centre

Stops at Charlevoix, LaSalle and Lionel-Groulx


 103-Monkland

 Stops at Villa-Maria station

 105-Sherbrooke

 Stops at Vendôme station


 107-Verdun

 Stops at Bonaventure station

 112-Airlie

 Stops at Jolicoeur station


 113-Lapierre

 Stops at Angrignon station

 168-Cité-du-Havre

 Stops at McGill station


 406-Express Newman

 Stops at Angrignon station

 411-Express Lionel-Groulx

 Stops at Lionel-Groulx station


 491-Express Lachine

 Stops at Lionel-Groulx station

 495-Express Lachine/Lasalle

 Stops at Angrignon station


 496-Express Victoria

 Stops at Lionel-Groulx station

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Plan your route with the help of our trip calculator on the home page of our website.

Downtown in 20 minutes? Yes, it’s possible!

How long would you need to travel to downtown, say all the way to Bonaventure station? The following are a few examples that should convince you to try the métro!

ORANGE LINE 
From Du Collège station: 18 minutes
From Namur station: 16 minutes – incentive parking lot 
From Vendôme station: 7 minutes

GREEN LINE
From Angrignon station: 20 minutes - parking lot with 733 spaces
From Jolicoeur station: 16 minutes
From LaSalle station: 12 minutes
From Charlevoix station: 10 minutes

An additional train is running on the Green line to serve you better.

  New bus stops at Du Canal train station

We serve the new Du Canal station along the Candiac commuter train line :

90 – Saint-Jacques ( East / West timetables)

191 – Broadway/Provost ( East / West timetables)

195 – Sherbrooke/Notre-Dame ( East / West timetables)

356 – Lachine / Montréal-Trudeau / Des Sources (links to East / West timetables)

Bus arrival times are approximate.  

Check train schedule

Mobility Montréal

Here is a message of our partner, Mobility Montréal

Consult the accessibility page for more info on the external medias.

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Tips and advice

The bus and métro are new to you? Here are a few tips and advice to quickly learn about our public transit system:


     

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