More reasons to try the regular system

Investing in tomorrow’s system

We are gradually improving our facilities to meet our users’ needs. The métro network now includes 14 universally accessible stations. By the end of the year, the Bonaventure station will be accessible from the street level thanks to the addition of elevators. You can track changes in our network’s accessibility on the stm elevators web page.

Newly accessible station on the Green line

Located in the eastern part of the city, Honoré-Beaugrand station is now universally accessible, thanks to the addition of elevators.This is the second fully accessible station on the Green line, after Lionel-Groulx. As of next year, Viau and Berri-UQAM stations on the Green line will be equipped with elevators.

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Wheelchair users who get on at Honoré-Beaugrand station can access the Orange line by transferring at Lionel-Groulx station.

Berri-UQAM station’s Green line platforms are not currently equipped with elevators. However, the station’s Orange line platforms are accessible from street level.

Free for your travel companion

On the regular system, your travel companion rides free-of-charge upon presentation of your OPUS Transport adapté (paratransit) card.

Espace client booths

These customer service points are accessible from opening to closing time of the métro stations where they are located, seven days a week. They are situated near the turnstiles. Seven of them are now accessible, including the one at Honoré-Beaugrand station.

If you want to replace a defective or lost OPUS card, just go to one of our seven Espace client booths, where you can be issued a new card in a matter of minutes. That means you don’t have to call Customer Service for a replacement card and wait for it to be mailed to you.

See our Espace client web page for a full list of Espace client booths.

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