Mobile apps

Delete the app bearing our logo

If you still have it on your mobile device, we suggest that you delete it, then choose a new App to stay informed while you're on the move!

Real time at your fingertips!

Should you walk or run to your bus stop? Make smart decisions while you’re on the move thanks to bus schedules in real time available with mobile apps.

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For iPhone
For Android

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Working with all the developers

Many transit apps already use our open data to create reliable tools that perform well and are capable of quickly responding to your evolving mobility needs.Discover them all  in this gallery.

You still have the application bearing the color of the STM on your mobile phone? Do not forget to remove it from your device, then download one of our partner apps

Mobile site

The mobile site provides the same information as the classic site but is adapted to the majority of mobile devices. There's no need to install your iPhone or Android app to access it.

m.stm.infoNew! Visit our beta mobile site to access real-time bus schedule


Receive bus schedules by text message 1

Dial 52786 (LASTM), then enter your bus line number and bus stop code in the message box (separate the bus line number from the bus stop code with a space).

For example:

You’re at a bus stop at the corner of boulevard René-Lévesque and Beaver Hall (bus stop code 52627) and you want to know at what times the next eastbound 435 Express du Parc/Côte-des-Neiges buses will arrive.

  • Enter call sign 52786 (LASTM).
  • In your message, enter the bus line number (435) followed by the bus stop code (52627).
  • The reply SMS will show the arrival times of the next three buses on that line at your stop.

Métro service alerts 1

Receive alerts about métro service disruptions lasting more than 10 minutes by email or SMS text messaging.

You can filter the alerts by selecting the time periods and métro lines of greatest interest to you.

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  1. Your telecommunications service provider may bill you for data transmission over its network: standard messaging fees and other charges may apply. Check with your provider and subscribe to a package, if necessary.
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