COVID-19: new measures in place in métro stations
The STM announces the suspension of non-essential activities in métro stations
The STM announces the suspension of non-essential activities in métro stations
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) wishes to inform the media that from now on it will provide updates on the condition of employees who have received a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis. It will do so in two ways, depending on the level of risk assessed by the Direction de la santé publique (DSP
The STM provides an update on service adjustments to the bus, métro and paratransit networks
La STM réitère qu’elle se fait un devoir depuis le début de la crise du COVID19 de consulter et de suivre les consignes dictées par la Direction nationale de la santé publique.
A driver based at the Lasalle bus garage has tested positive for COVID-19.
Given the current context surrounding COVID-19, the STM will be decreasing its bus and métro service as of March 30, 2020.
The next public meeting of the STM’s Board of Directors, taking place on April 1, will only be accessible via webcast.
The STM wants to remind everyone that the métro and bus networks remain open and are operating normally. The risk of transmission on public transit remains low.
Over the next three days, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will run a campaign encouraging customers to purchase their monthly passes in advance and avoid having to wait in the particularly long lines expected on Monday, March 2.
The exceptional measures implemented by the STM over the past few months to ensure that an optimal number of buses are on the road every morning have significantly improved the situation.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is launching a recruitment campaign aimed at hiring approximately 500 drivers and to replenish its bank of candidates.
The STM invites the community to participate in a public consultation on the extension of the blue line.
The STM's new long-range electric bus successfully underwent testing in winter conditions.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has a zero tolerance policy regarding intimidation and verbal abuse of its employees. The Act Respecting Occupational Health and Safety also requires that the STM take all the necessary measures to safeguard the health and ensure the safety and integrity of all workers.
Alors que la STM poursuit son plan pour recevoir les 300 bus hybrides promis par la mairesse pour 2020, ce qui constitue un défi de taille pour notre entreprise, l'entreprise désire s'adresser directement à ses clients et employés.
The STM awards the contract for the architectural design of the two remaining stations on the blue line extension: "Les Architectes FABG" are mandated to design Viau station while "STGM + Daoust Lestage Architectes en consortium" will be responsible for Lacordaire station.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will carry out major work at McGill station from mid-February 2020 to spring 2022.
Here’s some good news for STM customers to start the year: We have already received 32 of the 300 hybrid buses expected to arrive in 2020 and an average of 30 vehicles will continue to be delivered per month.
The "Prehistorics" campaign is back this winter.
En vue de consolider le changement de culture organisationnelle amorcé dans le cadre du PSO 2025 et dans la foulée des enjeux de la livraison du service bus, les changements suivants sont apportés à la structure organisationnelle de la STM.
La STM soutient l’Agenda Montréalais 2030 pour la qualité et l’exemplarité en design et en architecture et salue la vision, la démarche et les objectifs qui y sont présentés.
During the Holiday season, the STM offers options to make its client’s life easier, with the Family outings program and the métro open all-night long on December 31.
The STM reiterates its commitment to deploy 50 buses to support the REM mitigation measures, as of January 6, 2020.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is adding a new page to its website featuring daily bus service updates.
Today, the STM is launching two competitions for the creation of artworks that will be installed in the Montréal métro’s Préfontaine and Villa-Maria stations.
Jean-Drapeau station is now equipped with elevators, making it the first station on the Yellow line, and the 16th in the métro network, to be universally accessible.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM), in the presence of Montréal Mayor Valérie Plante, has released its 2020 Budget, valued at almost $1.6 billion, and its 2020-2029 Capital Expenditure Program, featuring investments of $17.8 billion. Both the Budget and Capital Expenditure Program are indicative of the STM’s context of growth and focus on improving customer experience.
New reservation-only shared taxibus service in the Highway 40 area of Rivière-des-Prairies
New shared taxibus service at the parc Jean-Drapeau during winter time starting November 25, 2019
Over the past few months, the STM has implemented a series of concrete actions to support an organizational transformation that will eventually allow it to increase its maintenance capacity and deliver the bus service promised to its customers.
STM's paratransit customers can now receive an imminent arrival message of their vehicle thanks to EXTRA Connecte.
The STM received at the Stinson bus garage the first of its 30 new long-range electric buses, manufactured by New Flyer. Another step towards the electrification of the surface network!
Pour célébrer les 100 ans de bus à Montréal, la Société de transport de Montréal (STM) dévoile une programmation originale qui culminera en une journée portes ouvertes dans un centre de transport pour bus.
The elevator from the Blue line to Jean-Talon station is now in operation.
A first contract for the design of three stations of the Blue line extension has been awarded by the STM to architectural firms « Lemay Bisson Fortin Architectes en consortium » and « ACDF Architecture ».
The STM is embarking on its largest development phase since the métro construction of the 1960s. With this background, that is the background for the STM to launch a major image campaign, as of today, under the theme “Setting big ideas in motion.”
Implementation of a reserved lane for buses and taxis on Gouin Boulevard as of October 21, 2019
The STM encourages the population to be kind to the environment by using public transit during the climate march this coming September 27.
Dans le cadre des Journées de la culture, la STM invite les férus d'histoire à monter à bord pour une activité spéciale!
In an effort to facilitate public access to the STM board, the STM announces that it will now be possible to ask members of the STM Board of Directors questions electronically.
Following recent service disruption awareness campaigns, métro riders' efforts, combined with those of the STM, have contributed to a 17 % decrease in métro stoppages related to customers.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is making two more stations on the Green line universally accessible. Work to add elevators will begin in October at Angrignon and Jolicoeur stations.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is very proud to be one of the three finalists for the PMI-International Project of the Year Award for its project to acquire the AZUR metro cars. The purpose of this award is to give international recognition for excellence in project management.
Upcoming opening of a reserved lane for buses and taxis on Papineau Avenue
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is partnering with the first Jalon Mobility Awards, which aim to reward creativity and innovation in mobility, by creating the Coup de pouce STM award.
New enhanced bus service on line 25 Angus
As a mitigation measure for the Pie-IX BRT project, we will implement a temporary reserved lane for buses and taxis on Bourbonnière between Sherbrooke Street and Rosemont Boulevard in the borough of Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie as of August 14.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is making two more stations universally accessible. Work to add elevators will begin in September at Préfontaine station on the Green line and Villa-Maria station on the Orange line.
The STM welcomes today’s renewed support from the federal and provincial governments for the extension of the Blue line. The STM, with its project office, has already been working for months to complete the preliminary steps.
This evening, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) Board of Directors extended the contract of Chief Executive Officer Luc Tremblay, CPA, CA, to December 31, 2022.
The STM has begun gradually installing new validation equipment on its buses to improve boarding.
The STM is pleased with the agreement in principle between the Quebec government and the City of Montréal.
Reception and acceptation of the 54th AZUR train
Le métro de Montréal a été reconnu aujourd'hui à titre de site historique national de génie civil par la Société canadienne de génie civil (SCGC).
La STM est heureuse d'être associée au Folk Fest sur le canal, qui débute aujourd'hui, et facilite les déplacements des festivaliers avec l'appui de nos partenaires en mobilité intégrée, BIXI, Communauto, Netlift et le Bureau du taxi.
Service enhancement to the 25 Angus line as of June 17, 2019
Service enhancement to the 496 Express Victoria line as of June 17, 2019
The STM once again is included in a select group of Canadian enterprises that stand out thanks to their exemplary responsible practices
After being closed for eight months for major renovations, Beaudry station will reopen as planned on June 3. The work should be completed by March 2020, according to the original schedule.
As the STM is considering installing straps on the grab rails in AZUR métro cars, selected customers panel will be able to test it.
The STM, Publicis and Michèle Deslauriers, the voice of the métro, are working together again this spring to reduce métro service disruptions with the #namaSTM campaign.
Improved bus service in the Mercier-Est area to come this summer
Following this decision to obtain the designation of special constable for STM inspectors, the STM will implement a permanent monitoring committee and will hire an independent exper to advise and guide it through the change in status.
The STM unveils today the Mouvement orange, an initiative aiming to improve public transit in Montréal in the busiest area of the métro, with various measures for the bus and métro networks.
The reserved lane for buses, taxis and carpools on Côte-Vertu Boulevard, between Hervé-Saint-Martin and Montée de Liesse will be operational starting May 13, 2019
Residents and workers in the Île-des-Sœurs area who did not get a chance to participate in the public consultation may do so during one month through an online survey as of May 1st.
Journalists are invited to attend the procedure.
The STM launches today a new phase of its recruitment campaign
Titled Repenser demain : le mot d’ordre de 2018, the STM Annual Report provides a complete profile of the year 2018.
At its meeting on April 3, the Board of Directors of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) approved major investments of $1.633 billion for its métro network. Budgets are allocated as follows: $805.5 million to replace métro stationary equipment as part of phase 5 of the Réno-Systèmes program, $504.0 million for the refurbishment of métro infrastructures as part of phase 3 of the Réno-Infrastructures program and $323.3 million for the addition of elevators in 12 stations for phase 2 of the métro Accessibility program. These investments will take place from 2020 to 2025.