Advice for passengers

Ways to view bus schedules

Métro service disruptions


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.



Great for family outings! Children travel free.

Good manners when using public transit

Group travel

Adapted shuttles and fares for affordable group travel

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.

Travelling alone at night

A service for anyone travelling alone or with a child.

Bus and métro occupancy level

This is a useful tool for planning your trips outside of peak periods whenever possible, making it easier to keep your distance from other customers.

Using public transit in winter

In winter, transportation can’t get any simpler and safer than with public transit. So leave the car behind and enjoy peace of mind on your way!

Debit and credit card payment at métro fare booths

Starting February 7, métro station fare booths will accept debit or credit card payment only. Cash payment will still be accepted at fare vending machines.