Combined mobility

A new approach to transportation

The concept of combined mobility promotes a smart combination of individual means of transportation (walking, cycling, driving) with collective modes (bus, métro, taxi, shared taxibus, carpooling and car sharing) for your mobility needs.

Combine bus, métro cycling and car sharing, an economical, efficient and environmentally-friendly solution to your mobility needs.


Use your OPUS card to access Communauto vehicles

Your OPUS card allows you to easily and quickly access all Communauto vehicles. For cars available without a reservation (service Auto-mobile), OPUS is even mandatory!

To take advantage of this option, register your OPUS card in your Communautoaccount. Afterwards, simply slide your OPUS card over the card reader on the driver's side of the windshield to unlock the door and disarm the ignition locking device. 

For more information, to go Communauto

Passeport Mobilité

A gift of sustainable mobility to new condo buyers

Fully aware of the trend toward sustainable mobility, the STM has chosen to be a partner in the Passeport Mobilité program to promote the use of other modes of transportation as alternatives to car use among the general public. 

Learn more about the Passeport Mobilité program.

Taxi industry

With the help of our partners in the taxi industry, cars are also part of the mix!

Contrary to what you might think, taxis are not the STM’s competitors. The services offered by Montréal taxi companies add to the mix of alternative modes of transportation. For this reason alone, taxis deserve to be included in our transportation cocktail. But there’s more!

The participation of the taxi industry allows us to better serve our clients. With their help, the STM is able to offer a shared taxibus service in ten areas where the low population density makes a bus service impracticable. The collaboration of taxi companies also contributes to our paratransit program. In fact, taxis are used for 88% of paratransit trips.

So we can say without hesitation that taxis are also part of our “Society in Motion.”

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