Travel info – work on the Louis-Hyppolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel


During the major repairs to the Louis-Hyppolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel, the Ministère des Transports is working with all transit service providers to implement public transit mitigation measures that will offer drivers alternative travel options for the remainder of the work. These measures will include the construction of new public transit infrastructure and the addition of services by the STM, RTL and exo.

For more information about the work on the bridge-tunnel

New 822 Longue-Pointe shuttle

The new 822 Longue-Pointe shuttle is a temporary service that will be implemented during weekdays to mitigate the impact of the work on the Louis-H.-Lafontaine Tunnel. This shuttle will service the following: Radisson station, Langelier station, Hôpital Louis-H. Lafontaine, the military base and various businesses in the area such as the SAQ head office.

The shuttle will operate Monday through Friday and pass every 20 minutes during morning, late afternoon and lunchtime rush hours. The shuttle will be in service as of January, 3 2021.

For more information on the 822 shuttle

Radisson terminus redesign

The terminus at Radisson métro station will now have two extra platforms to accommodate the new STM, RTL and exo buses.

To view the mitigation measures of all service providers, visit the Montréal Mobility website

Métro service

When the Louis-Hyppolyte-La Fontaine tunnel is closed, passage to the Longueuil-UdeS station will be offered free of charge to customers of certain RTL (61, 461) and EXO (521, 532) lines.

In the event of increased ridership, the STM may consider enhancing the métro service on the Green, Yellow and Orange lines.

Contact us

For all questions related to the STM mitigation measures, contact us here:

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