STM launches a public artwork competition for McGill station
Professional artists in Quebec are invited to submit their applications no later than October 8, 2021, at 4 p.m.
Professional artists in Quebec are invited to submit their applications no later than October 8, 2021, at 4 p.m.
In the usual order, Mr. Luc Tremblay, Chief Executive Officer of the STM, M. Philippe Schnobb, Chair of the STM Board of Directors, Mme Valérie Plante, Montréal mayor Valérie Plante, and M. Eric Alan Caldwell, City of Montréal executive committee member responsible for mobility- Photo credit : Louis-Étienne Doré, photographer
On August 23, the Société de transport de Montréal will reopen Côte-Vertu station, closed since May 29 for the installation of a track switch ahead of the station. Installing this switch will allow us to increase train frequency by up to 25% on the Orange line at peak periods.
Route changes to lines 460 Express Métropolitaine and 100 Crémazie, effective August 23.
The swearing in of the first unit of special constables with Marie-Claude Léonard, Executive Director of the Metro network, and Jocelyn Latulippe, Director of Safety and Control.
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project office is announcing that the work in Laval will be completed by the end of July.
Participants travelled a total of 39,000 kilometres, a distance equivalent to 580 times the length of the Société de Transport de Montréal’s métro network.
Corporate Knights, a magazine focused on sustainability, has included again this year the STM in a select group of Canadian enterprises that stand out thanks to their exemplary responsible practices. In a ranking released today, the STM is ranked twelfth among the Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada. The STM is the only passenger transportation enterprise to make the list.
The STM proudly annouces that it will bgein testing on a new electric minibus for paratransit.
La STM et la Fabrique culturelle s'allient, dans le cadre de la campagne Montréalité, pour inciter les Montréalais à partir à la découverte de leurs stations de métro, tellement artistiques!
Series of measures to encourage the use of public transit
The STM is showing its support for the Habs by deploying on its network a bus specially made up for the occasion.
La CNESST ne recommande plus le port du masque de procédure pour les chauffeurs de bus de la STM lorsqu'ils sont au volant.
Professional artists in Quebec are invited to submit their applications no later than July 5, 2021, at 4 p.m.
"The STM: Sooo Montréal" campaign is launched this week
STM teams recently finished equipping the full métro network with automated external defibrillators (AED) after several weeks of installation work. The defibrillators are operational and ready for use.
The STM is pleased to announce that, starting today, L’Itinéraire magazine vendors will be returning to selected métro stations for a pilot project.
Appointment of Mr. Éric Alan Caldwell as a member of the board of the STM
The STM will be undertaking preparatory work on the Blue line extension in the Lacordaire/Jean-Talon area and invites citizens, businesses and other concerned invididuals to be prepared.
In collaboration with the City of Montréal, the STM is launching a new summer outreach campaign to encourage better bus-bike road sharing
The STM, with the support of Canada Running Series (CRS), is launching its very first Défi STM to entice Montrealers to go out more, explore their city and use public transit..
La STM profite de la Semaine de la santé mentale soulignée du 3 au 9 mai 2021 pour faire un rappel de quelques ressources existantes.
The STM, the OBM, the SDS and the SPVM are reporting positive results for the 2020-2021 winter plan announced last fall - Photo credit : Mission Old Brewery/Christian Blais
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project will continue in the Pie-IX Boulevard/Jean-Talon Street area, with the construction of a pedestrian tunnel connecting the Pie-IX BRT and the future métro station of the Blue line extension.
Two virtual information sessions will be held in 2021
The Board of Directors of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is aware of the unique nature of the images that are being shared of the intervention that took place at Jean-Talon station on April 17 and responds to the concerns expressed by the public by calling on Marco Gaggino, a lawyer specializing in police ethics, who will act as an independent expert to support the STM. The latter will audit the preliminary conclusions of the internal investigation.
The STM would like to make several clarifications in light of the recently uploaded video showing an intervention by security and enforcement inspectors that occurred on Saturday, April 17 at Jean-Talon station. As is often the case with these types of videos, the footage does not depict the event in its entirety and excludes the events that led to the intervention.
As part of the Côte-Vertu garage project, the Société de transport de Montréal must close Côte-Vertu station from May 29 to August 22, inclusive, in order to install a track switch ahead of the station. This switch will increase train frequency by up to 25% on the Orange line at peak periods. Mitigation measures will be implemented to minimize inconveniences caused by the station closure.
À compter de lundi le 12 avril, la STM requerra de ses chauffeurs de porter le masque de procédure lorsqu’ils sont au volant, à la demande de la CNESST.
Following the adoption of the document by the Board of Directors, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is marking the end of a truly extraordinary year with the publication of its 2020 Annual Report. The Report details three major crises: the out-of-service bus issue, the COVID-19 pandemic and the October cyber attack on the company.
This considerable acknowledgement is the culmination of 33 years of persistent efforts to recruit and retain a diverse workforce - On the photo : Alain Brière, Executive Director, Human Resources at STM - Photo credit : Pamela Lajeunesse/CDPDJ
La STM salue la contribution de Peter Trent aux travaux de son conseil d'administration et au transport collectif en général.
A a playlist as a fun way to remind its customers of how the bus and métro networks have always inspired Montrealers and brightened their days
Our new vision aims to build a rapport between our inspectors and our customers and allow inspectors to do more to improve the quality of customers’ trips - From left to right: Pénélope Toupin, Inspector, Anick Lavoie, Inspector, Jocelyn Latulippe, Director, Security and Control, Philippe Schnobb, Chair of the STM Board of Directors, and Francis Turmel, Inspector. Crédit photos : Mission Old Brewery, Christian Blais
In spring 2022, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin construction on a new mechanical ventilation station at the corner of Richelieu and Sainte-Marguerite, in the Sud-Ouest borough. In order to open a dialogue on the project with the local community, the STM will hold a public consultation beginning March 30.
Since today marks a year of lockdown in Quebec, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) wanted to commemorate all the work done by its employees, who remained on the job to provide ongoing public transit service in Montréal.
The STM invites its client to join the global movement and say "thank you" to its bus drivers and métro operators on the Transit Driver Appreciation Day on March 18.
On Quebec’s first National day of remembrance for victims of COVID-19, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will pay homage to the memory of the victims by stopping all métro trains at 1 p.m. for a moment of silence. A message of sympathy will be played on loudspeakers in the métro network and on STM buses.
Pineapple juice powered buses? Customer opinions are no joke! Today, the Société de transport de Montréal is launching a new ad campaign to recruit customers to sign up for the My voice my STM panel and share their opinions on public transit in Greater Montréal.
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project office will begin phase 3 of the project on March 22.
Automated external defibrillators will be installed in all métro stations over the following weeks.
STM employees and retirees once again showed incredible generosity during the annual fundraising campaign.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has reached a new milestone in its plan to add 300 buses to its fleet with the completion of expansion work on the Legendre bus garage, which will soon house 56 of the new buses.
An invitation for the clientele to take part in a virtual celebration beginning tomorrow
The STM implements a naming committee for the blue line extension, tasked with proposing names for the future stations of the extended section.
Bus and métro networks and paratransit service will remain accessible and the STM will maintain its service offer during the new lockdown period beginning on January 9.
The STM applauds the authorization of a $671.4 million loan by-law alllowing the complete electrification of the four first bus garages.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is announcing the commissioning of the Sauvé/Côte-Vertu bus rapid transit (BRT) service for mid-December.
With the support of Bell, Rogers, TELUS and Vidéotron, the STM has improved the commuter experience and created the largest digital indoor network in Canada
To reconnect with its customers in their daily life, the STM has launched a one-of-a-kind holiday season contest.
Orange line occupancy levels now available
Reserved lane for buses and taxis, starting November 30
Joint measures with community partners to ensure better management of public spaces during the 2020-2021 winter period Photo credit : Mission Old Brewery/Christian Blais
Further to the notice of default issued on November 13, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is terminating its contract with EDT GCV Civil s.e.p., comprised of EBC Inc., Dragados Canada Inc. and Groupe TNT Inc., as part of the Côte-Vertu garage project.
The STM is proud to announce that it has received GOLD Parity Certification from the Women in Governance organization.
With the first snow practically at our doorsteps, the Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) reminds its customers of the importance of planning their trips in the colder months when service disruptions are more common.
With the support of external experts, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has completed its internal investigation of the ransomware cyber attack that occurred on October 19.
The STM gives a sneak peek on an important worksite ongoing at the Stinson bus garage for the electrification of the bus network.
On November 25, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will start work at Place-Saint-Henri station for the installation of two elevators to make it accessible.
In the interest of responsible project management, the STM has decided to issue a notice of default to EDT GCV Civil s.e.p., comprised of EBC inc., Dragados Canada Inc. and Groupe TNT Inc., the companies currently performing excavation, concrete and backfilling work as part of the Côte-Vertu garage project.
The STM welcomes the recommendations contained in the report of the Blue line commission and unveils its action plan.
In the midst of the pandemic, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is releasing its $1.5B 2021 budget, centred on the challenge of relaunching public transit in Montréal, and its 2021-2030 Capital Expenditures Program, with which it plans to invest an amount of $18B.
The STM reiterates its commitment to safety for all in the context of the pandemic by adopting a new program put forward by the north-american transportation industry.
Reserved lane for buses and taxis on Langelier Boulevard, between Dumesnil Street and Sherbrooke Street East, in both directions, starting November 23, 2020
As of November 6, the two elevators connecting the green line to the Berri-UQAM station will be in operation after two years of work.
The lane will be operationnal on November 9
A new campaign by the STM aims at the small minority of clients who do not wear their face-covering or mask in the right way.
Starting in November 2020, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin a major refurbishment of Outremont station, and install three elevators to make it universally accessible.
This initiative aims in particular to align the service offered with the completion of major public transit projects
The lane will be implemented on October 5
La Société de transport de Montréal (STM) s’est fièrement démarquée au prestigieux concours d’affaires Les Mercuriades, présenté par la Fédération des Chambres de commerce du Québec, en remportant le prix Stratégie de développement durable, grande entreprise.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin accessibility work at D’Iberville station on October 19.
The STM invites any individuals who will be affected by the Northwest Attachment Centre project to participate in the public consultation that will take place in a few weeks.
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project office is entering an important work phase this month—the construction of a pedestrian tunnel connecting the BRT to the future métro station of the Blue line extension, at the corner of Pie-IX Boulevard and Jean-Talon Street.