STM launches public consultation in Westmount sector
To gain insight into the public transit needs of Westmount residents
To gain insight into the public transit needs of Westmount residents
Work on the future métro station located at the intersection of Pie-IX Boulevard and Jean‑Talon Street East will begin in a few months, and changes will be made to Le Boulevard shopping centre to accommodate this major construction site and better meet the needs of customers.
Following the release of the provincial government’s 2023–2024 budget, the STM welcomes the $400 million emergency funding announced for public transit as an average of 916,000 trips in its network per work day last week,
In collaboration with Transit, the STM is rolling out a new tool for viewing current detours in the bus network.
The identified expense reduction measures will not affect the service offering.
This agreement marks a new era of collaboration and another step in plans to extend the Blue line to Galeries d’Anjou
The STM is announcing changes to its executive committee to ensure focus on its primary mission.
Today, the integrated Pie-IX BRT project office is launching a new call for tenders for the construction of the Notre-Dame section of the Pie-IX BRT that extends the service between Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue and Notre-Dame Street East.
Ludovic Boney, Jocelyne Alloucherie, Alain Paiement, Marc Séguin and Nadia Myre are the five artists chosen to provide public artworks for the blue line extension.
La vice-première ministre et ministre des Transports et de la Mobilité durable, Mme Geneviève Guilbault, et la mairesse de Montréal, Mme Valérie Plante annoncent un investissement de plus de 565 M$, pour améliorer le service dans le métro de Montréal. Ces sommes serviront à doter la ligne bleue d’un nouveau système de contrôle des trains.
A record year for métro network accessibility with 6 stations made accessible.
The shuttle will serve four metro stations on the green line, before continuing on to the nine targeted health care establishments.
Two new elevators are commissioned at Angrignon station.
The two transit agencies have a history of collaboration dating back to the creation of the Montréal métro. Now, they have signed an agreement to facilitate knowledge-sharing on electrification.
All restrictions on intercity travel have been lifted since December 3rd.
The STM is launching a call for tenders for the construction of the tunnel of the blue line extension.
The STM is releasing its 2023 and 2023‑2032 Capital Expenditures program.
These stations are the 22nd and 23rd fully accessible stations in the métro network.
Given the popularity of its famous holiday sweater, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is releasing a special collection of holiday items that lovers of puns and public transit will truly enjoy.
Montréal often hosts large-scale events, and as the central mobility hub in the city, the STM will be ready for COP15—a major event that reflects our values.
Continuing the Mouvement bus 2025 vision, the STM will be adding 10.8 kilometres of reserved lanes to the current network, with the support of the City of Montréal.
Greater Montréal’s brand-new bus rapid transit service is inaugurated
At its 2022 annual conference, the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) recognized the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) with awards in the categories of Innovation and Environmental Sustainability and granted the William G. Ross Lifetime Achievement Award to former STM CEO Luc Tremblay.
To open a dialogue with the local community, the STM will hold a public consultation beginning November 3.
The STM wishes to remind all métro users that the pilot project to allow pet dogs to ride the métro with their owners will begin this Saturday, October 15.
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project office is announcing the gradual commissioning of the bus rapid transit (BRT) service beginning Monday, November 7.
Three virtual consultation sessions are planned for this fall.
Paratransit users will be able to reserve their trips starting Wednesday, September 28, following the usual procedure.
Starting October 15, 2022, customers will be allowed to bring pet dogs on the métro
To improve the sense of safety on its network, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is expanding the service allowing passengers to get off the bus between two stops by offering it to all its customers.
Pursuant to section 105 of the Act Respecting Public Transit Authorities
La Société de transport de Montréal (STM) annonce une mesure exceptionnelle pour son service de transport adapté afin d’améliorer les déplacements de la clientèle vulnérable, impactée par la pénurie de main-d’œuvre dans l’industrie du taxi. À compter du 6 septembre, il sera permis de réserver, pour les jours suivants, pour des déplacements pour motifs médicaux avec un accompagnateur facultatif.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with the eight taxi industry service providers who carry out about 88% of trips in its paratransit service.
As planned, Outremont station will once again be open to customers as of August 20, after a seven-month closure for renovations and accessibility updates.
Preparatory work for the blue line extension will begin shortly in the Viau/Jean-Talon area.
Starting today, students can obtain or renew their reduced-fare OPUS cards for the 2022–2023 school year.
Les ascenseurs de la station Place-des-Arts sont maintenant en service.
The Société de transport de Montréal has opened a new universally accessible entrance building at Mont-Royal station.
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.
The STM’s Côte-Vertu underground train garage for the Montréal métro has been officially inaugurated by Emmanuella Lambropoulos, Federal Member of Parliament for Saint-Laurent; Chantal Rouleau, Minister for Transport and Minister Responsible for the Metropolis and the Montréal Region; Valérie Plante, Mayor of Montréal; and Marie-Claude Léonard, Interim CEO of the STM.
The STM wishes to remind its customers that it will soon implement a new fare schedule, as the second phase of the metropolitan fare reform is set to take effect on July 1.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has unveiled a new piece of artwork inside Jolicoeur station. This is the métro network’s 93rd work of art.
For the Semaine québécoise des personnes handicapées, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is holding an awareness day to promote the inclusion of people with functional limitations in public transit.
La STM salue l'annonce faite par le ministre des Transports, François Bonnardel, sur la création d'un comité de travail sur le financement du transport collectif qui regroupera le gouvernement du Québec, les municipalités ainsi que les organismes partenaires.
The STM was recognized at the annual American Public Transport Association (APTA) Mobility Conference for its pilot project testing rear-view cameras on buses.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has unveiled a new piece of artwork, entitled Relier [“Connect”], outside Préfontaine métro station.
The Pie-IX BRT project office is currently installing the piece Kyrielle, by artist Jean-Sébastien Denis, on several BRT shelters in Montréal. It will be the first artwork built into the city’s bus network.
From April 22 to May 1, the STM will provide a shuttle service between the airport and the different hotels and event athletic facilities
The STM, principal contractor and project manager of the Blue line extension, launched today a pre-qualification notice for the construction of the tunnel of the blue line metro extension.
The minibus will give the OBM greater flexibility in delivering a specialized shuttle service to people experiencing homelessness by transporting them to emergency shelters and other resources
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has published its 2021 Annual Report, which was marked once again this year by the effects of the pandemic.
The trial showed that using a smartphone app to book shared taxibus trips improves the service