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Planning your commutes during the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) construction project

The Réseau de transport métropolitain is making sure its users are aware of the impacts of the REM’s construction on their commutes and of any measures put in place to address these impacts, as soon as they are known.

 

Alternate routes for the Deux-Montagnes line

Starting April 27, 2018, train service on the Deux-Montagnes line will be modified on Friday evenings and weekends. Find out more (in French)

In collaboration with the other transportation agencies, the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) has developed alternative transportation options for users of the Deux-Montagnes line.

TRAIN members and monthly TRAIN pass holders

Places of departure

Alternative bus routes
Friday night, Saturday and Sunday

Printable version (PDF)

Deux-Montagnes Station

Option 1

  1. RTM Laurentides 400 (new bus route)
  2. Montmorency Station

Option 2

  1. RTM Laurentides : 80, 81, 89, 90, 92 or 93
  2. Saint-Eustache Terminus
  3. RTM Laurentides 8
  4. Montmorency Station
Grand-Moulin Station

Option 1

  1. RTM Laurentides 400 (new bus route)
  2. Montmorency Station

Option 2

  1. RTM Laurentides 92
  2. Saint-Eustache Terminus
  3. RTM Laurentides 8
  4. Montmorency Station
Sainte-Dorothée Station
  1. STL 26, 76 or 903
  2. Terminus Montmorency
Île-Bigras Station

Option 1

  1. STL T26 taxibus (PDF) (new bus route)
  2. Jolibourg / Du Bord-De-L'eau stop
  3. STL 26
  4. Montmorency Station

Option 2

  1. Bord-de-l’eau/Dupont stop
    (6 min walk from the train station)
  2. STL 903
  3. Montmorency Terminus
Roxboro-Pierrefonds Station
  1. STM 968-E (new bus route)
  2. Côte-Vertu Station
Sunnybrooke Station
  1. STM 968-E (new bus route)
  2. Côte-Vertu Station
Bois-Franc Station

Option 1

  1. STM 64-S
  2. Côte-Vertu Station

Option 2

  1. STM 164-E
  2. Henri-Bourassa Station
Du Ruisseau Station

Option 1

  1. STM 171-O
  2. Côte-Vertu Station

Option 2

  1. STM 171-E
  2. Henri-Bourassa Station
Montpellier Station

Option 1

  1. STM 121-O
  2. Côte-Vertu Station

Option 2

  1. STM 121-E
  2. Sauvé Station

Option 3

  1. STM 171-O
  2. Côte-Vertu Station

Option 4

  1. STM 171-E
  2. Henri-Bourassa Station
Mont-Royal Station

Option 1

  1. STM 16-E (no service at the end of the evening)
  2. Acadie and Parc Stations

Option 2

  1. STM 119-S (day service only)
  2. Édouard-Montpetit, Université-de-Montréal and Côte-des-Neiges Stations

Option 3

  1. STM 165-S
  2. Côte-des-Neiges and Guy-Concordia Stations
Canora Station

Option 1

  1. STM 92-O
  2. Namur Station

Option 2

  1. STM 92-E
  2. Acadie, Parc and Jean-Talon Stations

Option 3

  1. STM 160-E
  2. Outremont and Beaubien Stations

Option 4

  1. STM 160-O
  2. Plamondon Station

You can also use our trip planner

 

Alternate routes for the Mascouche line

Starting April 27, 2018, train service on the Mascouche line will be modified on Friday evenings and weekends. Find out more (in French)

Direction

Shuttle to Montreal
For Mascouche, Terrebonne and Repentigny stations only

 

Printable version (PDF)

Shuttle to Montreal
  1. Departure from Mascouche station: 8:32 p.m.
  2. Departure from Terrebonne station: 20:45 p.m.
  3. Departure from Repentigny station: 9 p.m.
  4. Arrival at Terminus Radisson: 21:20 p.m.

 

Places of departure

Alternate routes for the Mascouche line for train 1214 to Montréal

Friday night

Mascouche station
  1. RTM Terrebonne-Mascouche 3 (Avenue de la / Rue Sicard)
  2. Terrebonne terminus
  3. RTM Terrebonne Mascouche 19 (Platforms 13-14 Terrebonne terminus)
  4. Montmorency terminus (platform 1)
Terrebonne station
  1. Walk to Des Pionniers/face au Tim Horton’s (1 km from the station)
  2. RTM L’Assomption 9
  3. Repentigny terminus
  4. RTM L’Assomption 50
  5. Radisson station

Repentigny station

N/A

Pointe-aux-Trembles station

  1. STM 186-O (In front of the station)
  2. Honoré-Beaugrand station

Rivières-des-Prairies station

  1. STM 48-O (Bus loop of the station)
  2. Henri-Bourassa station

Anjou station

N/A

St-Léonard-Mtl-Nord station

Option 1

  1. STM 32-S (Lacordaire / Industriel)
  2. Cadillac station

Option 2

  1. STM 33-S (Lacordaire / Industriel)
  2. Langelier metro

St-Michel-Mtl-Nord station

  1. STM 139-S (Pie-IX / Industriel)
  2. Pie-IX station

Sauvé station

Use the metro service

Ahuntsic station

  1. STM 179-S (De l’Acadie / Louvain)
  2. Acadie station

Mont-Royal station

Option 1

  1. STM 16-E (pas de service en fin de soirée) (À Laird / Dunkirk)
  2. Acadie and Parc stations

Option 2

  1. STM 119-S (no service at the end of the evening) (Laird / Dunkirk)
  2. Édouard-Montpetit, Université-de-Montréal and Côte-des-Neiges stations

Option 3

  1. STM 165-S (Graham / Dunkirk)
  2. Côte-des-Neiges and Guy-Concordia stations

Canora station

Option 1

  1. STM 92-O (Jean-Talon / Dunkirk)
  2. Namur station

Option 2

  1. STM 92-E (Jean-Talon / Wilderton)
  2. Acadie and Jean-Talon stations

Option 3

  1. STM 160-E (Wilderton / Bates)
  2. Outremont and Beaubien stations

Option 4

  1. STM 160-O (Barclay / Wilderton)
  2. Plamondon station

You can also use our trip planner

 

 

Offer to TRAIN members and monthly TRAIN pass holders

With the REM construction project causing service interruptions on the Deux-Montagnes and Mascouche train lines on Friday evenings, statutory holidays and weekends starting April 27, the ARTM will be offering TRAIN members and monthly TRAIN pass holders for these two lines an OPUS multi‑month unlimited weekend card, in collaboration with the RTM.

This card gives you access to the RTM transit network on the North Shore and to the Société de transport de Laval (STL) and Société de transport de Montréal (STM) networks for free every week-end from 7 pm on Fridays until September 30 to help you get to where you're going.

How to participate

  • Fill out the online form on or after April 27
  • Get your multi-month unlimited weekend card in the mail on or after May 7.

Refer to our FAQ for all the terms and conditions of this offer

Taking the train between April 27 and May 7? Check out our solutions.

 

Complete the online form

 

For occasional users: An unlimited weekend Solo card for $13.75

New temporary fare: Unlimited weekend commuting (from 4:00 p.m. on Fridays to 5:00 a.m. on Mondays) until September 30, 2018

Fare temporarily available as a pricing measure to offset the installation work being performed for the Réseau express métropolitain (REM). Valid on the entire network (TRAM 8).

Sold through all automatic ticket dispensers on the Deux-Montagnes and Mascouche train lines, as well as the ticket counters at Central Station and the Montmorency Terminus..

Some conditions apply (PDF).

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