Réseau express métropolitain (REM)

CONSTRUCTION WORK ON THE DEUX-MONTAGNES LINE

The service on Deux-Montagnes line will be suspended every weekend starting Friday nights (as of 8 p.m.) through Sunday (all day), effective from April 27 to September 30, 2018.

Source: rem.info

ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS

From Sainte-Dorothée station:

Bus

Travel easily between Sainte-Dorothée station and downtown Montreal, thanks to our bus network and metro.

Route
Frequency on Friday evening
Weekend Frequency

Correspondence
26 30 minutes 30 minutes Montmorency Metro
76 1 hour 30 minutes Montmorency Metro
144 1 hour 30 minutes Côte-Vertu Metro
903 1 hour 1 hour Montmorency Metro

For the map of routes, click here.

From Île-Bigras station:

Shared taxi T26

Use our shared taxi service to commute between Île-Bigras station and the bus stop on the corner of Jolibourg / Du Bord-De-L'eau (41786). Get on board of Line 26 to get to Montmorency metro station. Remember that your OPUS card or any other transfer fare are valid with STL’s shared taxi service, and work just the same as onboard our buses.

Day
Schedule
Friday night 8:25 p.m. to 12:06 a.m.

Saturday, Sunday
also May 21 (Patriots' Day)
and September 3 (Labor Day)

9:06 a.m. to 12:13 p.m.

2:40 p.m. to 6:16 p.m.

To view the schedule and route of the shared taxi, click here

Incentive parkings

Avoid traffic and leave your car in one of our 6 incentive parkings, including those at Montmorency metro station (1327 spaces) and Le Carrefour terminus (144 spaces). Routes 39, 42, 50, 56, 61, 63, 70, 360 and 903 serve the terminus to the Montmorency metro station.

For more information on incentive parkings, click here.

Free 360 shuttle

Go directly to the Montmorency metro station with our free 360 shuttle service that runs through downtown Laval. It is available on weekends, holidays and throughout the summer with a frequency every 20 minutes. No conditions apply.

For map and schedule: shuttle360.com

WHAT IS REM?

The REM is an electric train project that will be deployed on four lines in the metropolitan area: downtown Montreal, South Shore, North Shore, West Island and the airport. It will be integrated with public transportation networks to ensure travel adapted to your daily life.