Free if you’re 65 or over


Laval residents, commute for free on any bus route of the Société de transport de Laval (STL) network with the HORIZON 65+ pass.

How to get your Horizon 65+ pass?

Go to one of the two ticket centres in Laval (Cartier metro station or Montmorency metro station).

Bring along:

  • ID showing your age
  • Proof of residence (accepted proof of residence documents)
  • A sum of $15 for an OPUS card with photo, unless you already own one. You may pay in cash, by debit or credit. This card is valid for 7 years.

Important: You may not use your HORIZON 65+ pass for metro or train travel.

Worry-free commuting

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Before stepping out, reach out to our Customer Contact Centre to plan your commute and inquire about bus times and network conditions: 450 688-6520.



Effective August 1, OPUS cards will be issued and renewed by appointment only to foster social distancing at ticket offices. Users must schedule appointments online at

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Make sure you’ve completed all of the required documents and to have them on you when leaving for your appointment.

Did you know?

The STL operates eight bus routes that serve many of Laval’s seniors residences. These can take you directly to the city’s areas of interest, shopping malls, libraries and healthcare centres.

Buses on these routes make between one and four round trips, two to three times a week. The fare is the same as it for regular bus service, meaning it is free for Laval residents 65 or over travelling with their Horizon 65+ pass and OPUS card.