REM travel info

The Réseau express métropolitain

The REM is an electric train project with four lines in the metropolitan region, serving downtown Montréal, the South Shore, the North Shore, the West Island and the Airport. It will be integrated into the existing public transit systems to provide service adapted to user’s daily needs.

For more information about the REM work: rem.info / 1 833 REM-INFO / info@rem.info

Latest news

Transitional mitigation network unveiling

Construction on the REM is ongoing. Major work in the Mont-Royal tunnel will begin starting
January 6, 2020. This will cause a partial service disruption on two exo commuter train lines.

Exo train stations closed as of January 6, 2020

  • Deux-Montagnes line: Du Ruisseau, Montpellier, Canora/Mont-Royal, Centrale
  • Mascouche line: Canora/Mont-Royal, Centrale

Introducing an alternative public transit nework

Train and bus shuttles will be implemented to take users downtown. Certain bus lines will offer increased service and several will run in reserved lanes.

For information on all mitigation measures, visit Mobility Montréal’s website.

Alternative public transit network implemented on the Island of Montréal

We recommend taking shuttle 968 Trainbus Roxboro/Côte-Vertu and then the métro from Côte-Vertu station. Depending on your departure point, other options may also work, particularly the 470 Express Pierrefonds, as its service will be increased. Here are your options:

We recommend taking shuttle 964 Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu and then the métro from Côte-Vertu station. Depending on your departure point, other options may also work, particularly the 121 Sauvé/Côte-Vertu, as its service will be increased. Here are your options:

We recommend taking shuttle 919 Trainbus Acadie/Mont-Royal/Namur and then the métro. Depending on your departure point, other options may also work, particularly the 92 Jean-Talon and 165 Côte-des-Neiges, as their service will be increased. You will need an STM monthly pass for this trip. Here are your options:

We recommend using the existing Express bus network and then taking the Green line.

People with reduced mobility may take the 31 Saint-Denis, an accessible line leaving from the Sauvé train station and going to Rosemont métro station.

Here are your options:

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Alternative public transit network implemented off the Island of Montréal

On the Deux-Montagnes line, a free train shuttle will run from Deux-Montagnes to Bois-Franc. From there, you will take the free shuttle 964 Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu (operated by the STM) to the métro from Côte-Vertu, which will take you to your final destination. Depending on your departure point, other options may also work. We recommend that you stay on the west side of the Orange line as there is still room for passengers. Here are your options:

Deux-Montagnes

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Ongoing projects

The Deux-Montagnes train line will be modernized with the construction of the Réseau express métropolitaine (REM).

Tips for September

  • Depart earlier or later at rush hours
  • Use our bus lines at the train and métro stations

Roxboro-Pierrefonds and Sunnybrooke train stations

468 East - Express Pierrefonds/Gouin

Bois-Franc station

64 South - Grenet

170 South - Keller

Du Ruisseau station

117 South - O'Brien

171 - Henri-Bourrassa

Montpellier station

121 - Sauvé/Côte-Vertu

171 - Henri-Bourrassa

Mont-Royal station

165 South - Côte-des-Neiges

435 East - Express Du Parc/Côte-des-Neiges

Canora station

92 West - Jean-Talon

160 - Barclay

  • Use the bus lines that lead to the following métro stations on the orange line:

Du Collège station

409 - Express es Sources

Côte-Vertu station

468 - Express Pierrefonds/Gouin

470 - Express Pierrefonds

475 - Express Dollard-des-Ormeaux

Lionel-Groulx station

485 - Express Antoine-Faucon

The Réseau express métropolitain (REM) has begun building the future Édouard-Montpetit station. This new station will be located at the site of the Pavillon Marie-Victorin entrance building.

Before demolishing the entrance building, we will close this entrance to recover equipment such as:

  • Light fixtures
  • Loudspeakers
  • Butterfly doors 
  • Handrails
  • Wall finishes

The above equipment will be used for maintaining métro system facilities.

The station’s two other entrances will be open. For your safety, use the entrance located at the corner of Vincent D’Indy Avenue and Édouard-Montpetit Boulevard.

Did you know that...?

The new station will connect with the Montréal métro’s Blue line and will be one of the deepest stations in North America.

The changes are related to work on the Réseau express métropolitain (REM).

Deux-Montagnes line

Service is suspended on Fridays and weekends.

A new, temporary shuttle service called 968 Trainbus/Côte-Vertu shuttle provides a direct link (no in-between stops) between the Côte-Vertu station and Gouin Boulevard, west of highway A‑13. Gouin Boulevard stops include the Roxboro-Pierrefonds and Sunnybrooke stations.

The shuttle service starts at the Roxboro-Pierrefonds station at 8 p.m. on Fridays and weekends.

What if the shuttle doesn’t go near my location?

Use the trip planner to find the best option.


Mascouche line

Fridays:

  • The train to Central Station that normally leaves the Mascouche station at 8:32 p.m. is cancelled.
  • The train to the Mascouche station that normally leaves Central Station at 9:54 p.m. is cancelled.

Are you on the Island of Montréal?

Use the trip planner to find the best option.

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