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Intervention at Jean-Talon station: The STM will appoint an independent expert in police ethics

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The Board of Directors of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is aware of the unique nature of the images that are being shared of the intervention that took place at Jean-Talon station on April 17 and responds to the concerns expressed by the public by calling on Marco Gaggino, a lawyer specializing in police ethics, who will act as an independent expert to support the STM. The latter will audit the preliminary conclusions of the internal investigation.

STM provides clarification on intervention at Jean-Talon station

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The STM would like to make several clarifications in light of the recently uploaded video showing an intervention by security and enforcement inspectors that occurred on Saturday, April 17 at Jean-Talon station. As is often the case with these types of videos, the footage does not depict the event in its entirety and excludes the events that led to the intervention.

Côte-Vertu garage project: Côte-Vertu station to close from May 29 to August 22  for track switch installation

Côte-Vertu garage project: Côte-Vertu station to close from May 29 to August 22 for track switch installation

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As part of the Côte-Vertu garage project, the Société de transport de Montréal must close Côte-Vertu station from May 29 to August 22, inclusive, in order to install a track switch ahead of the station. This switch will increase train frequency by up to 25% on the Orange line at peak periods. Mitigation measures will be implemented to minimize inconveniences caused by the station closure.

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STM presents its 2020 Annual Report a year filled with challenges

Following the adoption of the document by the Board of Directors, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is marking the end of a truly extraordinary year with the publication of its 2020 Annual Report. The Report details three major crises: the out-of-service bus issue, the COVID-19 pandemic and the October cyber attack on the company.

STM announces customer-focused shift with new strategic approach for security and control inspectors

STM announces customer-focused shift with new strategic approach for security and control inspectors

Our new vision aims to build a rapport between our inspectors and our customers and allow inspectors to do more to improve the quality of customers’ trips - From left to right: Pénélope Toupin, Inspector, Anick Lavoie, Inspector, Jocelyn Latulippe, Director, Security and Control, Philippe Schnobb, Chair of the STM Board of Directors, and Francis Turmel, Inspector. Crédit photos : Mission Old Brewery, Christian Blais

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Merci M. Trent

La STM salue la contribution de Peter Trent aux travaux de son conseil d'administration et au transport collectif en général.

New Richelieu mechanical ventilation station: STM begins public consultation process

New Richelieu mechanical ventilation station: STM begins public consultation process

In spring 2022, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin construction on a new mechanical ventilation station at the corner of Richelieu and Sainte-Marguerite, in the Sud-Ouest borough. In order to open a dialogue on the project with the local community, the STM will hold a public consultation beginning March 30.

A year of lockdown: The STM is still on the job

A year of lockdown: The STM is still on the job

Since today marks a year of lockdown in Quebec, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) wanted to commemorate all the work done by its employees, who remained on the job to provide ongoing public transit service in Montréal.

March 11: The STM is with you wholeheartedly

March 11: The STM is with you wholeheartedly

On Quebec’s first National day of remembrance for victims of COVID-19, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will pay homage to the memory of the victims by stopping all métro trains at 1 p.m. for a moment of silence. A message of sympathy will be played on loudspeakers in the métro network and on STM buses.