STM 2020 generosity campaign ends in success
STM employees and retirees once again showed incredible generosity during the annual fundraising campaign.
STM employees and retirees once again showed incredible generosity during the annual fundraising campaign.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has reached a new milestone in its plan to add 300 buses to its fleet with the completion of expansion work on the Legendre bus garage, which will soon house 56 of the new buses.
An invitation for the clientele to take part in a virtual celebration beginning tomorrow
The STM implements a naming committee for the blue line extension, tasked with proposing names for the future stations of the extended section.
Bus and métro networks and paratransit service will remain accessible and the STM will maintain its service offer during the new lockdown period beginning on January 9.
The STM applauds the authorization of a $671.4 million loan by-law alllowing the complete electrification of the four first bus garages.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is announcing the commissioning of the Sauvé/Côte-Vertu bus rapid transit (BRT) service for mid-December.
With the support of Bell, Rogers, TELUS and Vidéotron, the STM has improved the commuter experience and created the largest digital indoor network in Canada
To reconnect with its customers in their daily life, the STM has launched a one-of-a-kind holiday season contest.
Orange line occupancy levels now available
Reserved lane for buses and taxis, starting November 30
Joint measures with community partners to ensure better management of public spaces during the 2020-2021 winter period Photo credit : Mission Old Brewery/Christian Blais
Further to the notice of default issued on November 13, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is terminating its contract with EDT GCV Civil s.e.p., comprised of EBC Inc., Dragados Canada Inc. and Groupe TNT Inc., as part of the Côte-Vertu garage project.
The STM is proud to announce that it has received GOLD Parity Certification from the Women in Governance organization.
With the first snow practically at our doorsteps, the Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) reminds its customers of the importance of planning their trips in the colder months when service disruptions are more common.
With the support of external experts, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has completed its internal investigation of the ransomware cyber attack that occurred on October 19.
The STM gives a sneak peek on an important worksite ongoing at the Stinson bus garage for the electrification of the bus network.
On November 25, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will start work at Place-Saint-Henri station for the installation of two elevators to make it accessible.
In the interest of responsible project management, the STM has decided to issue a notice of default to EDT GCV Civil s.e.p., comprised of EBC inc., Dragados Canada Inc. and Groupe TNT Inc., the companies currently performing excavation, concrete and backfilling work as part of the Côte-Vertu garage project.
The STM welcomes the recommendations contained in the report of the Blue line commission and unveils its action plan.
In the midst of the pandemic, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is releasing its $1.5B 2021 budget, centred on the challenge of relaunching public transit in Montréal, and its 2021-2030 Capital Expenditures Program, with which it plans to invest an amount of $18B.
The STM reiterates its commitment to safety for all in the context of the pandemic by adopting a new program put forward by the north-american transportation industry.
Reserved lane for buses and taxis on Langelier Boulevard, between Dumesnil Street and Sherbrooke Street East, in both directions, starting November 23, 2020
As of November 6, the two elevators connecting the green line to the Berri-UQAM station will be in operation after two years of work.
The lane will be operationnal on November 9
A new campaign by the STM aims at the small minority of clients who do not wear their face-covering or mask in the right way.
Starting in November 2020, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin a major refurbishment of Outremont station, and install three elevators to make it universally accessible.
This initiative aims in particular to align the service offered with the completion of major public transit projects
The lane will be implemented on October 5
La Société de transport de Montréal (STM) s’est fièrement démarquée au prestigieux concours d’affaires Les Mercuriades, présenté par la Fédération des Chambres de commerce du Québec, en remportant le prix Stratégie de développement durable, grande entreprise.
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin accessibility work at D’Iberville station on October 19.
The STM invites any individuals who will be affected by the Northwest Attachment Centre project to participate in the public consultation that will take place in a few weeks.
The integrated Pie-IX BRT project office is entering an important work phase this month—the construction of a pedestrian tunnel connecting the BRT to the future métro station of the Blue line extension, at the corner of Pie-IX Boulevard and Jean-Talon Street.
New card readers will be activated and tested on some buses of the 139 Pie-IX bus line next week.
On October 13, the Société de transport de Montréal will begin refurbishment and universal accessibility work at Pie-IX station.
The STM launches a new campaign to remind its clients that everything is in place to allow them to "board with confidence".
The lane will take effect as of September 7
The Employee Commute Initiative will seek input from companies of all sizes and in all industries on the Island of Montréal
For better customer experience
Return to fare validation and front-door boarding beginning on August 10
During this unprecedented crisis, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has introduced new ways for students to renew or obtain their reduced-fare student OPUS cards.
On August 10, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will begin universal accessibility work at Édouard-Montpetit station.
The next buses to make the switch will be those from the Frontenac and Saint-Denis bus garages
The STM presents an update of its lockdown lifting plan taking into account the mandatory wearing of face-coverings on public transit starting July 13.
A new strategy for bus-and-bike sharing in almost half of the existing reserved lanes and four new ones that will be implemented in 2020
Implementation of a reserved lane for buses, taxis and carpools on Louis-Hyppolite-Lafontaine corridor, beginning July 13
Staying the course toward the electrification of the surface network, STM teams conducted tests and trials of the first model of the New Flyer long-range electric bus series without passengers. These tests ensure that the vehicle’s performance fulfills the STM’s operational requirements.
Prevention help is available for the clientele in regards with suicide prevention
Following the Quebec government’s announcement, and despite the fact that the Ministerial Order setting out all terms of application has not yet been issued, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) favourably welcomes the decision to make face coverings mandatory on public transit.
Fare collection back to normal for Transport adapté and line 212 Sainte-Anne customers
The STM welcomed yesterday the first of 17 new AZUR trains intended for the Green line.
Corporate Knights, a magazine focused on sustainability, has included again this year the STM in a select group of Canadian enterprises that stand out thanks to their exemplary responsible practices.
STM formally acknowledges report by Office de la consultation publique de Montréal on systemic racism and discrimination within the jurisdiction of the City of Montréal
In spite of the COVID-19 crisis, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is still looking to hire some 200 bus drivers to replenish its bank of candidates.
The STM is acquiring electrostatic sprayers, which will allow for more efficient disinfecting operations.
"Let's take care of each other ": lifting of lockdown begins for the Société de transport de Montréal.
A month-long campaign called “A heart in motion"
The STM presents its plan to accommodate customers who will be gradually returning to its network due to the lifting of lockdown beginning May 19
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has published its 2019 Annual Report, with the theme of “Ideas in motion,” in reference to its many major projects transforming the city and its networks.
In the context of the crisis resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and the Syndicat des employées et employés professionnels-les et de bureau (SEPB 610 — office and professional employees’ union) have reached an agreement regarding the assignment of employees to perform backup cleaning duties.
On Wednesday, it was announced that hand sanitizer dispensers will be installed in métro stations. The STM is continuing to look into measures that could be implemented to protect customers and employees post lockdown. As it has been the case since the start of the crisis, the STM is following the recommendations of public health authorities, which are evolving along with the situation.
In preparation for a gradual recovery of economic activities, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is collaborating with the City of Montréal to install 224 hand sanitizer dispensers for riders at métro station entrances.
Agreement between STM and SCFP 2850 — administrative, technical and professional personnel union for the assignment of employees to backup cleaning duties as part of operations and maintenance
Due to the situation with COVID-19, which caused the temporary closure of construction sites, the Société de transport de Montréal has decided to postpone the closure of Côte-Vertu station, which was supposed to happen this summer, until summer 2021.
Le Tribunal administratif du travail déclare illégal le débrayage et le refus de travail de certains employés affiliés au Syndicat de l’entretien tout en ordonnant que ces derniers retournent au travail immédiatement.
The STM suspends for 25 days the maintenance union president.
The STM has already taken the lead and initiated meetings with partners from the business and health sectors to define measures to better frame the post-lockdown period.
The STM announces the suspension of non-essential activities in métro stations
The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) wishes to inform the media that from now on it will provide updates on the condition of employees who have received a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis. It will do so in two ways, depending on the level of risk assessed by the Direction de la santé publique (DSP
The STM provides an update on service adjustments to the bus, métro and paratransit networks
La STM réitère qu’elle se fait un devoir depuis le début de la crise du COVID19 de consulter et de suivre les consignes dictées par la Direction nationale de la santé publique.
A driver based at the Lasalle bus garage has tested positive for COVID-19.
Given the current context surrounding COVID-19, the STM will be decreasing its bus and métro service as of March 30, 2020.
The next public meeting of the STM’s Board of Directors, taking place on April 1, will only be accessible via webcast.
The STM wants to remind everyone that the métro and bus networks remain open and are operating normally. The risk of transmission on public transit remains low.