Mobility Montréal partners, which have been responsible for monitoring the REM mitigation measures since their implementation, agreed to cancel the shuttle 919 Trainbus Acadie/Mont-Royal/Namur service on January 3, 2022.
Ridership has been compiled since the shuttle was put into service in May 2020. The data shows very low ridership for this shuttle in both directions (east and west).
Cancelling this shuttle service will not impact public transit users, as several bus lines of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) serve the area, including lines 16 Graham, 92 Jean-Talon et 119 Rockland. At any time, users can plan their trips here.
Changes to the shuttle 404 service
In order to make commuting easier for shuttle 404 Deux-Montagnes/Centre-Ville users, the service will be adjusted as of January 10, 2022. Six departures in the afternoon (weekdays only) from the Mansfield terminal, in downtown Montréal, will go to the Holy Family church stop, in Deux-Montagnes, after stopping at a station with the same name. Here is some information about the departures:
|Trip number||Time of departure|
The extended route will replace six line 904 trips to reduce transfer times between both shuttles.
At any time, users can plan their trips here.
Fares — exo5 Mascouche
The discount of up to 30% offered to exo5 Mascouche line users is extended until July 2022. The discount will be automatically extended for users of the Mascouche, Terrebonne and Repentigny stations and users from Eastern Montréal.
Mobility Montréal partners remind users that parking spaces are available at the avenue des Bois park-and-ride in Laval. A stop in the park-and-ride is served by exo shuttle 498 to the Mansfield terminal, in downtown Montréal, and Société de transport de Laval (STL) line 713 to the Côte-Vertu metro station.