Mitigation measures

Mobility Montréal and its partners have implemented a temporary public transportation network to minimize the impacts of the largest public transit project undertaken since Montréal’s metro.

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REM mitigation measures

Train shuttles, preferential measures for buses, improvement of the bus network and addition of shuttles: discover all the measures implemented in each area.

Mascouche train line users are impacted by the REM work with the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel. Connections to the green and orange lines of the métro are in place. T However, a train service is available between Mascouche and Central stations during rush hours by by-passing the Mount Royal

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Two phases of the work will impact users from the North Shore: May 11, 2020, the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel caused a partial disruption in service of the commuter train between the Bois-Franc station and the Central Station; December 31, 2021, the Deux-Montagnes line will be completely closed.

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The REM work will be performed in two phases in Montréal West Island: May 11, 2020 the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel caused a disruption in service between the Bois-Franc station and the Central Station; in December 31, 2020 the Deux-Montagnes line will be completely closed.

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The Côte-Vertu metro station is the cornerstone of the temporary network, as this is where shuttles from the North Shore and Montréal West Island are rerouted.

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Mont-Royal and Canora stations users are impacted by the REM work because of the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel. Metro users are invited to use the orange and blue lines in the meantime.

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Presentation of the REM mitigation measures

Learn more about upcoming work and mitigation measures.

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