REM

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 and shuttle network, increased use of the west branch of the orange line and the blue and green lines: discover all the measures implemented in each area.

Starting January 2020, the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel, which is caused by REM work, will impact Mont-Royal and Canora stations users. Connections to the green line are planned.

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Starting January 2020, the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel will cause a disruption in service between the Bois-Franc station and the Central Station. In mid-2021, the Deux-Montagnes line will be completely closed.

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Starting January 2020, the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel will cause a disruption in service between the Bois-Franc station and the Central Station. In mid-2021, 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 will be rerouted.

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Starting January 2020, the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel, which is caused by REM work, will impact Mont-Royal and Canora stations users. Metro users will be invited to use the orange and blue lines in the meantime.

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The REM construction work is well on its way in the area, and the South Shore/ downtown Montréal section is scheduled to open in 2021.

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