Côte-Vertu area 5

March 30, 2020: rail shuttle between the Deux-Montagnes and Bois-Franc stations

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.

Mitigation measures in place

  • March 30, 2020 to mid-2021: rail shuttle service between the Deux-Montagnes and Bois-Franc stations
  • Mid-2021 to 2023: bus shuttle service to the Côte-Vertu station
  • Reorganization and improvement of bus and metro services
  • Preferential measures for buses (bus priority signals, passing lane to avoid queues, use of reserved lanes and freeway shoulders)
  • Increased use of reserved lanes to ease traffic and facilitate connections for users

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Public transit mitigation measures

Preferred route – Rush hours (weekdays)

  1. Shuttle 964 STM – Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu (±15 min)
  2. Metro STM from the Côte-Vertu station to the Bonaventure station (±25 min)

SHUTTLE 964 – Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu

  • Service on weekdays from 5:30 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.
  • Travel time of about 15 minutes
  • Route synchronized with the departures and arrivals of the rail shuttle
  • Use of reserved lanes on rue Grenet during rush hours
  • Service with transit priority signals on rue Grenet
  • New platform at the Bois-Franc station to pick-up passengers with 3 buses at a time, through all doors

Travel options

Local public transportation network toward the Côte-Vertu station:

  • Line 121 STM – Sauvé – Côte-Vertu, addition of 9 departures during the morning rush hours and 7 during the evening rush hour
  • Line 64 STM – Grenet
  • Line 170 STM – Keller
  • Line 117 STM – O’Brien
  • Line 70 STM – Bois-Franc
  • Line 171 STM – Henri-Bourassa

Fare measures – Deux-Montagnes line (exo6)

Mont-Royal/Canora area 6

Presentation of the REM mitigation measures

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