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.

Mitigation measures in place

  • From May 11 to December 31, 2020 : rail shuttle service between the Deux-Montagnes and Bois-Franc stations
  • Starting January 4, 2021: local bus service to the Côte-Vertu station
  • Preferential measures for buses (bus priority signals, passing lane to avoid queues and use of reserved lanes and freeway shoulders)

MITIGATION MEASURES starting NOVEMBER 2, 2020

MITIGATION MEASURES AS OF JANUARY 4, 2021

Public transit mitigation measures

  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)
  • Weekday service 
  • Transit time of about 15 minutes
  • Synchronized with rail shuttle departures and arrivals
  • Operates in reserved lanes on Rue Grenet during peak hours

Local public transportation network toward the Côte-Vertu station:

  • Line 121 STM – Sauvé – Côte-Vertu
  • Line 64 STM – Grenet
  • Line 170 STM – Keller
  • Line 117 STM – O’Brien
  • Line 70 STM – Bois-Franc
  • Line 171 STM – Henri-Bourassa