Mont-Royal/Canora area 4

January 6, 2020: closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel

Mont-Royal and Canora stations users will be impacted by the REM work starting in January 2020 with the closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel. Metro users will be invited to use the orange and blue lines in the meantime.

Mitigation measures in place

  • Shuttle service to the Namur and Acadie metro stations
  • Improvements to the local bus network


Powerpoint presentation of the REM mitigation measures


Public transit mitigation measures

Preferred route – Rush hours (weekdays)

1. Shuttle 919 STM – Trainbus Acadie/Mont-Royal/Namur (±15 min)
2. Metro STM from the Namur station to the Bonaventure station (±20 min)

SHUTTLE 919 – Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu

  • Service on weekdays during rush hours in both directions
  • Departure every 15 minutes
  • Use of the reserved lane on rue Jean-Talon, from avenue Victoria to avenue Mountain Sights westbound and from avenue Victoria to rue de Nancy eastbound

Travel options

  • Line 92 STM – Jean-Talon
    • Departure every 20 minutes
    • Use of the reserved lane on rue Jean-Talon
    • Additional departures during rush hours: 4 westbound and 3 eastbound
  • Line 165 STM – Côte-des-Neiges
    • Additional departures: 14 southbound and 6 northbound
    • Use of reserved lanes on chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges and boulevard René Lévesque
  • Line 465 STM – Express Côte-des-Neiges

Fares measures – Deux-Montagnes line

Mascouche train line 4

*Users benefitting fare discounts as of September 8th


  • Rail shuttle Deux-Montagnes/Bois-Franc
  • Shuttle 964 Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu

Current users

  • 4 months free as of January 2020 – With the annual subscription to the public transit service of the island of Montreal

Monthly pass fare : $86.50