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.

Mitigation measures in place

  • Preferential measures for buses (bus priority signals, passing lane to avoid queues, reserved lanes)
  • Increased use of reserved lanes to ease traffic

MITIGATION MEASURES STARTING NOVEMBER 2, 2020

MITIGATION MEASURES AS OF JANUARY 4, 2021

Public transit mitigation measures

  1. Shuttle 968 STM – Trainbus Roxboro/Côte-Vertu from the Roxboro-Pierrefonds station to the Côte-Vertu station, with a stop at the Sunnybrooke station (±35 min)Transfer between transportation modes (±5 min
  2. Metro STM from the Côte-Vertu station to the Bonaventure station (±25 min)
  • Service 7 days a week (every 15 minutes during peak hours and hourly on off-peak and weekends)
  • Operates in reserved lanes on Boulevards Pitfield and Gouin and the Côte-Vertu transit corridor during peak hours
  • During off-peak hours, the shuttle will have priority traffic lights
  • Line 468 – Express Pierrefonds/Gouin
  • Line 470 STM – Express Pierrefonds
    • Use of reserved lanes on boulevard Saint-Jean and the shoulder on autoroute 40
    • Service with transit priority signals on boulevard Côte-Vertu
  • Line 475 STM – Express Dollard-des-Ormeaux

OR

Rail shuttle from Roxboro-Pierrefonds station or Sunnybrooke station to Bois-Franc station (5–8 min)

  • Shuttle 964 – Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu (±15 min)
  • Transfer between different transportation modes (±15 min)
  • Métro from Côte-Vertu station to Bonaventure station (±25 min)

SHUTTLE 964 – Trainbus Bois-Franc/Côte-Vertu

  • 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