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Coronavirus and exo services

Welcome back.

Manage your subscription, view your schedules and service changes and read tips and tricks for getting around safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Have you suspended your OPUS+ subscription?

If you wish to resume using public transit, you can reactivate your subscription by accessing your online account.

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Service schedules and frequency

Buses

New bus schedules have been in effect since January 4. Check your schedules today.

See the bus schedules

Trains

New train schedules have been in effect since August 24. Check your schedules today.

See the train schedules

Paratransit

Since August 3, 2020, more passengers are accepted aboard paratransit taxis and buses.

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Frequently asked questions about our services

Have any services been suspended?
  • Valet service at Saint-Lambert station.

To learn more, consult the Twitter account for your sector.

How can I purchase transit fares?

To reduce the risk of virus spreading, the ARTM’s Vendôme and Parc metropolitan sales outlets have been closed since Friday, April 3. Please use an automatic fare terminal if you wish to purchase TRAIN and TRAM passes.

Find a sales outlet

You may also purchase a single bus ticket directly via the Chrono or Transit apps (French).

How many passengers are accepted aboard paratransit vehicles?

As of August 3, 2020, up to 2 passengers are accepted aboard taxis and 2, 3 or 4 passengers aboard buses. More passengers could be accepted aboard buses depending on the context and the duration of the trip.

Is it safe to board a bus via the front doors?

Plexiglas barriers have been installed at the front of buses, providing protection to both you and the driver. It is therefore safe to resume validating fares at the front of the vehicle.

Please remember that wearing a face covering has been mandatory on public transit since July 27, 2020.

Don’t forget to have your OPUS card, transit pass or cash (exact change) in hand before boarding the bus. Also note that paper transfers will not be issued in order to avoid contact with the driver.

OPUS+ subscription

If you have questions about OPUS+ subscriptions in the context of the pandemic, visit our page.