Changes to line 300
Now that REM service has started, buses that used to cross the Champlain Bridge will now take passengers to the REM, where they can travel to downtown Montreal or transfer towards other destinations on the South Shore.
Exo is here to help guide you through these changes!
Travelling between Montreal and the sector of Vallée-du-Richelieu
Do you ride an exo bus to Montreal from Saint-Basile-le-Grand, McMasterville, Beloeil, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Otterburn Park, Sainte-Madeleine, Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, or Saint-Hyacinthe and vice-versa?
Now that REM has come into service, there has been changes to bus line 300 (Vallée-du-Richelieu sector)
Enjoy direct access to the REM
New boarding and disembarking locations
Now than the REM service has started, you can take the REM from the new Brossard terminal to Montreal’s Central Station.
Buses pass more often, giving you more scheduling options with:
The service period is extended, allowing you to ride the bus earlier or later to suit your needs.
What’s not changing!
Despite these changes, our mission to transport you in a friendly manner remains the same.
Your transit fares will remain unchanged. You may purchase either an All Modes ABC or ABCD pass, or a transitional REM fare.
You will travel in total safety.
Our customer service remains the same. Questions? We’re here for you!
Good to know: Complete reconfiguration of your bus network coming soon
Starting in 2024, a bus network reconfiguration will take place in the Vallée-du-Richelieu sector. We’ll consult you to make sure the service is adapted to meet your needs.
In the meantime, service on line 300 will be adjusted to serve the REM.Discover the network reconfiguration project