How Does it Work?
Now that passes are no longer required, exo will trust dedicated parking space users to abide by the following rules:
Minimum 2 people aged 16 or over per car
No reserved spots – first come, first served
No registration required
Where Are the Carpool Parking Spots?
Many reserved parking spots are available to carpoolers across ARTM (Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain) territory. One of their key benefits is that they are located near platforms and terminals. To see how many spots are available at your nearest exo parking lot, check our park-and-ride map.See map
Make sure all people travelling in the same vehicle are wearing proper face coverings. Let’s be careful out there!
Simple & Free
No pass or registration required: just find a carpooling partner!
Flexible & Practical
Set a departure and return time with your carpool partner(s), and park in the designated spots.
Economical & Ecological
You can save money by choosing to split your vehicle usage costs with your carpool partners. Plus, carpooling helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions and road traffic.
Which Parking Lots Have exo Carpool Parking Spaces?
In Greater Montreal, some parking lots are managed by exo, the RTL, the STL or the STM. Only carpool spaces in exo parking lots no longer require a parking pass. Check which parking lots have exo carpool parking spaces:
Pincourt – Terrasse-Vaudreuil
The carpool program is offered by the ARTM (Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain) in collaboration with exo, the STM (Société de transport de Montréal), the STL (Société de transport de Laval) and the RTL (Réseau de transport de Longueuil).