South Shore sector

South Shore sector
Réseau express métropolitain construction
    The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

    South Shore sector
    The arrival of an automated, light rail transit system on the South Shore will significantly increase public
    transit capacity between downtown Montréal and the South Shore, facilitate connections with other transit
    networks including three métro connections, and offer a quicker route on a daily basis. Completing the
    Réseau express métropolitain (REM) in your area will require major construction work in the coming years.
    During that time, a reserved bus lane will be maintained at all times, but its location will be shifted
    around, according to construction needs.

    Here are the specific measures taken and estimated travel times:


                                                 PANAMA                                                 Downtown
                                                 OR CHEVRIER
                2018                                                                                     terminal

           22 to 29 min

                                                 PANAMA
          2019 to 2021                           OR CHEVRIER
                                                                                   Reserved lane        Downtown
                                                                                   moved                 terminal
           +0 min
           added to the 2018 time




          2019 to 2021                Downtown                              Reserved lane to the end
                                                                            of the Champlain Bridge        PANAMA
                                       terminal
           +2 to 6 min
           added to the 2018 time




          2019 to 2021                Downtown                              Reserved lane to the end
                                       terminal                             of the Champlain Bridge        CHEVRIER

           +6 to 10 min
           added to the 2018 time




Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times.
South Shore sector
Please visit rem.info to monitor the different work phases and measures implemented.




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South Shore sector
Réseau express métropolitain construction
 The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

 Canora/Mont-Royal area
 Transforming the Deux-Montagnes line into an automated, light rail system will significantly increase the
 line’s capacity, multiply the number of connections with other networks – including three métro connections
 – and offer a quicker route on a daily basis. Completing the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) in your
 area will require major construction work in the coming years. During this time, public transit options will
 be maintained at all times.

 Here are the specific measures taken and estimated travel times:

 • Early 2020 – Closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel (train service interruption at Bois-Franc)
       • Enhancement of existing bus service on the Montréal métro's Blue and Orange lines
       • Shuttle buses with preferential measures for buses (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. under
          study) between the stations and various métro stations
 • 2022 – Commissioning of the REM




                                                                                                       Central
          2018                     YOUR                                                                station
                                  STATION
       8 to 10 min


                                                       PMBs currently            Orange line
                                                       being assessed
                                                                                                    Central station
    2020 to 2022                                     OR
                                                                                 Blue line            or métro
                                                                                                       station
       +20 to 25 min
       added to the 2018 time

                                IN YOUR AREA




Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times, which are based on
implementing the PMBs currently being assessed.
South Shore sector
The specific measures presented are intended to offer reliable service with the least number of transfers
possible, and a travel time that is competitive with travelling by car.


All of the details regarding these measures (bus stop locations, frequency, precise routes and
arrival/departure times) will be presented in the fall of 2019.




Follow work                               Download the Chrono application             Visit the transit
progress at: rem.info                     to help you travel more efficiently         companies’ websites for
                                          throughout each phase of the                specific measures
                                          project
South Shore sector
Réseau express métropolitain construction
 The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

 Côte-Vertu area (Bois-Franc, Du Ruisseau and Montpellier stations)
 Transforming the Deux-Montagnes line into an automated, light rail system will significantly increase the
 line’s capacity, multiply the number of connections with other networks – including three métro connections
 – and offer a quicker route on a daily basis. Completing the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) in your
 area will require major construction work in the coming years. During this time, public transit options will
 be maintained at all times.

 Here are the specific measures taken and estimated travel times:

 • Early 2020 – Closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel (train service interruption at Bois-Franc)
       • Enhancement of existing bus service
       • Setting up of shuttle buses between the stations and Côte-Vertu métro station
       • Shuttle buses with preferential measures by bus (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. in place)
          from the Bois-Franc station to the Côte-Vertu station
 • 2022 – Commissioning of the REM




                                                                                                       Central
          2018                     YOUR                                                                station
                                  STATION
       15 to 20 min


                                                       PMBs in place
                                                      Bois-Franc station
                                                                                                     Central station
                                                                                 métro                 or métro
    2020 to 2022                                     OR                          Côte-Vertu
                                                                                                        station
       +20 to 25 min
       added to the 2018 time

                                IN YOUR AREA




Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times, which are based on
implementing the PMBs currently being assessed.
South Shore sector
The specific measures presented are intended to offer reliable service with the least number of transfers
possible, and a travel time that is competitive with travelling by car.


All of the details regarding these measures (bus stop locations, frequency, precise routes and
arrival/departure times) will be presented in the fall of 2019.




Follow work                               Download the Chrono application             Visit the transit
progress at: rem.info                     to help you travel more efficiently         companies’ websites for
                                          throughout each phase of the                specific measures
                                          project
South Shore sector
Réseau express métropolitain construction
     The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

     Mascouche Line area
     Transforming the Deux-Montagnes line into an automated, light rail system will connect the Mascouche Line
     to a new expanded transit system that will include three connections to Montréal’s métro system. The new
     transfer station was designed to offer direct, efficient and fluid transfers to facilitate integration of both transit
     networks. Completing the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) will require major construction work in the
     coming years. During this time, public transit options will be maintained at all times.

     Specific measures taken and estimated travel times:

     •    Early 2020 – Closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel (train service interruption at Ahuntsic)
              • Maintenance of train service for users whose destination is between the Mascouche and Ahuntsic
                 stations
              • Enhancement of existing bus service at stations on the Island of Montréal and the Green line
              • Shuttle buses with preferential measures for buses (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc.)
                 between the Mascouche, Terrebonne and Repentigny stations to the Radisson station on the
                 Green line
     •    2022 – Commissioning of the REM


                                                                                                                      Central
            2018                     YOUR STATION                                                                     station
         Varies by
         station



     2020 to 2022

         +10 to 15 min                                                                                         Central station
         to the 2018 time, varies                                                          Green line
         by station                 IN YOUR AREA                                           Various stations,   or métro station
                                                                                           depending on the area

           Option 1
         Recommended


           Option 2

                                                                                            métro
                                                                                                               Central station
                                                                                            Sauvé              or métro station
                                                                      Sauvé station
                                      YOUR                            5 to 7 minutes
                                     STATION
Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times, which are based on
implementing the PMBs currently being assessed.
South Shore sector
The specific measures presented
                                                                are intended to offer reliable
                                                                service with the least number of
                                                                transfers possible, and a travel
                                                                time that is competitive with
                                                                travelling by car.




All of the details regarding these measures (bus stop locations, frequency, precise routes and
arrival/departure times) will be presented in the fall of 2019.




Follow work                        Download the Chrono application           Visit the transit
progress at: rem.info              to help you travel more efficiently       companies’ websites for
                                   throughout each phase of the              specific measures
                                   project
South Shore sector
Réseau express métropolitain construction
     The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

     Roxboro/Sunnybrooke area
     Transforming the Deux-Montagnes line into an automated, light rail system will significantly increase the
     line’s capacity, multiply the number of connections with other networks – including three métro connections
     – and offer a quicker route on a daily basis. Completing the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) in your
     area will require major construction work in the coming years. During this time, public transit options will
     be maintained at all times.

     Here are the specific measures taken and estimated travel times:

     • Early 2020 – Closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel (train service interruption at Bois-Franc)
           • Rail shuttles maintained to the Bois-Franc station, and connection by shuttle bus with preferential
              measures for buses (e.g.: reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. in place) to the Côte-Vertu
              station
           • Shuttle buses with preferential measures for buses (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. under
              study), directly to the Côte-Vertu métro station
     • Mid-2021 – Closure of the Deux-Montagnes line (complete service interruption)
           • Shuttle buses with preferential measures for buses (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. under
              study), directly to the Côte-Vertu métro station, and then beginning in 2022 to the REM’s Du
              Ruisseau station
     • Late 2023 – Commissioning of the REM



          2018                                                                                                   Central
                                 YOUR STATION                                                                    station

       25 to 30 min
                                                       Assessing PMBs
                                                      Bois-Franc Station
   2020 to mid-2021
                                                                                                         Central station
                                                                                           Métro
                                                                                                         or métro station
     +25 to 30 min                  YOUR
                                                                                           Côte-Vertu

     added to 2018 time            STATION



   Mid-2021 to 2023

      +25 to 30 min                                                                        Métro
                                                                                                         Central station
      added to 2018 time                                                                                 or métro station
                                                                                           Côte-Vertu

                                                         PMBs currently               or
                                 IN YOUR AREA
                                                         being assessed
                                                                                           Du Ruisseau beginning in 2022

Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times, which are based on
implementing the PMBs currently being assessed.
The specific measures
                                                                         presented are intended
                                                                         to offer reliable service
                                                                         with the least number of
                                                                         transfers possible, and a
                                                                         travel time that is
                                                                         competitive with
                                                                         travelling by car.




All of the details regarding these measures (bus stop locations, frequency, precise routes and
arrival/departure times) will be presented in the fall of 2019.




Follow work                        Download the Chrono application       Visit the transit
progress at: rem.info              to help you travel more efficiently   companies’ websites for
                                   throughout each phase of the          specific measures
                                   project
Réseau express métropolitain construction
     The largest public transit project in Quebec in the past 50 years

     Deux-Montagnes/Laval area
     Transforming the Deux-Montagnes line into an automated, light rail system will significantly increase the
     line’s capacity, multiply the number of connections with other networks – including three métro connections
     – and offer a quicker route on a daily basis. Completing the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) in your
     area will require major construction work in the coming years. During this time, public transit options will
     be maintained at all times.

     Here are the specific measures taken and estimated travel times:

     • Early 2020 – Closure of the Mont-Royal tunnel (train service interruption at Bois-Franc)
           • Rail shuttles maintained to the Bois-Franc station, and connection by shuttle bus with preferential
              measures for buses (e.g.: reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. in place) to the Côte-Vertu
              station
     • Mid-2021 – Closure of the Deux-Montagnes line (complete service interruption)
           • Shuttle buses with preferential measures for buses (reserved lane, priority traffic lights, etc. under
              study), directly to the Côte-Vertu métro station, and then beginning in 2022 to the REM’s Du
              Ruisseau station
     • Late 2023 – Commissioning of the REM




          2018                                                                                                   Central
                               YOUR STATION                                                                      station
       35-45 min
                                                       Assessing PMBs
                                                      Bois-Franc Station
   2020 to mid-2021                                                                                      Central station
                                                                                           Métro
                                                                                           Côte-Vertu
                                                                                                         or métro station
       +35 to 40 min            YOUR STATION
       added to 2018 time




   Mid-2021 to 2023
       Estimates currently                                                                               Central station
       being assessed                                                                      Métro
       PMBs to be confirmed                                                                Côte-Vertu    or métro station
       on the local network
                                                         PMBs currently               or
                                 IN YOUR AREA
                                                         being assessed
                                                                                           Du Ruisseau beginning in 2022


Various technical experts are still being consulted regarding optimization of travel times, which are based on
implementing the PMBs currently being assessed.
The specific
                                                                           measures presented
                                                                           are intended to offer
                                                                           reliable service with
                                                                           the least number of
                                                                           transfers possible,
                                                                           and a travel time that
                                                                           is competitive with
                                                                           travelling by car.




All of the details regarding these measures (bus stop locations, frequency, precise routes and
arrival/departure times) will be presented in the fall of 2019.




Follow work                        Download the Chrono application       Visit the transit
progress at: rem.info              to help you travel more efficiently   companies’ websites for
                                   throughout each phase of the          specific measures
                                   project
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