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Public Transportation

Public Transit

Public transportation services by bus and taxibus are provided by exo across the entire territory.

  • Exo guarantees regular services 7 days a week, as well as rush-hour service from Monday to Friday, for a quick trip to work. 10-minute bus service and about 40 departures during peak periods get you to Montréal in less than 30 minutes, thanks to the reserved lane.

    The exo website provides information about schedules and rates.

  • To improve service in certain areas, public transportation service by taxi is offered by reservation, to round out the bus service in areas where there are no buses outside peak hours. A sign in the taxi shows that it offers taxibus service.

    To find out more, please see the taxibus brochure.

  • The Vélo-bus bike service, available for free on the entire network, is simple: get your bike on and off the bus at the stop of your choice using the bus rack. No reservations required.

    Since the rack can only hold two regular bikes at a time, this is a first-come first-served system. No bikes can be taken inside the buses.

    You must be 16 or over or be accompanied by an adult to use the bike rack. For safety reasons, the driver is not allowed to leave their seat to help you. The driver can refuse to accept a bike at any time.

    To find out more, please see the user guide.

  • The park-and-ride facility, with a capacity of 535 parking places, is located at 42, boul. Saint-Jean-Baptiste .

    Racks for up to 15 bicycles are also available.

    This parking lot also has two electric terminals.

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