Access the Montréal-Trudeau Airport with REM
In 2023, the REM will offer fast and direct service to the airport regardless of traffic. Allow approximately 20 minutes from downtown. The three main metro lines (blue, green and orange) will also be one just one connection away from the airport.
Here are the travel times from the 25 other REM stations to the airport.
- Rive-Sud: 41'
- Du Quartier: 38'
- Panama: 35'
- Île-des-Soeurs: 31'
- Griffintown – Bernard-Landry: 27'
- Bonaventure-Central Station: 25' with regular service, 20' with express shuttles*
- McGill: 24' with regular service, 19' with express shuttles*
- Édouard-Montpetit: 21' with regular service, 16' with express shuttles*
*Unlike regular service, express shuttles do not serve all stations. The exact list of express stations remains to be confirmed.
Mount-Royal and Saint-Laurent
- Canora: 18'
- Mont-Royal: 17'
- Correspondance A40: 15'
- Montpellier: 13'
- Du Ruisseau: 11'
- Bois-Franc: 9'
- Technoparc: 2'
- Sunnybrooke: approx. 20'
- Roxboro-Pierrefonds: approx. 22'
- Des Sources: approx. 22'
- Pointe-Claire: approx. 26'
- Kirkland: approx. 29'
- Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue: approx. 32'
- Île-Bigras: approx. 25'
- Sainte-Dorothée: approx. 27'
- Grand-Moulin: approx. 30'
- Deux-Montagnes: approx. 32'
When you arrive at a REM station, the panels will indicate what the next departing train’s final destination is. For example, from downtown, three terminal stations are possible toward West: Deux-Montagnes, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue or Montréal-Trudeau Airport. Simply hop on the last one! Approximately one in three REM will go to the airport (outside of the morning and evening peak period), the equivalent to a REM every 10 to 15 minutes.
If you take the REM from the West Island or the North Shore, you will have to transfer at the Bois-Franc station to go to the airport. We estimate the time of correspondence to 6 minutes on average (included in the calculations above).
The REM in brief
Stations map, travel time, frequency, architectural renders...