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Editorial policy

The REM Website is dedicated to the construction phase of the project. With the primary objective of informing the population about the construction in progress and to come, the Website enables citizens affected by the REM construction to follow the progress of the works, work sites and to be informed about their impacts.

Get informed

Do you live near the future network or are you directly affected by construction or its impacts on traffic? Do you need specific information for your sector?   

Visit your citizens' space:

Do you wish to keep track of works and obstacles related to the REM project?

Looking for general information about the project?  

Do you want to know more about efforts made by the REM team to limit the impacts of the construction site on citizens and the environment?

Do you wish to access documents and studies related to the project?

Are a journalist or do you work for mass media?

Netiquette for social media

The REM wishes discussions on all its online platforms to be respectful. Please follow these good conduct rules, especially for social media (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube).

Be respectful

In order to foster communication and discussion, we ask that your comments be respectful, in order to maintain a pleasant, courteous and constructive atmosphere.

Your comment, your opinion

We are interested in your ideas and opinions. When you share content on our pages, we ask you to respect copyright and to publish comments that are actually yours. If this is not the case, please make sure to indicate your sources.

Promotion: yes, but not here

Our objective is to build on the exchanges of the REM online platforms. We ask you not to post advertising or promotional material on our various pages.

Inappropriate comments

When we find a violation of the rules or conduct that we believe to be inappropriate (examples: offensive, defamatory, harassing, aggressive, discriminatory remarks, personal attacks, vulgar, obscene, or malicious language, etc.), we reserve the right to delete your comment.

Debate

Arguments may spread out and lose their connection to the discussion taking place or to the REM. We reserve the right to remove exchanges that go beyond the scope of the project, and possibly to move them into a future discussion.

Our responses to your contributions

While we respond to the vast majority of questions that are sent to us, we are unable to respond to all comments. However, we assure you that we pay close attention to all of your contributions.

N.B.1. The REM reserves the right to modify the Netiquette at any time without prior notice

N.B.2. The views expressed in the "Réseau express Métropolitain" Facebook page do not necessarily represent those of the REM.

Newsletter and alerts

On all pages of the Website, you can subscribe to REM newsletters or SMS alerts.
 

Newsletter

We invite you to subscribe so that you can receive the most recent information about the REM by email. Once you have entered your email address in the box provided, you will receive, in a few weeks, a message asking you to select the types of publications you want to receive:

  • Regular newsletter (quarterly)
  • Community newsletter: (choose your sector: South Shore, Montréal (Downtown), Montréal (Centre and Airport), Montréal (West Island), North Shore). This newsletter allows communities to follow the evolution of construction works, the main road obstructions and the mitigation measures put in place. 
  • Notice of work (choose your sector, among the five). This newsletter inform you of work and obstructions in your area.

Work alerts (SMS)

In order to be informed in advance of major obstacles to traffic (road, pedestrian, cyclist, maritime or public transit), subscribe to the REM's SMS alerts. You will receive information specific to your region.

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