The Réseau express métropolitain (REM) is a new automated light metro network. It will include 26 stations and span the greater Montréal area with 67 km of tracks–by comparison, the current metro network is 71 km long!
The REM is the largest public transit project undertaken in Québec in the last fifty years. The first trains are scheduled to depart in 2023 between Brossard and Central Station. The segments heading to Anse-à-l'Orme and Deux-Montagne stations are scheduled to begin service at the end of 2024. Finally, the segment to the Montréal Airport is scheduled to open in 2027.
Travel times and frequency
The REM will provide reliable service 20 hours a day, 7 days a week to suit your routine, whether you’re going to work, going home, or going out for the evening or on the weekends. Check our interactive map to see the travel times between stations and the frequency at your future station.Interactive map
A REM every 3.5 minutes in downtown
A metro station at the airport
Next station: Montréal-Trudeau Airport. The REM will make it possible for travellers to easily cross the city without worrying about traffic congestion. From downtown, it will take approximately 20 to 25 minutes to go to the airport.Learn more