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There are three REM stations in total in the South Shore sector, all located in the City of Brossard.

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Stations in this sector

Brossard Station. The Brossard station is the REM’s Rive-Sud terminal station, at the intersection of highways 10 and 30. It is a regional station that includes a park-and-ride lot of nearly 3,000 spaces and a large bus terminal with 21 platforms. Image for indicative purposes only.
Brossard Station. The Brossard station is the REM’s Rive-Sud terminal station, at the intersection of highways 10 and 30. It is a regional station that includes a park-and-ride lot of nearly 3,000 spaces and a large bus terminal with 21 platforms. Image for indicative purposes only.
Du Quartier Station. Du Quartier station is located near Quartier DIX30 and the new Solar Uniquartier project. Its two footbridges will connect both sides of the highway and create a new pedestrian link to Brossard. Image for indicative purposes only.
Du Quartier Station. Du Quartier station is located near Quartier DIX30 and the new Solar Uniquartier project. Its two footbridges will connect both sides of the highway and create a new pedestrian link to Brossard. Image for indicative purposes only.
Panama Station. The Panama Station will be located in the middle of Highway 10. It is distinguished with the integration of a skylight into its architecture and its large public square. It is also where the largest bus terminal in the network is located, which services the agglomeration of Longueuil. A canopy, not shown in the illustration, will connect the bus terminal to the station entrance. Image for indicative purposes only.
Panama Station. The Panama Station will be located in the middle of Highway 10. It is distinguished with the integration of a skylight into its architecture and its large public square. It is also where the largest bus terminal in the network is located, which services the agglomeration of Longueuil. A canopy, not shown in the illustration, will connect the bus terminal to the station entrance. Image for indicative purposes only.
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The REM on the South Shore

Work

Work in progress 

REM testing on the South Shore

REM tests in automated mode are underway, from the Brossard station to the Central Station. All the components of the system (telecommunications, electrical system, passenger information, etc.) are being tested there, under different weather conditions. Keep your eyes open if you are driving on Highway 10 in Brossard, you might just see a REM car in action!

© Alstom / C. Fleury

5 Critical Pre-Commissioning Milestones

Overview of tests to follow closely this year.

Construction of the Brossard, Du Quartier and Panama stations

The Brossard, Du Quartier and Panama stations, as well as the bus terminals at Brossard and Panama, are almost complete. At Panama, work on the future parking lots and the connection with the T sector is underway.

 

The Lapinière Boulevard and Montée Gobeil sector  

The new overpass providing direct access to the Brossard station from Highway 10 West is nearing completion. Work is underway to complete the road approaches.

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Construction activities
Until 2022

Construction of Panama station

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Construction activities
Until 2022

Construction of the station Du Quartier

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Public meetings

Visit our Events page to access summaries of the past meetings.

FAQ

South Shore

Departure frequency. The REM will be in service 20 hours/day, 7 days/week, with departures on the South Shore every 2.5 minutes during peak hours, and every 5 minutes during off-peak hours. 

Double the capacity. The REM will significantly increase network capacity. Once it is commissioned, twice as many public transit customers will be able to cross the Champlain Bridge to Montréal. 

Greater reliability for the trip home. Thanks to its dedicated corridor, the REM will take you from downtown to: 
the Panama Station in less than 10 minutes, Du Quartier in 13 minutes, and Brossard in 15 minutes. The congestion that buses currently deal with when leaving downtown will be a thing of the past – make way for reliable, fast and frequent service! 

Connections to metro lines. The REM will be connected to three current Montréal metro lines: the blue line via Édouard-Montpetit Station, the green line via McGill Station, and the orange line, via Central Station. You can also get to the airport, the West Island and the North Shore. 

Yes, the REM will run on the central deck of the new Champlain Bridge, replacing the reserved bus lane. To access the bridge, the REM will run down the middle of Highway 10, between the two travel lanes. On the other side of the bridge, it will stop at Île-des-Sœurs and then continue its route toward downtown, running over a new REM bridge that will cross the Île-des-Sœurs channel. 

A station at Chevrier is not planned within this project. Significant technical constraints prevent a station from being built in front of the current bus terminal. 

Until the REM’s planned commissioning in 2021, the existing Chevrier terminal will continue to operate.  

After the REM is commissioned, the bus station and park-and-ride lot at the Chevrier site will be moved south of Highway 30, to the REM’s Brossard Station. The agglomeration of Longueuil aims to keep the Chevrier sector as a transit-oriented development (TOD) area; the objective is to provide public transport service for this sector, with a method to be determined. To travel downtown, riders in the Chevrier sector will be directed to the REM station closest to their departure point. 

For more information about the REM, read our FAQ. If you have a specific question about the REM construction in your area, email or call us.

Architectural renders of the stations are presented in our Photos and videos section.

Environmental, technical and financial studies are available in our Documentation section.

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