Not sure which transit fare to choose?
Need more information?
See the ARTM Fare Schedule for all fare types and rates or read the document Trouver le bon titre pour essayer le REM (French only).
The four fare zones of Greater Montréal
The REM operates between zones A (Île-des-Soeurs station and Central Station) and B (Panama, Du Quartier and Brossard stations). When fully commissioned, the REM will operate between zones A, B and C.
Don’t know which zone(s) you travel in? Learn about zones A, B, C and D on the ARTM website.
Map of the fare zones
- Zone A: agglomeration of Montréal
- Zone B: agglomerations of Longueuil and Laval
- Zone C: northern and southern suburbs
- Zone D: certain municipalities outside the ARTM boundary
Bus, metro, train and REM services are free at all times for children aged 11 and under while accompanied by a person aged 14 or older who is supervising them. The accompanying person must have a valid and validated fare and may not accompany more than 5 children aged 6 to 11.
Free for those 65 years and older in zone A
As of July 1, 2023, free transportation for those 65 years of age and older will be offered to residents of the Montréal agglomeration.
This free ride will be valid for travel “All Modes” in zone A by REM and by bus, metro, commuter train or paratransit.
To take advantage of this free service, see the details here on the STM website.
Where can I buy my ticket?
You can buy your tickets at any of our stations, at metropolitan ticket offices, at bus terminals, at train stations or at various points of sale.
Fares are compatible with your OPUS card.
You can buy your tickets through other types of cards as well. This comparison chart will help you find the card(s) that meets your needs.