Hours of service and travel
The REM will run 20 hours a day and its passage frequency varies between 3 minutes 45 seconds and 7 minutes 30 seconds. The schedule and frequency of the REM depend on peak hours, weekdays, weekends and holidays.
You can use a trip planner to find the best route to get from home to your destination.
Every station offers universal access and has an elevator. Some stations also have escalators.
REM stations are not equipped with toilets, like the Montréal metro stations.
The price of your ticket will depend on your trip. Your fare must be valid for your zone of departure, your destination zone, and any zones in between.
With an “All Modes” fare, you can! These transit fares let you take the REM, the bus, the train and the metro in Greater Montréal.
You can buy your tickets at all existing points of sale, including the metropolitan ticket offices, in the metro stations, in the train stations and in each of the REM stations. Your transit fares can be loaded onto your OPUS card.
You can purchase either an All Modes fare or one of the special bus fares related to the REM’s commissioning, which allows you to use the REM, as appropriate to your situation and location.
Before the arrival of the REM, I used to take a bus from the South Shore that went directly to downtown Montreal with a monthly bus pass. Will my pass still be accepted with the arrival of the REM?
Monthly Bus passes will exceptionally be authorized on the REM network until July 31. From August 1, you'll need to buy one of the passes that allow you to take the REM, either the Tous modes (AB, ABC or ABCD) or one of the special exo or RTL bus passes.
Some REM stations offer park-and-ride lots. Parking is available at Brossard and Panama stations, including both free and paid spaces.
The paid parking spaces at Panama and Brossard stations are managed by Indigo.
You can park your car for a maximum period of 24 hours.
The paid parking spaces are managed by Indigo.
Rules and useful information
If you lose an item, please contact the REM customer service centre at Montréal’s Central Station.
You can bring the item to the REM customer service centre at Montréal’s Central Station or give it to a REM employee.
REM is conducting a pilot project to allow bicycles on its network at all times, except during the rush hours. There is a limit of two bicycles per car.
Yes, bike racks are available at each REM station.
Guide dogs and service dogs are allowed on the REM. Other animals must travel in carrier cages. REM is conducting a pilot project to allow dogs on a leash on the network at all times, except during rush hours, certain conditions apply.
I have a card entitling me to have a companion ride with me for free on the regular network, which was issued by a transit authority other than the REM. Can I also have a companion ride with me for free on the REM?
Yes, an OPUS card entitling you to have a companion ride with you for free on the regular network that was issued by exo, the Réseau de transport de Longueuil (RTL), the Société de transport de Laval (STL) or the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is accepted on our network. We also accept companion cards issued by the Joliette RCM and the Réseau de transport de la Capitale (RTC).
None of the REM stations will have any, but there are plans for commercial spaces at the Panama and Brossard terminals, which are managed by the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain.