How much does taking the REM cost?
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.
Avoid waiting in line by purchasing your transit tickets in advance at any one of the following points of sale:
List of sales points in the Greater Montreal area
List of sales points in the Longueuil agglomeration
List of sales points in the southern suburbs
Geographic zone-based fares
You must have a fare that is valid for your zone of departure, your destination zone, and any zones in between.
The Greater Montréal area is divided into four 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 territory of the ARTM
The REM operates between zones A (Île-des-Soeurs station and Central Station) and B (Panama, Du Quartier and Brossard stations).
Several fares are valid for the REM:
- All Modes fares allow you to take the metro, train, bus and the REM. Based on your zones of departure and arrival you can choose either of the following fares: All Modes A, All Modes AB, All Modes ABC or All Modes ABCD.
- Certain fares allow you to use the REM between Brossard and Montréal along with certain RTL or exo bus services. Based on your trip, you may choose the special bus fares related to the REM.
- If you only want to use the REM between Brossard and Central Station, without an option for taking the metro, train or bus, you may choose an All Modes fare or special bus fare related to the South Shore REM, according to your situation.
- The Unlimited Evening and Unlimited Weekend fares let you take as many trips as you want between zones A, B, C and D regardless of modes of transportation.
To help you find the fare that fits your transit needs, please use the ARTM fare selector.