Mode of Transportation:
- Web Site:
- Société de transport de Montréal (public transit)
- Telephone Number:
- Information: (514) 280-5653; Accessible routes information: (514) 288-6287
- Fax Number:
- (514) 280-5100
800 De La Gauchetière
Hours of Operations
Hours of Service:
- Service is offered seven days a week but the schedule varies depending on the route. Please check Planibus or contact (514) 288-6287.
- Sunday schedule is in effect on statutory holidays.
Office Hours (for Making Reservations):
- It is best to check the bus schedule at a given stop to ensure that the arriving bus will have a lowered floor.
- Regular transportation services are offered to people travelling in a wheelchair only at stops with a sign of a universal icon in a blue square or an orange circle.
Geographic Areas Serviced
Service is offered in the region of the Montreal Island area.
Description of Services Provided
- Low-floor buses provide service 52 weeks per year.
Accessible bus routes for wheelchair users:
- Some 150 of the network's bus routes provide accessible service to persons with limited mobility using a wheelchair. The times at which an accessible bus is expected to arrive at a given bus stop are marked with an * on Planibus timetables.
The following 37 bus routes are NOT accessible to wheelchairs:
- 25, 66, 74, 76, 109, 112, 116, 123, 126, 135, 143, 159, 173, 175, 188, 196, 200, 204, 205, 207, 209, 210, 213, 214, 216, 217, 218, 219, 251, 261, 265, 268, 460, 480, 505, 515 and 935.
- You may want to check the schedule to make sure that the bus you intend to take at a specific bus stop is a low-floor bus.
- Accessible service is available only at stops displaying the universal accessibility symbol, which may appear in a blue square or in an orange circle.
Restrictions and/or Requirements for Use
- No bookings are required.
- Standard and electric wheelchairs, and scooters that are no larger than 117 cm long and 66 cm wide are accepted. Wheelchairs equipped with a large bag in the back can be problematic.