As of July 1,2022, there will be three fare types that will cover most trips: the All Modes fare, the Bus fare and some special bus fares related to the launch of the REM. 

Other fares will remain available. Refer to the fare schedule to see all fares available before or after July 1.

All Modes

The All Modes fare allows you to take the bus, train, metro and REM (once in service). You may choose between All Modes A, AB, ABC and ABCD fares.

Some All Modes fares are already available. As of July 1, all of the All Modes fares will be available.


As of July 1

Bus fares give you access to bus services only. You may choose between the Bus fare and the Out-of-Territory Bus fare. 

Bus fares will be available as of July 1, 2022.

Special bus fares related to the REM

As of July 1

Until the REM is in service, these fares will allow you to travel between downtown Montréal and the southern suburbs on bus lines in sectors served by exo.

These fares will be available as of July 1, 2022.

Unlimited Evening and Unlimited Weekend

The Unlimited Evening and Unlimited Weekend passes allow unlimited travel in zones A, B, C and D, regardless of the public transit mode you choose. The more you use your pass, the more you save!

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Based on your trip

Your fare must be valid in the zone you are departing from, the zones you will travel through and the zone you will arrive in. Not sure which zone you’ll be travelling through? Find out more about zones A, B, C and D.

Based on your mode of transportation

Choose between the following fares to access the public transit services you use: bus, train, metro or the REM, once in service.

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Fares valid as of July 1, 2022

* The age 6-11 fare applies to children traveling alone. These children can travel for free on public transit. Conditions apply.

This tool presents transit fares for a trip between selected municipalities. Other transit fares may be suitable under certain conditions.

Please remember that this is not a trip planner.

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Free at all times for children

Children aged 11 and under can travel anywhere for free at all times by bus, train and metro while under the supervision of a person aged 14 and up. 

This person must have a valid transit pass and may not accompany more than five children aged 6 to 11.

Refer to the current fare schedule to see all passes and fares

Frequently asked questions

Compare transit fares and choose the one that meets your travelling needs

This information will be valid as of July 1, 2022.

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Your trip frequency

Approximately 25 times per month or more

Less than 25 times per month

On occasion

Examples of available fares

All Modes fares, Bus fares and special bus fares related to the launch of the REM

All Modes fares and Bus fares

Unlimited Evening, Unlimited Weekend and some All Modes A fares (24-hour, 3-day and weekly)

You need it... make an unlimited number of hassle-free trips during the month.

…to travel in a flexible manner. make an unlimited number of trips in a short period of time.

Reduced fare for children aged 6 to 17 or seniors aged 65 and up




(except for the weekly All Modes A fare)

Reduced fare for students aged 18 and up



(except for some local fares)


Unlimited number of trips




Subscription available




Possibility of purchasing in advance


As of the 20th day of the previous month



Fare expiry date (before activation)

The last day of the month for which it is valid



Fare expiry date (once activated)

The last day of the month for which it is valid

90 or 120 minutes

Until the end of the period for which it is valid

Points of sale and customer service

There are more than a hundred points of sale in Greater Montréal. Inquire about passes before travelling, as some are not available everywhere.  

Find a point of sale near you by visiting one of the websites below:

  • Agglomeration of Montréal – STM
  • Agglomeration of Longueuil – RTL
  • Municipality of Laval – STL
  • Northern and southern suburbs and commuter train network – exo

See also

Find out more about the fare reform

More information about zones A, B, C and D