There are hundreds of points of sale in the Greater Montréal metropolitan area where you can buy a transit fare. Inquire about fares before travelling, as some fares are not sold everywhere.

Find a point of sale near you

The locator tool displays several types of points of sale:

  • Metropolitan ticket offices;
  • STM and exo points of service;
  • Authorized retailers (e.g. grocery stores, convenience stores, pharmacies);
  • Fare vending machines.

Localisateur de points de vente

Liste des points de vente près de vous :
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Terminus Angrignon

3500 Boulevard Des Trinitaires, Montréal, Québec, H4E 4J3

(514) 394-3074 Itinéraire
Horaire d’ouverture
dimanche Fermé
lundi 8 h 30 à 16 h 30
mardi 8 h 30 à 16 h 30
mercredi 8 h 30 à 16 h 30
jeudi 8 h 30 à 16 h 30
vendredi 8 h 30 à 18 h
samedi 8 h 30 à 18 h

Good to know

Some services and transit fares are not available at all points of sale. Before visiting a point of sale, it is best to confirm that the service is available.

  • Metropolitan ticket offices: They offer most services, such as designated OPUS cards and photo OPUS cards. They also sell all transit fares available in the Greater Montréal metropolitan area.
  • STM and exo points of service: They offer certain services and sell certain transit fares. Services and fares vary by location.
  • Authorized retailers: They mainly sell transit fares specific to their fare zone (A, B, C or D).

Know the transit fares and prices

An accessible version of the fare schedule is available on request. Send your request to

Find out more

To obtain it, you must:

  1. Fill out the OPUS card with photo application form.
  1. Submit the form in person at a point of service.

Please note that you may need to make an appointment before coming. Ask your transportation agency for information on where to get your OPUS card.

  1. Pay the photo OPUS card issuance fee.

Go to a metropolitan ticket office or an STM or exo point of service to obtain a new OPUS card allowing the purchase of these transit fares. This new, designated OPUS card will be issued to you free of charge on presentation of a valid OPUS card registered in your name.

If you’re not sure whether this service is available, we suggest you call ahead.

Metropolitan ticket offices offer all the information you need about pricing. Ticket agents are trained to answer your questions. You’ll also find various tools to help you, such as information sheets.

STM and exo points of service will also be able to give you pricing information and answer your questions.

In most other points of sale, such as authorized retailers (pharmacies, convenience stores, grocery stores), on-site employees have limited knowledge of pricing. It will be difficult for them to answer all your questions.

Use the fare selector to easily find a fare for your trip and its price. Enter your municipality of departure and arrival, and the tool will suggest one or more suitable fares for your trip.

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