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START OF WORK ON THE RÉSEAU EXPRESS MÉTROPOLITAIN (REM) IN THE AGGLOMÉRATION DE LONGUEUIL
 


The Réseau express métropolitain is a major public transit project in the Greater Montréal region.

Eventually, this light rail system will include 26 stations, three of which will be located on the territory of the Agglomération de Longueuil: the Rive-Sud, Du Quartier, and Panama stations.


The construction of a temporary terminal, followed by a new bus terminal and the REM’s Panama station will involve major construction work starting in September 2018, and extending until 2021.
 

 
From April 15 until the end of summer 2019

Approximately 50 parking spaces will be temporarily unavailable at the Panama terminal.
 
Work at the Panama terminal was started in 2018 with the construction of a new terminal and a temporary parking lot, which will be ready by late summer 2019. This work, which involves building a completely new network, is being done in phases through 2021 in order to minimize the impact on users.
 
By late summer 2019, approximately 80 parking spaces will reopen, for a total of about 1,230 spaces.

Work will begin in the centre reserved bus lanes on Autoroute 10

ltimately, the REM will run down the middle of Autoroute 10, where the reserved bus lanes are currently located. Starting in spring 2019, work on the REM will begin in the centre reserved bus lanes on Autoroute 10; as a result, the Chevrier tunnel will be permanently closed on April 26. For full details about route changes, visit http://www.rtl-longueuil.qc.ca/en-CA/customer-service/network-info.
 
After the closure of the Chevrier tunnel and throughout the work, a reserved bus lane will be opened in high-traffic areas; it will be moved around during the different phases of the project to ensure efficient service for public transit users.
 

Discover more ways to get around!

There are a number of RTL bus lines that run between several residential and commercial districts of Brossard, Longueuil and Saint-Lambert, and the Downtown Montréal terminal, via the Champlain bridge, in particular during the morning and afternoon rush hours.


To consult all RTL bus routes and schedules, use our search tool at the top of the page.

 

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For full information about the upcoming work : rem.info