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Itinerary Bus Stop


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.

November-December 2019  

Work at the Panama terminal will continue with the construction of a temporary terminal (opening date pending) and a temporary parking lot, which will open on November 26. This work, which involves building a completely new network, is being done in phases through 2021 in order to minimize the impact on users.

Closure of the Panama tunnel 

To allow construction to go ahead on the Panama station, the Panama tunnel will be permanently closed, effective November 1, 2019. 

Temporary parking lot and terminal

The temporary parking lot will open on November 11, followed by the temporary bus terminal in a few months’ time. A new entrance to the parking lot has been built on boulevard Pelletier. The number of parking spaces is unchanged, and a few dozen new spaces will be added in December.


Explore other ways to travel!

Until the REM opens, several RTL bus lines will be running a direct service from a number of residential and commercial sectors in Brossard, Longueuil and Saint-Lambert to Montréal’s Downtown terminal via the Samuel de Champlain Bridge, particularly during rush hour. Click here to find out more about these lines.



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