Rates in effect

Rates in effect

The ARTM has been rolling out the fare reform in its territory since 2021. Largely completed in 2022, this reform will continue in 2024 and is designed to simplify and harmonize the pricing of regular and paratransit services in the metropolitan area.

The information below will help you find the right ticket for your trip.

1. Identify your departure and arrival zones

There are 4 fare zones. You can confirm your municipality’s fare zone by consulting this appendix of the fare schedule.

Map of fare zones of the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain.

2. Select the appropriate transit ticket for your trip

Your ticket must be valid in your departure zone, any zones you cross through, and your arrival zone, as well as on the modes of transit you use.

The All Modes, Bus and Out-of-Territory Bus tickets allow you to travel throughout the metropolitan area:

  • All Modes tickets allow you to use all transit modes in or between the zones identified (metro, REM, commuter trains, and buses).
  • The Bus ticket allows you to use bus services in or between zones A, B and C.
  • The Out-of-Territory Bus ticket allows you to use bus services in or between zones C and D, an exo bus lines circulating in zone B.
  • The fare schedule includes other transit tickets. They provide less flexible use of public transit services since they are limited to specific sectors or modes

Find your rate in the fee schedule

The grids for regular transportation (bus, metro, taxibus, train) and for paratransit are separate.

Regular transit

Fare schedule


Fare schedule

Other transit agencies in Greater Montréal

MRC de Joliette
Réseau de transport de Longueuil (RTL)
Société de transport de Laval (STL)
Société de transport de Montréal (STM)
Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

For more information about the rates in effect, visit the ARTM website (in French).

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