Transport fares

TRAM fares and those giving access to the exo's network are loaded onto your OPUS card or a Solo card.

Rates depend on several factors:

  • The modes of transport used (access to all modes or commuter train only)

  • The fare zone (zones 1 to 8)

  • The fare classification (regular, student, reduced)

  • The type and quantity of fares purchased (yearly membership, monthly, 6-ticket booklet


TRAM fares give access to the commuter train, bus and metro networks in Greater Montréal
Train Train
Bus bus
Metro Metro



TRAIN fares gives access to the commuter train network only.
Train Train



Here is the list of available titles: Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan (formerly BLUS) sector, Haut-Saint-Laurent sector, Laurentides sector, Richelain sector, Presqu'Île sector, Roussillon sector, Southwest sector, Sorel sector -Varennes, Richelieu Valley Sector, Terrebonne-Mascouche Sector (formerly Urbis MRC Les Moulins), L'Assomption Sector (formerly RTCR MRC L'Assomption) and Ville de Sainte-Julie.


Fares from other public transit authorities (PTA)

You may also purchase fares issued by other Greater Montréal public transit authorities (PTA) at our metropolitan ticket offices.


Visit their respective website to learn more on their tickets, fares and terms.


Trains on the Vaudreuil/Hudson line will run on a Sunday schedule on Quebec's National Holiday and on Canada Day, June 24 and July 1st, 2024.