Riding public transit with your bike
You can travel in peace with your bike on our five train lines, but make sure to follow these rules:
Give priority to other users when boarding and disembarking the train car.
Control your bike at all times and do not lean it against a train car, seat, or other equipment or train installation.
Bicycles are permitted at all times, throughout our network, with no restrictions to the amount of bikes.
Bringing your bike on board is simple!
Walk your bike to the designated area.
Climb aboard and secure the bike in a rack. If there is no rack available, go to the next car.
Stay close to your bicycle throughout the trip.
For safety reasons, employees may not help you bring your bike aboard or take it off again. You must be able to do so by your own means.
Whether to get to work, to school or to discover the Route Verte cycling paths in your region, our vélo-bus service helps make travelling easy!
How it works
This service is available for free. Simply install or remove your bike from the bus at the stop of your choice. You must however purchase a fare aboard the bus.
Certain buses are fitted with a bike rack that can hold a maximum of two (2) regular bikes. Bicycles are not permitted inside the bus.
The service is first come, first served! Reservations are not required. You must be aged 16 years or over, or be accompanied by an adult, to use the bike rack.
Partially equipped sectors
*45% of the sector offers the service
**65% of the sector offers the service
LUGGAGE HOLDS UNAVAILABLE
Please note that due to the COVID-19 situation, the luggage holds on buses are unavailable until further notice. You may only use the bike racks available on the front of the bus.
Hours of use vary according to the period of daylight:
April 15 to May 31 until 9 p.m.
June 1 to August 31 until 9:30 p.m.
September 1 to October 31 until 7:30 p.m.
For safety reasons, the driver is not allowed to leave their seat to help you. The driver may refuse for a bike to be installed in the rack at any time.