Taxibus on reservation:

514 273-2704 or No reservation required for line 1.

Sainte-Julie sector


In the Sainte-Julie sector, exo provides public transit service by bus in the Ville de Sainte-Julie territory.



Free local transportation in Sainte-Julie

All local trips within Ville de Sainte-Julie are free for all users. However, passengers must pay for Express Lines 600, 325, 330, 340 and 350 according to the fare schedule in force.



Taxibuses complement our bus service and are generally available upon reservation. This service operates in sectors and at times when ridership is lower.

Routes and reservations

When booking your trip, you must provide the following information:

  • Your name and phone number

  • The numbers of your boarding and arrival bus stops

  • The departure or arrival time at the desired destination

  • Your method of payment (OPUS card, Occasional card or cash)

  • Your OPUS card number if you are paying with a fare loaded to it (ensure the fare is valid)

The service runs on set schedules. You must therefore be present at the stop 5 minutes before the vehicle’s scheduled pickup time.

As this is a form of public transit, other users may ride in the same vehicle. The vehicles follow a route based on the reservations they receive. Three to five passengers are allowed aboard a taxibus to maximize trips based on the number of available vehicles.

Rates: according to the fare schedule in effect.

Payment methods and authorized fares: cash payment for a single fare, monthly pass on an OPUS card, 1, 2 or 10 trips on an Occasional or OPUS card.

*1, 2 and 10 trip fares are only valid with a transfer to a train or bus.

Guide and service dogs are allowed on taxibuses and regular buses.

Book at least 1 hour in advance.

Reservations: 514-273-2704 or online.

See the schedules and routes

Saint-Hyacinthe ACCÈS line

Exo is proud to offer the ACCÈS line to students and citizens in the Vallée-du-Richelieu and Ville de Sainte-Julie sectors.

Available Monday to Friday, the ACCÈS line offers several morning rush hour and afternoon rush hour and noon departures, aligned with the schedules of the Centre de Formation Professionnelle des Patriotes in Sainte-Julie and the Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe.

Equipped with a “carte écolo” (provided by Cégep Saint-Hyacinthe), students can ride free from their residence to the Sainte-Julie terminal to board the ACCÈS line.

Workers or anyone wishing to get to Saint-Hyacinthe by public transit can take advantage of the ACCÈS line at stops along the route, available on request only in the Saint-Hyacinthe and Sainte-Julie industrial sectors. They must hold an RTM VR sector transit pass. Users who wish to pay cash to board are asked to have exact change. No change is given to users.

Departures and arrivals of the ACCÈS line take place at the Sainte-Julie terminal.

Lines 30 (ACCÈS line) and T-30 are operated by the RTM Vallée-du-Richelieu sector. For more information about these two lines, contact us.

See the ACCÈS line schedule.

See the fares.


Consult our Paratransit page:

  • To learn about eligibility criteria

  • To make a reservation for transportation

  • To join us

  • To read our pamphlet and/or user guide (French only).

Served Territories

Transportation is available in the following territories:

  • Calixa-Lavallée

  • Contrecoeur

  • Saint-Amable

  • Saint-Antoine-sur-Richelieu

  • Sainte-Julie

  • Varennes

  • Verchères

The Paratransit service is also available outside the North and South Shores. Please note that, according to destination, transportation can either be direct or may necessitate correspondence with local transporters, and that rates may vary as well. For more information on schedules and zones, contact us.

Consult Fares and Rates

Désolé, cette page n’est pas accessible aux lecteurs d’écran ou à tout autre dispositif d’assistance. En effet, elle contient une carte géographique présentant l’emplacement des terminus et installation intermodales.

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.