STL - Société de transport de Laval




LAST UPDATE - MAY 12, 2022



Wearing face covering is still mandatory for aged 10 or more.



Remaining sanitary rules at bus terminals and on the regular bus and shared taxis network:

  • Starting on May 14, wearing a mask will no longer be required on platforms or inside terminals. However, it will remain mandatory for people age 10 and over to wear a face mask in public transit: bus, shared taxis and paratransit vehicles.
  • Do not board if you have Coronavirus symptoms (fever, new or worsening cough, difficulty breathing, sudden loss of smell without nasal congestion – with or with loss of taste), are waiting for a COVID-19 test result or if you are self-isolating


Rules by the CNESST:

  • Bus drivers are not required to wear a procedural face mask behind their protected driving area.


Remaining sanitary rules for the paratransit service:

  • Wearing face covering is mandatory for passengers and drivers


At all times, please apply the health directives from public health authorities.

For your safety and that of others, please wear your face covering adequately for the complete duration of your trip. Thank you for keeping civic-mindedness top-of-mind at all times. Moving forward together while respecting the new rules!

Please bear in mind that it is not the bus driver’s responsibility to refuse entry to or force out users not wearing a mask on STL buses or facilities. Our teams’ role regarding the mandatory face covering rule as well as the application of any other rules is to remind users about the directives in place, maintain bus service so the other users on board are not penalized, and notify a supervisor in situations requiring further intervention.


OPUS cards with photo ID: schedule an appointment!

OPUS cards will be issued and renewed by appointment only to foster social distancing at ticket offices. Make sure you’ve completed all of the required documents and to have them on you when leaving for your appointment. Questions? Contact us: 450-688-6520.





We are a team

The STL and Cosmo from the Rocket de Laval team up to cheer you up! Let's continue to give our 100% in order to stop the virus.


We are in constant communication with government agencies and our fellow public transit authorities in a joint effort to find common solutions. We are adapting accordingly as new directives arise. As a public transit authority, the STL will continue to adhere to the recommendations of public health agencies.

The hygiene rules recognized and recommended by the provincial public health agency Santé publique are still the most effective way to prevent infection and the virus from spreading.

Here are the main preventive measures put in place by the STL.

Regular network

  • Distribution of near 50,000 face coverings to users in 2020.
  • Protected driving area installed in order to allow front-door boarding and fare validation
  • Daily cleaning operations in our buses and facilities (head office and terminals) — in particular, handrails, poles and grab handles

Paratransit service

  • Mailing of 1,000 face coverings to paratransit users in 2020.
  • All minibus are cleaned and sanitized daily.
  • As much as possible, minibus are cleaned before picking up new clients.
  • All passengers are given hand sanitizer gel.
  • Taxi drivers providing paratransit service are cleaning their vehicles more often.

STL employees, partners, suppliers and visitors

  • Access will be denied to anyone with coronavirus symptoms.
  • Access will be denied to anyone living with someone infected with the coronavirus.
  • Reusable face coverings were distributed to our employees and procedure masks are provided in our workspaces.



Reported cases at the STL

The STL takes this situation very seriously and all means are being used to safeguard the health of our employees and transit users. Employees who test positive for COVID-19 are required to immediately self-isolate. Any and all surfaces and areas an infected employees has been in contact with are cleaned and disinfected at once.

This table is updated every Friday:

Job category Number of cases Recovered
Office workers 60 60
Maintenance and infrastructure personnel 92 88
Drivers and supervisors 345 327
Total 497 475




Our agents are also available to answer your questions pertaining to our service: 450-688-6520.

If you are a paratransit service user and would like to cancel a trip, please call the booking centre at 450-973-3111.


Here are some valid requests to activate departure and arrival location suggestions and get your itinirary.
Address 900 St-Martin Blvd
900 st-martin
3225 A440
3225 a440
Intersection Industriel bldv and Michelin st
industriel and michelin
Location Centre Laval
centre lav
Metro Métro Cartier
métro car
Station Gare Centrale
Stop number 41649
Postal Code H7S 1Y9