Passengers need a valid STL ticket or pass to board a bus on our network. To travel between Laval and Montreal by train, bus and/or metro, get a TRAM Zone 3 monthly pass.
Fare system: The Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) sets public transportation fares in the Greater Montreal Area. Look at the complete fee schedule for the STL, the STM, the RTL and exo.
Applicable rates (in French)
Applicable rates as of July 2021 (in French)
Paratransit: Single rate for trips within Laval and double rate for metropolitain trips. Learn more about payment methods accepted for our paratransit service or look at the complete ARTM fee schedule for the STL, the STM, the RTL and exo.
Applicable rates for paratransit (in French)
Applicable rates as of July 2021 for paratransit (in French)
Opus card: Available at a cost of $6 and usable for a period of 4 years, the regular Opus card is the most practical way to buy tickets, whether monthly or single passes. It also allows you to get an annual Opus+ membership to save time and money. Learn more.
Reduced fares: Certain conditions may apply. Read the details about each fare type to see if you’re eligible for a reduced fare. Kids ages 6 to 11 and seniors age 65 and over require a photo ID Opus card in order to take advantage of reduced fares.
Fare zones: Wondering what type of ticket to buy? It depends on your needs and which fare zones you travel in.
Special deals: Check out our discounts and free offers! You could save money on evening, weekend and holiday travel.
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|Here are some valid requests to activate departure and arrival location suggestions and get your itinirary.|
|Address||900 St-Martin Blvd
|Intersection||Industriel bldv and Michelin st
industriel and michelin
|Postal Code||H7S 1Y9