You can load up to four different ticket types on your OPUS card. OPUS cards are a practical and convenient option for anyone who uses public transportation in the Metropolitan area.
Has your OPUS card expired? You can recycle your expired Opus card by dropping it in an Électrobac bin located near the Metropolitan ticket offices at the Montmorency and Cartier terminus stations.
OPUS cards (without photo ID) can be loaded with monthly passes or tickets for occasional trips.
However, it cannot be used to purchase All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD 1-, 2- and 10-trip fares at the regular fare or reduced fare.
Cards are valid during 4 years.
Cards are non-refundable.
The OPUS card with photo ID is reserved for certain customers (children, secondary school students, students aged 18 and above studying full time, seniors aged 65 and above). It enables access to certain reduced fares depending on the client's age category.
Photo ID OPUS cards must be renewed in accordance with the terms applicable for the passenger type.
It can be loaded with Bus fares, monthly All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD passes as well as some special fares, such as the XTRA, Horizon 65+ or school-related fares.
All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD 1-, 2- and 10-trip fares cannot be loaded on an OPUS card with photo ID. However, by presenting your OPUS card with photo ID, you can purchase them at the reduced fare loaded onto a second OPUS card used only for such fares. For fore information, refer to the OPUS Card Dedicated to All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD Fares section below.
Kids ages 6 to 11 if not accompanied (see details below): $6.00
Kids ages 12+: $15.00
Photo ID OPUS cards are registered automatically. That means the card contents are protected and you can recover any remaining tickets or passes if you lose your card. Certain conditions and fees may apply for card replacements, depending on what happened.
Does my child need a Photo ID OPUS Card to travel free?
Children ages 6 to 11 travel for free on public transit. At anytime, on all metropolitan networks, ages 6 to 11 travel for free when accompanied by someone aged 14 years old or more. This person must hold a valid ticket and accompany not more than 5 children. A valid ticket is required for every additionnal kid. So if your child needs to use public transit often without accompaniement, a Photo ID OPUS Card is required to buy tickets at a reduced fare. However, if he or she always travels with someone ages 14 or more, no ticket is needed, as it is free. Check our Ages 6 to 11 (reduced fare) category.
How much does a card cost?
For children who are 11 or under on October 31 of the school year, the card costs $6. Cards cost $15 for kids aged 12 and up. Cards are non-refundable.
When should I get my card?
Cards are available starting August 1 before the school year begins.
When should I renew my card?
Cards must be renewed every two years, before the expiry date indicated on the back of the card.
Where can I get my card?
What documents do I need to show to obtain or renew a card at a Metropolitan ticket office?
Where can I load my new card?
You can load your card with reduced-fare tickets or passes at a Metropolitan ticket office or at certain points of sale.
This OPUS card without photo is dedicated to purchasing All Modes AB, ABC or ABCD 1-, 2- or 10-trip fares. You can also load an All Modes AB, ABC or ABCD monthly pass on it. No other fare, such as the Bus fare or Unlimited Evening fare, may be loaded on the OPUS card dedicated to All Modes fares.
The OPUS card without photo dedicated to All Modes fares is valid for four years.
Cost: $6.00 or free following registration of a regular OPUS card
Cards are non-refundable.
Refer to the Protection in the Event of a Lost, Damaged or Stolen Card section below to learn how to register your regular OPUS card to get your second card, dedicated to All Modes, for free.
Where can you get an OPUS card dedicated to All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD?
If you don’t already have a regular OPUS card:
If you already have a regular OPUS card, you can get a dedicated OPUS card:
If you have an OPUS card with photo ID to enjoy the reduced fare, you can get a dedicated OPUS card:
Fare vending machines do not dispense dedicated OPUS cards.
Where do I reload my OPUS card dedicated to All Modes AB, ABC and ABCD?
Once you have your dedicated OPUS card in hand, you can purchase All Modes regular or reduced fares:
If your card is damaged, lost or stolen, you can get a new OPUS card that will reflect your unexpired transit fares only if you have registered your card in advance. You will then only be charged the cost of the new OPUS card based on the applicable rate. You can register your card:
Do you use paratransit services? Learn how to register your card here
Signing up for an OPUS+ annual pass can help you save time and money. You won’t have to stand in line every month for a monthly pass AND your 12th month is free!
Annual pass benefits
Terms and conditions
Monthly pass membership applications must be received on the 10th day of the month prior. For example, if you want a monthly pass for September, you have to sign up by August 10. This will ensure enough time to process the payment for your monthly pass. Your membership will be valid starting the first day of the month after you subscribe.
If you purchase 11 consecutive monthly passes, you get the 12th month free as long as you do not terminate your membership in the interim period.
You can sign up online using your exo account or by mail.
When you buy an OPUS card (with or without photo), it doesn’t automatically include tickets or passes. It’s up to you to load it with tickets. Tickets and passes can be added to your card at one of our points of sale, a Metropolitan ticket office or from a fare vending machine located on the first level of a bus terminal, metro station or train station. Always keep both receipts (purchase and transaction) as proof of purchase.
When loading your card, check the available ticket types and choose the right one to add to your OPUS card. Bus tickets aren’t valid for use on the metro or the train. Similarly, All Modes A tickets aren’t valid for travel on buses or the metro in Laval. Learn more about ticket validity.
Once your card has been loaded with your tickets or pass, simply tap the card reader when you enter a bus or metro station. When taking the train, always keep your OPUS card handy in case it needs to be checked by a fare inspector.
To see how many tickets are left on your OPUS card, you can:
If you lose a registered OPUS card or Photo ID OPUS card, simply go to a Metropolitan ticket office and ask for a new one. Your unused tickets will be loaded onto the new card. Your old card will be cancelled and no one will be able to use it. Charges apply.
If you lose an unregistered OPUS card, it can’t be replaced if it’s lost, damaged or stolen. That means you can’t recover your unused tickets and you’ll need to buy more.
Have it checked at a Metropolitan ticket office. If necessary, they will give you a new one. You’ll either need to show your receipt (for regular cards) or proof of ID (for Photo ID OPUS cards).
Defective cards are replaced free of charge. However, if your card looks like it was damaged and stopped working due to misuse, you’ll be charged for your new card.
If the card is an unregistered OPUS card, you won’t be able to recover unused tickets without a receipt.
The card costs $6 and is non-refundable.
Buy your OPUS card from a point of sale, Metropolitan ticket office or a fare vending machine.
OPUS cards (without photo ID) must be renewed every 4 years. To check your card’s expiry date, look for the number on the back of the card and then either:
Plan ahead and buy a new $6 OPUS card before your old card expires. Once your card expires, it will no longer be valid and will stop working. You have six months from the expiry date to recover any remaining tickets from your old card. To do so, go to a Metropolitan ticket office or mail the card to the Customer Contact Centre.
If you have unused tickets left on your card when it expires, you may be able to recover them (depending on certain conditions) by bringing the expired card to a Metropolitan ticket office.
If the expired card is damaged or otherwise unreadable, unused tickets can only be recovered if the card was registered.
Go to a Metropolitan ticket office and show your original receipt as well as your credit card statement. Any unwarranted charges will be refunded within 72 hours directly on your credit card. If the amount is not refunded within that time, please contact our Customer Contact Centre.
Refunds are sometimes available, depending on the circumstances. Go to a Metropolitan ticket office and show your OPUS card and the original receipt for the tickets you purchased by mistake. The refund and exchange policy is established by the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM):
Have it checked at a Metropolitan ticket office. If necessary, they will give you a new one. Defective cards are replaced free of charge. However, if your card looks like it was damaged and stopped working due to misuse, you’ll be charged $15 for your new card.
No. But in some circumstances, you can have the unused tickets remaining on your old card transferred to your new one. First, check to see if your old card is expired. The expiry date is indicated on the back of the card. However, the new OPUS card must not contain any tickets until the transfer.
No, you can get a Photo ID OPUS card at any time. If you already have one, make sure you check the expiry date on the back. Once your card expires, you won’t be able to use it to purchase reduced fare tickets or passes. Since you need a valid Photo ID OPUS card to buy reduced fare tickets or passes, be sure to renew your card before it expires. If you don’t, you may be required to pay the full fare.
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