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Riding public transit with your bike

Travelling with your bike has never been easier! You can now transport your bike by train and bus. But be warned: every means of transport has its own rules. Find out beforehand to plan your trips.

By train

You can travel in peace with your bike on board trains from the six lines, but make sure to follow the rules.

  • All passengers are authorized to travel with their bikes.
  • Bicycles are accepted except during peak hours on the exo6 Deux-Montagnes line.
  • Give priority to other users when boarding and disembarking the train car.
  • Keep control at all times and do not press against a train car, car seat, or other equipment or train installation.

Bringing your bike on board is simple!

  1. Walk your bike to the designated area
  2. Climb aboard and secure the bike in a rack
  3. Stay close to your bicycle throughout the trip

Caution! Employees cannot help you bring your bike aboard or get it off again. You must be able to do so by your own means.

By bus

The vélo-bus service allows you to transport your bike free of charge on certain buses fitted with a bike rack. Click on your sector in the list below to view the vélo-bus service availabity and instructions for loading bikes onto the rack.

Sector

Equipped buses

Terrebonne-Mascouche

100 %

Laurentides

100 %

L’Assomption

0 % (ongoing project)

Sud-Ouest

100 %

Vallée du Richelieu

100 %

Presqu’Île

44 %*

Sorel-Varennes

100 %*

Le Richelain

0 %

Roussillon

0 %

Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan

0 %

Sainte-Julie

0 %

Haut-Saint-Laurent

0 %

Note: *Coach buses: bikes carried in the luggage hold (not currently available in the context of COVID-19)

The hours of use vary according to the period of sunshine:

  • From April 15 to May 31 until 9 pm
  • From June 1 to August 31 until 9:30 pm
  • From September 1 to October 31 until 7:30 pm

More options

Other transit agencies offer bike transport by bus. Consult your local transit agency.
Société de transport de Montréal (STM)
Société de transport de Laval (STL)

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