Users of bus route 747, which connects Montreal-Trudeau Airport to the city center, will be able to use a digital transit pass from November 1st.
The Regional Metropolitan Transport Authority (ARTM) and the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) announced in a press release on Tuesday that this option will be implemented starting Wednesday, November 1st.
Users can use the Chrono, Transit applications or a credit card to purchase their travel ticket.
L’ARTM and that STM emphasized that this
The one-off measure aims to improve the customer journey during periods of high traffic and improve the fluidity of public transport services between the airport and the city center.
It is stipulated that the ticket is valid for 120 minutes after activation. After visual validation by the bus driver, he provides information to the user
a valid transport pass allowing access to all means of transport in the Greater Montreal area (Zone A) for 24 hours.
Furthermore, theARTM and that STM announce that
In the coming months, several new features will be made available to users, including the functionality to purchase tickets on an OPUS card via a smartphone starting in the first quarter of 2024.
Twitter enthusiast. Organizer. Explorer. Reader. Zombie aficionado. Tv specialist. Thinker. Incurable internet maven.