Exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain

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Exo logo.png
Area served Greater Montreal, QC
Founded June 1st, 2017
Fleet size 41 locomotive and 264 rail coach (bus are not operated by exo)
Number of routes 237 bus, 52 taxibus, 6 train
Ridership 45,422,400 (+1%)[1]
Annuel budget 605,300,000$ (2018)[2]
Website exo.quebec

exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain provides commuter train and bus service in the Greater Montreal Region. The exo network includes six train lines, 237 bus routes, 52 taxibus routes, and paratransit service. In 2017, the system's ridership was approximately 45 million.

History

The Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM) succeeded the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) on June 1, 2017. Its creation also merged 14 existing public transportation entities into one organization. The Government of Quebec passed Bill 76 on May 18, 2016—changing the organization and governance of public transit in the region. The bill established two bodies: the RTM and the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM), which is tasked with planning and coordination.[3]

On May 23, 2018, the Réseau de transport métropolitain was rebranded as exo. Derived from the prefix meaning "outer", it references the outer territories of Greater Montréal where the majority of their customers live.[4]

Train lines

The RTM has six commuter train lines that cover the metropolitan area of Montréal:

exo1 - Vaudreuil-Hudson
exo2 - Saint-Jérôme
exo3 - Mont-Saint-Hilaire
exo4 - Candiac
exo5 - Mascouche
exo6 - Deux-Montagnes

Bus services

Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan
Haut-Saint-Laurent
La Presqu'Île
L'Assomption
Laurentides
Le Richelain
Roussillon
Sainte-Julie
Sorel-Varennes
Sud-Ouest
Terrebonne-Mascouche
Vallée du Richelieu

Fleet Roster

Locomotives

Active

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine
Horsepower
Gearing
Top Speed
HEP Generator Notes
1320-1326 Agence métropolitaine de transport 1320-a.jpg 2000 GMDD F59PHI EMD 12-710G3C
3200 hp
600kW HEP genset
1327-1330 Agence métropolitaine de transport 1330-a.jpg 2001 GMDD F59PHI EMD 12-710G3C
3200 hp
Separate 600kW HEP genset
1340-1349 1990 GMDD F59PH EMD 12-710G3A
3000 hp
1350-1369 Agence métropolitaine de transport 1355-a.jpg 2011-12 Bombardier ALP-45DP CAT 3512C
  • Ex-AMT.
  • Dual-powered locomotives.

Multiple units

Retired

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Motor Seating Capacity Notes
400-456 (even) Agence métropolitaine de transport 432-a.jpg 1994-95 Bombardier MR90 4 x 380 hp AC traction motors 88
  • Ex-AMT, née-STCUM.
  • Powered unit with cab.
  • Based on BBD M-series carbody.
401-449 (odd) 1994-95 Bombardier MR90 None (permanently coupled to powered unit) 92
  • Ex-AMT, née-STCUM.
  • Unpowered trailers.
  • Based on BBD M-series carbody.
481-487 (odd) 1994-95 Bombardier MR90 None (permanently coupled to powered unit) 88
  • Ex-AMT, née-STCUM.
  • Unpowered trailer with cab.
  • Based on BBD M-series carbody.

Passenger Cars

Active

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Seating Capacity Notes
701-708 Agence métropolitaine de transport 704-a.jpg 1989 Bombardier Comet II
Cab cars
720-735 1989 Bombardier Comet II
Coaches
2000-2003 Agence métropolitaine de transport 2003-a.jpg 2004 Bombardier BiLevel
Cab cars
2020-2037 Agence métropolitaine de transport 2025-a.jpg 2004 Bombardier BiLevel
Coaches
3000-3025 Agence métropolitaine de transport 3016-a.jpg 2009-11 Bombardier MultiLevel
Cab cars
3030-3164 2009-11 Bombardier MultiLevel
Coaches

On order

Fleet Number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Seating Capacity Notes
TBD 2019-20 CRRC Tangshan Bilevel car

References

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Mandated Agencies
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Société de transport de Laval logo-b.png
Société de transport de Montréal logo-b.png
Other Greater Montreal Agencies
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Transport MRC de Joliette Logo.png
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