Société de transport de Montréal

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Société de transport de Montréal logo-b.png
Area served Montréal, QC
Founded 2002 (from STCUM)
Fleet size 1,837 buses
843 métro cars[1]
Number of routes 221 (bus)
4 (métro)
Ridership 429,500,000(2017)
Union SCFP Local 1983

The Société de transport de Montréal or Montreal Transit Corporation is the agency that operates buses and the Métro in the urban agglomeration of Montreal, Québec.

History

The Société de transport de la communauté urbaine de Montréal (STCUM) was renamed the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) in 2002. The name change occurred to reflect the merger of the 28 municipalities on the Island of Montreal into one 'mega-city' called Montreal. However, several of these municipalities have since left the mega-city and are now independent towns, but continue to contract with the STM to provide transit service. Funding for the contracted service, is payed by the de-merged municipalities through taxes to what remains of the mega-city of Montreal.

Timeline of transit service in the Montreal area:

Bus fleet roster

Active

The current STM bus fleet consists of Nova Bus LFS and LFS Artic buses. As of December 2005, the entire fleet is equipped with GFI Odyssey fareboxes, which replaced the old Cleveland fareboxes.

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
22-201 to 22-425 Société de transport de Montréal 22-349-a.jpg 2002 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • Buses 22-374 and 22-375 do not exist
  • Random buses from this series have been retrofitted with fabric material insert seats.
  • Being retired (see fleet page for buses).
23-201 to 23-239 Société de transport de Montréal 23-202-a.jpg 2003 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • First buses to feature larger LED tail lights
24-201 to 24-307 Société de transport de Montréal 24-213-a.jpg 2004 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • Random buses from this series have been retrofitted with fabric material insert seats
25-201 to 25-248 Société de transport de Montréal 25-212-a.jpg 2005 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP552C
  • First buses to use extra-large Axion signs
  • First buses to feature fabric material inserts in seats
26-001 to 26-086 Société de transport de Montréal 26-018-a.jpg 2006 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP552C
  • First buses to have 4 wheel disc brakes
27-001 to 27-030 Société de transport de Montréal 27-008-a.jpg 2007 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP552C
27-501 to 27-536 Société de transport de Montréal 27-520-a.jpg 2007 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP554C
  • First series to features EPA 2007 compliant engines
28-001 to 28-132 Société de transport de Montréal 28-019-a.jpg 2008 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP554C
  • 28-008, 010-012, 014, 015, 018, 024, and 026 have AMOBI Tech 3000 driver's seats on trial
  • Buses from 28-084 onward feature new electronic bells
28-701 to 28-708 Société de transport de Montréal 28-706-a.jpg 2008 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISL Allison EP40
hybrid system
  • Entered service on April 21, 2008.
  • 28-701 is the first hybrid to receive the new livery.
29-001 to 29-071 Société de transport de Montréal 29-010-a.jpg 2009 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP554C
  • First series of buses to feature new chevron livery
  • Have wider front doors and a new interior seating arrangement
  • 29-007 was the first bus from this series to enter active service as of February 5, 2009
  • Buses 29-048 and above are equipped with CCTV
29-072 to 29-156 Société de transport de Montréal 29-113-a.jpg 2009-2010 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL ZF 6HP554C
  • First third-generation LFS (new front and rear)
  • Buses 29-115 and up have new a new style of seats, full-length side displays, and digital run boxes
  • Buses 29-149 to 29-156 were built in 2010 and are equipped with luggage racks for 747 service
29-801 to 29-858 Société de transport de Montréal 29-807-a.jpg 2009 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL ZF 6HP604C
  • First articulated buses in service
  • 29-801-804 have a different style of seat fabric, and are equipped with Faraday bells
  • 29-804 was the first artic to enter revenue service on Sept. 30, 2009 on the 69 Gouin
  • Random buses of this series are equipped with Automated Announcements
30-001 to 30-255 Société de transport de Montréal 30-010-a.jpg 2010 Nova Bus LFS 40102 30-001 to 30-094:
Cummins ISL

30-095 to 30-255:
Cummins ISL9

30-001 to 30-094:
ZF 6HP554C

30-095 to 30-255: ZF 6AP1400B

  • Slightly different interior seating arrangement
  • Buses 30-095 and above are equipped with EPA 2010 compliant engines
  • 30-001 to 30-020 are equipped with luggage racks for 747 service
30-401 to 30-412 2010 Ford/Girardin E-450 SuperDuty/G5 Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Ford TorqShift 5R110W
  • Used for route 212 and Navette Or shuttle service
30-801 to 30-882 Société de transport de Montréal 30-819-a.jpg 2010 Nova Bus LFS Artic 30-801 to 30-851:
Cummins ISL

30-852 to 30-882:
Cummins ISL9

30-801 to 30-851:
ZF 6HP604C

30-852 to 30-882: ZF 6AP1700B

  • Buses 30-852 and above are equipped with EPA 2010 compliant engines
  • Random buses of this series are equipped with Automated Announcement
31-001 to 31-237 Société de transport de Montréal 31-169-a.jpg 2010-2011 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1400B
  • Equipped with EPA 2010 compliant engines
  • Buses 31-001 to 31-008, and 31-211 to 31-220 are equipped with luggage racks for 747 service
31-801 to 31-862 Société de transport de Montréal 31-839-a.jpg 2011 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1700B
32-001 to 32-032 Société de transport de Montréal 32-021-a.jpg 2011-2012 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1400B
32-401 to 32-404 2012 GMC/Girardin G4500/G5 GM Duramax 6.6L GM 6L90
  • Used for route 212 and Navette Or shuttle service
  • Not Accessible
32-801 to 32-810 Société de transport de Montréal 32-802-a.jpg 2012 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1700B
33-801 to 33-845 Société de transport de Montréal 33-842-a.jpg 2013 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1700B
36-001 to 36-027 Société de transport de Montréal 36-019-a.jpg

Société de transport de Montréal 36-004-a.jpg

2016 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISB 6.7 BAE HybriDrive HDS200
  • First new hybrid buses since 2008, and first 4th generation buses for STM
  • 20 with have air conditioning activated, 7 won't
  • 36-018 and up are fitted with frameless windows
  • Entered service on route 11 Parc-du-Mont-Royal in June 2016
36-028 to 36-051 Société de transport de Montréal 36-047-a.jpg 2016 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISB 6.7 BAE HybriDrive HDS200
  • Second hybrid bus order for 2016
  • All fitted with A/C; 36-040 and up are fitted with sliding windows
  • Entered service November 4, 2016
37-001 to 37-107 Société de transport de Montréal 37-100-a.jpg 2017 Nova Bus LFS HEV 37-001 to 37-054: Cummins ISB 6.7

37-055 to 37-107: Cummins B6.7

BAE HybriDrive HDS200
  • All fitted with A/C and frameless windows
  • Entered service March 3, 2017
38-001 to 38-100 Société de transport de Montréal 38-021-a.jpg 2018 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins B6.7 BAE HybriDrive HDS200
  • Entered service in April 2018
  • To be delivered to Saint-Laurent and Frontenac garages
  • Latter half of this batch feature the new driver side window
39-001 to 39-150 Société de transport de Montréal 39-022-a.jpg 2018-19 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins B6.7 BAE HybriDrive HDS200
  • 39-001 to -015 equipped with luggage racks for service on route 747.
  • First unit, 39-016, entered service on January 12th 2019.

Active, limited service

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
36-901 to 36-903 Société de transport de Montréal 36-902-b.JPG 2016 Nova Bus LFSe TM4 LSM280
  • STM's first battery electric buses to be trialed on route 36 Monk
  • Fitted with frameless windows
  • Limited service, they're in service for only a few runs each day

On order

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
TBD 2019 BYD
  • 4 midibus
  • Due to delivery at St. Laurent in early 2019
  • To be use on route 212

Retired

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
21-001 to 21-150 Société de transport de Montréal 21-015-a.jpg 1978-79 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Formerly STCUM 21-001 to 21-150
22-001 to 22-150 Société de transport de Montréal 22-116-a.jpg 1979-80 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Formerly STCUM 22-001 to 22-150
  • Random buses equipped with front suicide arrows for service on route 505 during the 90's
23-001 to 23-150 Société de transport de Montréal 23-100-a.jpg 1980-81 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Formerly STCUM 23-001 to 23-150
  • Random buses equipped with green diamond R-Bus shields for use on routes 535/545 during the 90's
24-001 to 24-165 Société de transport de Montréal 24-006-a.jpg 1981 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Formerly STCUM 24-001 to 24-165.
  • 24-140 was GM turbo demo and later bought by the STCUM
  • 24-151 to 24-165 originally delivered as 25-001 to 25-015; had 'GMC' on front crest.
  • 24-131 to 24-139 renumbered 44-131 to 44-139 for suburban West Island service
  • 24-141 to 24-150 renumbered 44-141 to 44-150 for suburban West Island service
  • Random buses equipped with green diamond R-Bus shields for use on routes 535/545 during the 90's
25-001 to 25-015 (1st) Renumbered 24-151 to 24-165 before entering service.
25-001 to 25-085 Société de transport de Montréal 25-074-a.jpg 1982 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • 1983 models.
  • Had 'GM' on front crest.
  • 25-085 was delivered with an experimental demo luminator destination. After 1 year, it was removed in 1983. This bus is now awaiting restoration by the FHTCQ.
33-001 to 33-008 Société de transport de la communauté urbaine de Montréal 33-003-a.jpg 1983 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Only suburbans ordered by the STCUM
  • Used for sightseeing tours and later on for mainly West Island routes until 1999
  • 33-003 fully restored by a private collector in the Montreal area
  • 33-008 fully restored and kept for historical purposes by the FHTCQ
44-131 to 44-139, 44-141 to 44-142, 44-144 to 44-150 Société de transport de Montréal 44-139-a.jpg 1981 GMDD T6H-5307N
New Look
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Originally numbered 24-131 to 24-139, 24-141 to 24-142, and 24-144 to 24-150; renumbered and used for West Island service
  • 44-140 and 44-143 never existed as 24-140 and 24-143 were never renumbered
53-001 to 53-040 Société de transport de Montréal 53-021-a.jpg 1983 GMDD TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • First order of Classics built and delivered
  • Ordered as 26-001 to 26-040 but renumbered before delivery
  • 53-002 was a CNG test bus
  • Had blue vinyl seating
  • 53-010 was last remaining 1983 Classic in service until October 2004
54-001 to 54-060 Société de transport de Montréal 54-052-a.jpg 1984 GMDD TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V730
  • Had blue vinyl seating
  • 54-025 was last remaining 1984 Classic in service until August 5, 2004
55-001 to 55-075 Société de transport de Montréal 55-024-a.jpg 1985 GMDD TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V731
  • First series of the STM to feature fibre glass shell seats
  • 55-001 is now owned by the FHTCQ
  • 55-051 had suburban seating
56-001 to 56-075 Société de transport de Montréal 56-001-a.jpg 1986 GMDD TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V71N Allison V731
  • 56-001 fitted with Detroit Diesel 6V92TA engine in 1988 for testing purposes
  • 56-007, 017, 027, 037 and 047 got Luminator signs in 1989 for testing purposes
  • 56-042 retired due to major fire by vandals in 1992
  • 56-073 was last remaining 1986 Classic with the "white stripe" paint scheme
59-001 to 59-059 1989 MCI TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731-D
  • Formerly STCUM 59-001 to 59-059
  • All buses in this series are now retired.
  • 59-016 was the sole remaining 1989 Classic as of Fall 2008, but was retired on October 8, 2008
  • 59-039 retired after accident
  • Last series in the STM to feature roll signs
  • The 59 series were the most powerful of all Classics with 253 HP engines
60-001 to 60-079 Société de transport de Montréal 60-013-b.jpg 1990 MCI TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison V731-D
  • Formerly STCUM 60-001 to 60-079
  • 60-013 the last bus of this series was retired in September 2009
  • First buses to be equipped with Luminator digital displays
11-001 to 11-100 Société de transport de Montréal 11-016-a.jpg 1991 MCI TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
  • Formerly STCUM 11-001 to 11-100
12-001 to 12-101 Société de transport de Montréal 12-040-a.jpg 1992-1993 MCI TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
13-001 to 13-100 Société de transport de Montréal 13-077-a.jpg 1993-1994 Nova Bus TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
  • Formerly STCUM 13-001 to 13-100
  • 13-068 retired to become the STM "Funambus"
14-002 to 14-181 Société de transport de Montréal 14-119-a.jpg 1994 Nova Bus TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
15-001 to 15-140 Société de transport de Montréal 15-116-a.jpg 1994-1995 Nova Bus TC40-102N
Classic
Detroit Diesel 6V92TA Allison VR731-D
  • Formerly STCUM 15-001 to 15-140
  • 15-140 final Classic in service
16-001 to 16-180 Société de transport de Montréal 16-096-a.jpg 1995-1996 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins C8.3 Allison B400R
  • Formerly STCUM 16-001 to 16-180
  • First low-floor buses in Montréal
17-001 to 17-180 Société de transport de Montréal 17-100-a.jpg 1997 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins C8.3 Allison B400R
  • Formerly STCUM 17-001 to 17-180
18-001 to 18-096 Société de transport de Montréal 18-038-a.jpg 1998 Nova Bus LFS 40102 18-001 to 18-072: Cummins C8.3

18-073 to 18-096: Cummins ISC

Allison B400R
  • Formerly STCUM 18-001 to 18-096
  • Final bus (18-064) withdrawn July 2014
21-202 to 21-275 Société de transport de Montréal 21-212-a.jpg 2001 Nova Bus LFS 40102 Cummins ISC ZF 5HP552C
  • Formerly STCUM 21-202 to 21-275
  • 21-201 was pilot bus, returned to Nova Bus
  • Last series of the STM to have the 911 and Luminator signs
  • Final bus (21-268) withdrawn May 2018
74-701 to 74-718 Sociéte de Transport de Montréal 74-702-a.jpg Various MCI J4500
  • Were temporarily leased from Groupe Galland and MCI Rental until late 2016 unil the new 2017 hybrids arrived
  • Used exclusively on the 747 Airport bus line to ease overcrowding on the current LFS
  • Front row seats removed to accommodate farebox; toilets deactivated
  • STM allows standing in the coach, unlike most other coach operators

Demonstrators

Fleet number(s) Thumbnail Year Manufacturer Model Engine Transmission Notes
20102 2003 Van Hool AG300 Cummins ISL Voith D864.3E
  • Leased from RTL
  • Tested April 20-21, 2005
6112 2001 NFI D60LF Detroit Diesel S50EGR Allison B500R
40881 2008 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL Voith D854.5 Nova Bus demo
40882 2008 Nova Bus LFS Artic Cummins ISL ZF 6HP604C Nova Bus demo
456-1 2008 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL ZF 6HP554C Nova Bus demo
30-256U Société de transport de Montréal 30-256U-a.jpg 2009 Nova Bus LFS Cummins ISL9 ZF 6AP1400B Nova Bus/STM EPA 2010 demo
40-801 2010 Irisbus Citelis 18 Iveco Tector 6 BAE Systems HDS 200
hybrid system
  • Arrived late March 2012
  • In service from May 7 to August 16, 2012
  • Evaluation of the series hybrid system
33-999 2013 Nova Bus LFS HEV Cummins ISB6.7 BAE Systems HDS 200
hybrid system
In service beginning June 10
2017 NFI XE35 Siemens ELFA2 Direct drive Displayed to staff October 31, 2018

Surface network

Current routes

The STM currently operates over 170 daytime routes and 20 nighttime routes. The STM offers paratransit services for handicapped passengers and seven Taxibus lines where it is not possible to establish conventional bus service.

Routes
10 to 99
100 to 199
200 to 299
Express routes
Night routes
Other routes

Bus garages/divisions

The STM currently has eight bus divisions, including one dedicated to paratransit (Adapté). A new conventional bus division (Stinson) is set to open in 2013.

Garages/Divisions
Centre de transport Anjou
Centre de transport Frontenac
Centre de transport LaSalle
Centre de transport Legendre
Centre de transport Mont-Royal
Centre de transport Saint-Denis
Centre de transport Saint-Laurent
Centre de transport Stinson
Centre de transport Adapté

Métro network

Main article: Montréal Métro

The Montreal Métro was introduced in 1966 in preparation for Canada's 100th birthday and Expo 67 in Montreal, the second such system in Canada. Instead of traditional steel-wheeled trains, it is a rubber-tired metro, based on technology developed for the Paris Métro; Montreal's system was the first in the world to be entirely rubber-tired.

Transport adapté

The STM offers paratransit service to riders with disabilities that prevent them from using the conventional network. Service is door-to-door and by reservation only. The service is only open to those who qualify according to the Ministère des Transports du Québec’s Paratransit Eligibility Policy.

The STM has a dedicated fleet of 86 minibuses for paratransit service.[2] The vast majority of these vehicles are Girardin Minibus G5 bodies on a General Motors or Ford chassis. The bus fleet is supplemented by contracted taxis.

External links

References

  1. Rapport annuel 2017 Société de transport de Montréal
  2. Budget 2016. Société de transport de Montréal.


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Société de transport de Montréal logo-b.png
Current fleet
Low floor 22-201 to 22-425 - 23-201 to 23-239 - 24-201 to 24-307 - 25-201 to 25-248 - 26-001 to 26-086 - 27-001 to 27-030 - 27-501 to 27-536 - 28-001 to 28-132 - 29-001 to 29-071 - 29-072 to 29-156 - 30-001 to 30-255 - 31-001 to 31-237 - 32-001 to 32-032
Hybrid 28-701 to 28-708 - 36-001 to 36-027 - 36-028 to 36-051 - 37-001 to 37-107 - 38-001 to 38-100 - 39-001 to 39-150
Electric 36-901 to 36-903
Articulated 29-801 to 29-858 - 30-801 to 30-882 - 31-801 to 31-862 - 32-801 to 32-810 - 33-801 to 33-845
Shuttle 30-401 to 30-412 - 32-401 to 32-404
Métro 78-001 to 78-141 - 79-501 to 79-782 - 80-001 to 80-123 - 81-501 to 81-746 - 10-011 to 10-139
Service vehicles Service vehicles
Facilities
Divisions/garages Anjou - Frontenac - LaSalle - Legendre - Mont-Royal - St. Denis - St. Laurent - Stinson - St. Michel (Adapté)
Routes
Métro Green - Orange - Yellow - Blue
Bus 10 to 99 - 100 to 199 - 200 to 299 - Express routes - Shuttle routes - Night routes - Other routes
Métro Stations
Green Angrignon - Monk - Jolicoeur - Verdun - De l'Église - LaSalle - Charlevoix - Lionel-Groulx - Atwater - Guy-Concordia - Peel - McGill - Place-des-Arts - Saint-Laurent - Berri-UQAM - Beaudry - Papineau - Frontenac - Préfontaine - Joliette - Pie-IX - Viau - Assomption - Cadillac - Langelier - Radisson - Honoré-Beaugrand
Orange Côte-Vertu - Du Collège - De la Savane - Namur - Plamondon - Côte-Sainte-Catherine - Snowdon - Villa-Maria - Vendôme - Place-Saint-Henri - Lionel-Groulx - Georges-Vanier - Lucien-L'Allier - Bonaventure - Square-Victoria - Place-d'Armes - Champ-de-Mars - Berri-UQAM - Sherbrooke - Mont-Royal - Laurier - Rosemont - Beaubien - Jean-Talon - Jarry - Crémazie - Sauvé - Henri-Bourassa - Cartier - De la Concorde - Montmorency
Yellow Berri-UQAM - Jean-Drapeau - Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke
Blue Snowdon - Côte-des-Neiges - Université-de-Montréal - Édouard-Montpetit - Outremont - Acadie - Parc - De Castelnau - Jean-Talon - Fabre - D'Iberville - Saint-Michel
Greater Montréal Agencies
Agence métropolitaine de transport
Laval
Longueuil
Montréal
Association québécoise du transport intermunicipal et municipal
Carignan, Chambly, Marieville, Richelieu. Saint-Mathias-sur-Richelieu
Saint-Hyacinthe, Beloeil, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Otterburn Park, and Saint-Basil-le-Grand
Sorel, Varennes, Verchères
Blainville, Bois-des-Filion, Boisbriand, Deux-Montagnes, Lorraine, Mirabel, Pointe-Calumet, Rosemère, Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines, Saint-Eustache, Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, Sainte-Thérèse, Saint-Jérôme, and Saint-Joseph-du-Lac
Godmanchester, Howick, Huntingdon, Mercier, Ormstown, Sainte-Martine, and Très-Saint-Sacrement
Beauharnois, Châteauguay, Kanawake, Léry, and Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
Hudson, L'Île-Perrot, Pincourt, and Vaudreuil-Dorion
L'Assomption, L'Épiphanie, Charlemagne, Repentigny, and Saint-Sulpice
Mascouche, Terrebonne
Sainte-Julie
Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu