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Status, mandates and territory

Our status

The Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM) is a public transit authority in operation as of June 1st, 2017. Most notably, the RTM will oversee commuter rail service as well as the north and south shores’ transit agencies for bus and paratransit services, taking over for the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT), as well as the north and south shores’ transit agencies for bus and paratransit services.

Refer to the Act to modify mainly the organization and governance of shared transportation in the Montréal metropolitan area available on the National Assembly of Quebec website (French).

 

Our role

The RTM is responsible for operating, throughout its territory, regular bus and commuter train services, including paratransit services for disabled and mobility-impaired persons.

 

Our primary mandates

  • Operate the commuter rail network
  • Operate the metropolitan bus network (north and south shores)
  • Operate paratransit services
  • Establish a public transit service plan for its territory
  • Build and maintain the infrastructure and equipment under its responsibility
  • Advise the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) on introducing codes of conduct for occupants of its vehicles, stations, platforms and parking lots
  • Participating in public transit planning, development, support and promotion at the ARTM’s request

 

Our territory

The RTM’s territory comprises those of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (82 municipalities), the Kahnawake Mohawk Territory, and the Ville de Saint-Jérôme. This territory is shared with the ARTM.

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