Every day, we do our best to ensure you get around safely. Be careful!
Take the following precautions on platforms and near railway tracks.
The trains are quiet and can arrive from both directions. Always face the railway tracks.
Keep a safe distance from the yellow safety line. Cross over it only to board the train once it has come to a complete stop at the station.
Cross the railway tracks only at the clearly marked areas. When there are no trains at the station, you can cross at the designated areas.
Respect the safety gate. You can cross at level crossings once the gates are up and the lights are no longer flashing.
Keep your distance from and do not walk on the railway tracks. Entering a railway right-of-way is dangerous, illegal and punishable by a statement of offence.
Take the following precautions at terminals and bus stops.
Cross only in the designated areas. Pedestrian crossings are marked by signs for your safety.
Be sure to stop, look and listen before approaching a bus bay. Buses can come from many directions—be careful!
Respect the signs near the area reserved for buses. Failure to do so violates the regulations in effect.
Be sure to make eye contact with the driver; otherwise, wait until the bus has left its stop.
There will always be another one—your safety is more important than the time you might save.
Three simple rules for children:
The mission of agents and inspectors is to ensure the security of RTM users, employees, facilities and operations at all times. They are trained to respond in emergency situations and help users when the need arises.
Persons found to be in violation, due to their conduct or failure to present a valid transit pass, will receive a statement of offence.