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Laurentides sector

As of June 1, 2017, this sector of the Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM) corresponds to the territory previously served by the CIT Laurentides. Regular transport and paratransit services, transit passes, fares, schedules and other policies will remain the same until further notice.



In order to provide better service to low-density residential areas, a taxibus service (booked in advance) is available for certain sectors.

To reserve or modify your commute, you must call at least one hour in advance (two hours for travel in Saint-Benoît or Saint-Hermas), by calling the taxi company that provides the service on the line you wish to use. Note that such commuting is only permitted between different sectors (it is not permitted within a single sector).

Routes and reservations: When booking your reservation, you will have to provide the following information:

  • Your name and telephone number
  • The numbers of the pick-up and drop-off stops
  • The time of departure or arrival at destination
  • Your mode of payment (OPUS card or cash)
  • Your OPUS card number if you will be paying for the trip with it (Make sure the card is valid).

The dispatcher will confirm the time at which you will be picked up at your stop. Make sure you are at the stop five minutes early. If you are absent at pick-up time and have not given sufficient advance notice, you become liable for a $25 fine.

Lignes Routes Taxi companies Reservation telephone numbers and schedules
14 Mirabel (Domaine Vert Nord, Domaine Vert Sud, Glendale, Petit Saint-Charles, Saint-Augustin, Saint-Benoît, Sainte-Monique, Saint-Scholastique, Saint-Hermas) to Sainte-Thérèse Taxi 7000 450 430-7000
Every day between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
16 Mirabel (Mirabel-en-haut and Saint-Canut) to Saint-Jérôme Taxi Mirabel 450 430-2650
Every day between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
18 Mirabel (Saint-Augustin, Saint-Benoît, Sainte-Monique, Sainte-Scholastique, Saint-Hermas) to Deux-Montagnes and Saint-Eustache Taxi Mirabel 450 939-1133
Every day between 6:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
19 Mirabel (Domaine Vert Nord, Domaine Vert Sud, Glendale, Petit Saint-Charles, Premium Outlets Montréal, Saint-Augustin, Saint-Benoît, Sainte-Monique, Sainte-Scholastique, Saint-Hermas) to Mirabel (Saint-Janvier, via Blainville) Taxi 7000 450 430-7000
Every day between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
104 Saint-Jérôme (Bellefeuille, lake sector) Taxi St-Jérôme 450 432-3636
One hour in advance, at all times.
106 Saint-Jérôme (Wilson Falls/Rivière-du-Nord regional park sector) Taxi St-Jérôme 450 432-3636
One hour in advance, at all times.
108 Saint-Jérôme (Lafontaine sector, north of 115th avenue) Taxi St-Jérôme 450 432-3636
One hour in advance, at all times.
110 Saint-Jérôme (Eaux-Vives sector) Taxi St-Jérôme 450 432-3636
One hour in advance, at all times.

Saturday service on statutory holidays. The taxibus driver can give you a transfer, which you can then use to get on a bus, just as you can use a transfer from a bus to get on the taxibus. When you board, you will have to either:

  • Pay the taxi driver the exact amount of the fare in cash, or
  • Hand over a valid transfer, or
  • Present your OPUS card or any other valid transit pass issued and approved by the Réseau de transport métropolitain Laurentides (note that "six-trip" cards are not accepted).

Fares: Using the taxibus costs the same as the regular bus service. To determine the fare, refer to the fares page. View the list of stops on the line to find out what metropolitan zone is assigned to each of the stops. The following transit passes can be used to pay for trips by taxibus (note that "six-trip" cards are not accepted):

  • Payment in cash
  • Passe-Temps
  • Passe-Atout
  • Passe-Soleil
  • RTM Laurentides monthly pass
  • Monthly RTM pass.

At all times, RTM Laurentides reserves the right to verify that you possess a valid transit fare while travelling. In the case of an OPUS card loaded with a fare, this verification may be done remotely. If you use the taxibus service without a valid transit fare, you may have your service suspended and become liable for a $25 fine.

Vélo-bus service

Cycling to work, to school or to discover new places? The Vélo-bus makes your bike trip easier! Ride the Vélo-bus with your bike free of charge, to and from the stop of your choice, anywhere on the network! Buses are equipped with a bike rack for up to two regular bikes. First come, first served! No reservations required. Maximum of two bikes per bus.

Children's bicycles and tandem bikes are not accepted. No bicycles are allowed inside the bus. To use the bike rack, you must be aged 16 or over, or be accompanied by an adult.

Vélo-bus availability:

  • Until 9:30 p.m. from April 15 to May 31
  • Until 7:30 p.m. from September 1 to October 31

Loading the bicycle: Before the bus arrives, take all the accessories off your bicycle, e.g. basket, water bottle, purse, child seat, etc. Tell the driver you want to use the bike rack. To secure your bicycle:

  1. If the rack is closed, hold your bicycle in one hand and, with the other hand, pull the handle upwards to release the locking mechanism. Then, lower the rack.
  2. Lift up your bicycle and place its wheels in the spaces provided. The first bicycle placed on the rack should be closest to the front of the bus.
  3. Bring the locking arm down on the bicycle tire as far as it will go without touching the frame or the front fender.
  4. You are responsible for securing your own bicycle. Drivers are not authorized to leave their seat.

Unloading the bicycle: To unload your bicycle:

  1. Before coming to your stop, tell the driver that you want to retrieve your bicycle.
  2. Bring the locking arm to the horizontal position.
  3. Remove your bike from the rack.
  4. If there is no other bicycle on the rack, bring the locking arm down until it locks closed.
  5. Back away from the bus and signal the driver that the way is clear.

RTM Laurentides is not responsible for bicycle thefts or damages during transport via the Vélo-bus service.


Consult current information on tickets available, fares and points of sale.

Children travel free of charge: Children aged 5 or less travel free of charge. Children 6 to 11 years of age travel free of charge, provided they are accompanied by an adult paying the rate applicable to his situation. Maximum of 5 children per adult.

Group outings: Are you thinking of travelling as a group? Simplify your travel by purchasing group tickets. Certain conditions apply. Contact our customer service at least 10 days in advance. We can prepare for your outing and make it possible for your entire group to board. The driver will be advised in advance. Ideally, such outings will take place outside of rush hours, or between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. or after 7:00 p.m. from Monday to Friday and on weekends.

The fares in effect apply. If you are paying in cash, each person must have the exact fare to pay for his or her trip.

Rules for commuters

When travelling on the RTM Laurentides regular transit network, commuters are bound by the rules listed below.

Travelling with a pet: You may travel on buses with pets, provided they are small. The animal must be kept in a cage or a pet carrier at all times. Guide dogs and other service dogs that are on duty or in training are allowed on board without restriction.

Travelling with cumbersome items or sports equipment: Passengers may travel with skis, snowboards, unicycles, toboggans, sleds or any other cumbersome items, provided they do so between 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. or after 7:00 p.m.

These restrictions apply during rush hour periods, not on Saturdays, Sundays or statutory holidays, or in the period between December 25 and January 1.

  • Skates with blades or wheels are allowed at all times, provided they are covered with blade guards or stored safely in a bag designed for that purpose.
  • Musical instruments must be transported in a closed bag or case. At no time may such items prevent free movement inside the bus.
  • Equipment like skis must be tied together and not impede pedestrian traffic inside the bus. Unicycles must be carried in a carrier bag designed for that purpose.
  • Bicycles, tricycles or the trailers designed to be attached to a bicycle, or any other similar item, are prohibited on board.
  • It is forbidden to block the central gangway or to occupy an extra seat with a backpack or any other item.

Disembarking between stops: After 8:00 p.m., on any of the network’s bus lines, you can ask the driver to let you off between two stops. The driver will stop the bus at the safest point, as close as possible to the desired location.


You may be entitled to door-to-door public paratransit. You can commute by taxi, adapted taxi or paratransit bus, depending on your needs and on the resources available at the time you need the service. Consult the eligibility criteria


Territory served

Transit is available in the following territories: 

  • Blainville
  • Boisbriand
  • Bois-des-Fillion
  • Deux-Montagnes
  • Lorraine
  • Mirabel
  • Oka
  • Pointe-Calumet
  • Rosemère
  • Saint-Eustache
  • Saint-Jérôme
  • Saint-Joseph-du-Lac
  • Saint-Placide
  • Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines
  • Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-lac
  • Sainte-Thérèse

Off-territory metropolitan commuting is available within certain times.

Reserve, modify or cancel your commute

To register for paratransit services, you will need to fill out a request for admission.  Reservations can be booked up to 2 weeks in advance at 450 433-4000.

Local commuting is available:

  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays or Fridays, if the reservation is made no later than 12 (noon) on the day before;
  • Saturdays, Sundays or Mondays, if the reservation is made no later than 10 a.m. on the Friday before.

Commutes with a destination outside the territory must be booked withing the following times:

  • Mondays and Saturdays, for any reason, if the reservation is made no later than 12 (noon) on the Thursday before;
  • From Tuesday to Friday: for medical reasons, as per stated list  by reserving at least two days before the day of the commute
  • From Monday to Friday:
      • The departure must be between 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m., or after 4:30 p.m.
      • The return trip must be between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. 
  • No return trips on call are authorized.

For more details on reservation, modification or cancellations.



Payment for commuting (whether inbound or outbound) must be made at the time of boarding. The transporter type may be different for the inbound and outbound trips.

  • In cash: $5,00 
  • Six-ticket strip: $27,00 
  • Virtual monthly pass: $125,00 
  • Metropolitan commutes: $15,00

Free for children:

  • Children 5 or younger: free
  • Children 6 to 11 years old: free if accompanied by an adult paying regular fare

Rules for commuters 

There are some rules you must follow when you use the paratransit service:

  • The driver will pick you up and drop you off at the main entrance of your residence or your destination. You must know in advance what architectural barriers the driver may encounter during the drive, and you must be able to surmount them alone or with the help of someone other than the driver.
  • In addition, the driver is not permitted to climb more than three consecutive steps or get into an elevator.
  • You must be ready 15 minutes before the arranged departure time.
  • If you have not shown up after five minutes, the driver will call the dispatcher, who in turn will automatically cancel the commute.
  • If there is no person in charge at the destination address, the driver will bring the passenger back to his or her point of departure and the fees will be invoiced. 
  • Under no circumstances may a passenger change the driver's route. 
  • Seatbelts are compulsory.
  • Three- and four-wheel mobility scooters and geriatric chairs must have adequate anchoring points. Such installations are at the user's expense. Also, passengers using three- and four-wheel scooters must be able to move themselves over to the bench on their own. Drivers may refuse to transport passengers who fail to comply with these rules. 
  • Eating on board is prohibited, except with special authorization. 
  • Luggage, grocery bags or shopping bags that do not occupy additional space in the vehicle are allowed..
  • The driver is not required to carry bags.
  • All passengers must remain civil and none may unduly delay or impede the proper functioning of the service. 
  • Failure to comply with any of these policies may lead to the immediate suspension of the paratransit service.

Désolé, cette page n’est pas accessible aux lecteurs d’écran ou à tout autre dispositif d’assistance. En effet, elle contient une carte géographique présentant l’emplacement des terminus et installation intermodales.

Visit the CIT Laurentides (CITLA) website to access the schedule for this bus line.