The REM

(Réseau express métropolitain)

Helping people get where they’re going

The new REM (Réseau express métropolitain) station will make it easier than ever for Bois-Franc residents to use public transit. The REM will be one of the largest automated transit networks in the world. It will have 27 stations spanning a 67 km double track, including a stop at Bois-Franc. Residents will be able to get downtown in minutes or take the REM to the Montreal International Airport and the South Shore.

27 stations
spanning 67 km

Linked to
the metro and the airport

The Bois-Franc station
in the centre of the network

Helping people get where they’re going

The new REM (Réseau express métropolitain) station will make it easier than ever for Bois-Franc residents to use public transit. The REM will be one of the largest automated transit networks in the world. It will have 27 stations spanning a 67 km double track, including a stop at Bois-Franc. Residents will be able to get downtown in minutes or take the REM to the Montreal International Airport and the South Shore.

27 stations
spanning 67 km

Linked to
the metro and the airport

The Bois-Franc station
in the centre of the network

Helping people get where they’re going

The new REM (Réseau express métropolitain) station will make it easier than ever for Bois-Franc residents to use public transit. The REM will be one of the largest automated transit networks in the world. It will have 27 stations spanning a 67 km double track, including a stop at Bois-Franc. Residents will be able to get downtown in minutes or take the REM to the Montreal International Airport and the South Shore.

27 stations
spanning 67 km

Linked to
the metro and the airport

The Bois-Franc station
in the centre of the network

Bois-Franc: a connected neighbourhood

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood will soon have an REM stop. Residents will be able to get to downtown Montreal, the airport, and the South Shore in minutes and will have connections to the green, orange, and blue metro lines. Bus routes will also connect to various REM stations, so residents can get anywhere they need to go in Montreal.
Even during peak hours, the trip from Bois-Franc to the main train station takes less than 16 minutes! Each train will have four cars and during peak hours will be able to transport 600 passengers every five minutes.

Bois-Franc: a connected neighbourhood

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood will soon have an REM stop. Residents will be able to get to downtown Montreal, the airport, and the South Shore in minutes and will have connections to the green, orange, and blue metro lines. Bus routes will also connect to various REM stations, so residents can get anywhere they need to go in Montreal.
Even during peak hours, the trip from Bois-Franc to the main train station takes less than 16 minutes! Each train will have four cars and during peak hours will be able to transport 600 passengers every five minutes.

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