The offer of service on the suburban trains and buses of the carrier exo for the fall will not return to the level where it was prior to the pandemic.
The bus service will be around 90 % of what it was last fall. This rate drops to 75 % of the side of the four lines of suburban train, where the vehicles are operating normally (Saint-Jérôme, Vaudreuil-Hudson, Candiac and Mont-Saint-Hilaire).
Drops service are also to be expected on some of the shuttles put in place to reduce the impacts of the work of the Network express metropolitan (REM) in the Mount Royal tunnel on the train lines-deux-Montagnes and Mascouche.
The departures of the shuttle 404, which directly links the train station deux-Montagnes the city centre of Montreal, will to 16 minutes during the morning rush hour, while this summer, these departures were taking place every 8 minutes.
The shuttle 501, which connects the railway station of Terrebonne to the Radisson metro station, will be suspended. The same goes for the shuttle 502, which was carrying the commuters between the station Repentigny and the Radisson metro station.
The schedule of the shuttle train that connects the stations Two Mountains and hardwood, as are the timetables of the train line Mascouche, which bypasses now mount Royal, are maintained.
The new timetables, which will be in force from 24 August, were made public Tuesday. You can view a detailed version on the site www.exo.quebec.