You can find on this page the Montreal transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Montreal transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Montreal in Quebec - Canada.
Montreal is a transportation hub for eastern Canada, with well-developed air, road, rail, and maritime links to the rest of Canada, as well as the United States and Europe (see Montreal transport map).

Montreal transports map

Map of Montreal public transports

The Montreal transport map shows all means of transportation in Montreal. This transports map of Montreal will allow you to move easily with public transport of Montreal in Quebec - Canada. The Montreal transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The Société de transport de Montréal (English: Montreal Transit Corporation) is a public transport agency that operates transit bus, and rapid transit services in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Established in 1861 as Montreal City Passenger Railway Company, and STM as of 2002, it has grown to comprise four metro lines with a total of 68 stations, as well as over 186 bus routes and 23 night routes as you can see in Montreal transports map. The STM operates the fourth most heavily used urban mass transit system in North America, after the New York City Transit Authority, Toronto Transit Commission and the Mexico City Metro. As of 2011, the average daily ridership is 2,524,500 passengers: 1,403,700 by bus, 1,111,700 by rapid transit and 9,200 by paratransit service.

Taking public transportation is especially great for families visiting Montreal in the summer because from June 21 until Aug.28, kids ages 6-11 (accompanied by an adult) ride for FREE seven days a week as its shown in Montreal transports map. Public transit in Montreal is clean, efficient and safe to use, and is the best way of getting around the city. Montreal has extensive bus and metro networks, and there are regional trains available for those wanting to do some intercity travelling. Public transport in Montreal is run by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM). Frequent commuters can purchase an OPUS card from station ticket booths and approved retailers throughout the city. These smart cards can be recharged at station vending machines, recharge terminals and ticket booths, and can be used across the Greater Montreal region. There are other card options for pre-determined destinations which cannot be topped up.

The bus network and the metro system on the island of Montreal are operated by the Société de Transport de Montreal (STM), which has a comprehensive website providing network maps, fare prices, ticket and travel pass options, travel advice and a host of other useful information in English and French. There is no fare zoning in the STM network, so there is a fixed fare for each journey as its mentioned in Montreal transports map. Tickets can be purchased at metro stations from the manned ticket booth (cash only) or from one of the machines using cash, credit card or debit card. Purchase of tickets on buses must be done with the correct change (no bank notes) at the machine on boarding. Individual tickets are valid for two hours and can also be used on other STM vehicles bus/metro for transfers during that period, but not for another journey on the same metro line or bus route (for example, it can not be used for a return trip on the same line). Multiple trip tickets are also available and will slightly reduce the cost of each individual trip.