Construction resumes on May 11th at the REM Deux-Montagnes train line

Following the most recent directives from the Government of Quebec, the sites of the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) will resume their activities from May 11. All measures to ensure the health and safety of workers will be deployed and applied with rigor. The departments of the organizations (REM, NouvLR and GPMM) will ensure systematic and sustained monitoring of the situation with the competent authorities.

With this lifting of government directives regarding the suspension of all construction sites, execution of the planned work will resume in order to ensure the modernization of the Deux-Montagnes line and the Mont-Royal tunnel.


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 This work will require the complete closure of the section of the Deux-Montagnes line located between Du Ruisseau station and Central station as of May 11 and will be carried out in coordination with Mobilité Montréal in the implementation of mitigation measures.

There is a file technical information on the mitigation measures deployed, the preferred route during peak hours, travel options, the shuttle schedule, planning tools, including the chrono application (, etc.

The exo site is also to be consulted for planning of trips and consultation of timetables, including that of the rail shuttle between Deux-Montagnes and Bois-Franc stations: