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The STM is testing the boarding by all doors on line 121

The STM is testing the boarding by all doors on line 121

Boarding the buses of line 121 Sauvé / Côte-Vertu could be done more quickly while users can also enter by the side door until late spring.

The Montreal Transit Corporation (STM) will test until June 19, the effectiveness of this measure, which is already permitted in other major Canadian cities.
The practice will be allowed every day of the week, from 5 pm to 19 pm 30.

Users should save precious minutes, says the president of the STM, Philippe Schnobb.

"As the project is taking place on the busiest line on the network, it will, once completed, to have a real insight into the effect on boarding and customer satisfaction levels," explained Mr. Schnobb.

"Honor payment"

For now, no new payment terminal will be added in buses.

Instead, we opted for "payment of honor." The STM expects that customers who do not have a monthly pass or subscription pass through the front door to pay their title.

Line 121 Sauvé / Côte-Vertu in figures
- A round trip of 22.5 km
- 47 stops east
- 51 stops west
- Travel time from 36 to 60 minutes
- Two underground stations and a train station

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