New schedules as of June 25: Summer rhymes with mobility

Laval, June 16, 2022 - From June 25 to August 28, the Société de transport de Laval (STL) will be in summer mode. On the program: new bus schedules, new routes, new fares and exclusive offers for public transit customers in Laval.
To plan your trips, use the trip planner available at and to find out the bus schedule in real time, text your stop number to 511785. And watch out for holiday schedules:
 Quebec's National Holiday on June 24: Sunday Service
 Canada Day, July 1: Saturday Service
Better service for workers
Two new features will make it easier for workers in the Biotech City and the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul industrial district to get around:
 The T16 public cab will soon become the 16 bus line to transport even more clients to businesses located on Armand-Frappier Boulevard. Route 16 becomes one of the network's fully accessible routes.
 The 50 and 58 lines will be extended to the Paul Kane terminus and enhanced with additional weekday and weekend service.
Accessibility to stops
To improve travel for people with reduced mobility, 337 stops in the network became accessible this year, adding to the 900 or so that were already accessible throughout Laval. An icon recently installed on the stop signs now indicates which stops are accessible. By the end of the summer, new functionalities will be available on the Société's website to allow customers to better plan their trips by taking into account the accessible lines and stops.
Roadwork season
We're adjusting! Lines that cross major roadwork, such as the Pie-IX bridge and Marcel-Laurin Boulevard, will also have their travel times adjusted to avoid delays.
On the way to simplified pricing
As of July 1, the new fares set by the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) will come into effect. Among the new features are:  The introduction of the Bus fare, which replaces the STL fare, and which allows for bus travel in the greater metropolitan area.  The introduction of the Tous modes AB fare, which replaces the TRAM3 fare and provides access to all public transit modes (bus, metro, train) in Laval, Montréal and the Longueuil agglomeration.  The transfer time for the new Bus and All modes AB fares will be 120 minutes.
Summer with the STL is Xtra
With the XTRA pass, Opus cardholders with a photo and reduced fare (12-17 years old) travel throughout July and August for only $71. This offer, exclusive to the STL bus network, is on sale until July 19.
360° Shuttle: travel downtown for free
Get around downtown Laval with the free 360 shuttle, in service 7 days a week, all summer long. Departures every 20 minutes from platform 8 of the Montmorency terminus. Visit to consult the map and schedule.
Quebec Games: We transport the athletes to the city. And to the podium.
From July 22 to 30, the STL will transport athletes and volunteers free of charge for the 55th finals of the Quebec Games in Laval. Come and encourage the young sports talents from here and elsewhere by taking public transit to one of the 14 competition
On smoggy days, the bus is $1
Once again this year, the STL is pursuing one of its flagship initiatives for the environment. Until Labour Day, every day that Environment Canada issues a smog advisory, the next day's transportation is offered at the special rate of $1 (payable in cash or by credit card) on the regular system.
And if you wish, don't forget that it is possible to pay by credit card without contact on all our buses!
About the Société de transport de Laval
With a dedicated team of over 1,100 employees, the STL develops and operates an integrated network of buses, school transportation, public cabs and paratransit. The STL's regular bus network has 46 routes, some 2,700 stops and covers more than 1,500 kilometers on Laval territory.
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Anne-Sophie Harrois
Advisor, Communications and Public Affairs
Société de transport de Laval
450 903-2606