The AMT’s brand new official mobile application will make your life easier by giving you all the information you need, before and while you get around by train.
It is available free of charge for iOS or Android smartphones. Please note that the application is only available in French.
- Follow your trains in continuous time
- Consult train schedules any time, even without a network connection
- Choose your favourite departures and receive alerts
- Obtain service status information at all times
Do you have a smart phone? With the AMT’s new mobile site, all the travel information you need is now at your fingertips!
- Planned and continuously updated schedules
To access the site, enter m.amt.qc.ca in your phone’s browser or scan our QR code.
Send your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org to help us better meet your needs.
You have an iPhone? To add a website to your home screen: open the page in Safari, tap , then tap "Add to Home Screen".
The brand new 511AMT (511268) service allows you to instantly receive train arrival times at your local station.*.
Simply text the first seven letters of any station to receive the arrival times of the next three trains in both directions. For example, for the Mont-Saint-Hilaire station, text the letters “Montsai”.
*Your cellular service supplier’s standard costs may apply.
The AMT does its utmost to provide you with a reliable information service. However, the AMT cannot provide a guarantee as to the delivery of such information nor assume any liability in this regard.
You can be notified of service disruptions on pre-selected train(s) via SMS or email. This service has been greatly improved since its launch in January 2010. However, when receiving the information, it is important to take into account the transmission time via mobile telephony.
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Service disruptions are now announced on Twitter. Our customer service is also online during peak hours to answer your questions as quickly as possible.
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To stay informed on public transit:
Google transit trip planner
Click on a station for schedule in real time.
Go to Google Maps
Dynamic display screens have gradually been installed in our train stations since 2011. They are progressively passing from planned schedule information to information updated regularly in the event of service disruptions.
Thanks to a partnership between the AMT and the STL, as of December 3, the dynamic display screens installed at the Cartier and Montmorency terminals as well as those in the Sainte-Rose and Sainte-Dorothée station bus loops will display the departure times of the next STL buses in real time.
By making its statistics available, the AMT is encouraging the development of innovative mobile applications making commuting easier for its public transit customers. Whether it be for a multimodal trip planner or an application on sustainable mobility, developers out there are urged to create an idea and share their initiatives with us.
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