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BUS Mont-Tremblant

Line A and Line B are now merged into a single line that continues to take the same route as in the past. The Downtown, Mountain and Downtown sector directions have also been added to the map, in the timetable and on the bus stop signs for better orientation.

Real-time circuit

To select the line you wish to track (Line A or Line B), please click on the icon in the upper left corner of the map.

Mobile apps

Plan your trip 

Download Transit to view timetables and plan your journey. This application includes Mont-Tremblant Bus stops and simplifies connections with Inter des Laurentides.

This application also allows you to see the next vehicle approaching your stop and keeps you informed of changes affecting the Mont-Tremblant public transport service. The free app is available on the App Store and Google Play.

Follow your bus in real time

The Zenbus application offers each user the possibility of locating their bus in real time and tells you the estimated time before the next bus will pass, even in the event of a delay, thanks to a vehicle geolocation system.

Easy and user-friendly, the free Zenbus app can be downloaded onto a smartphone or tablet using the App Store and Google Play, and is also available on a computer at the following address:

GTFS data for internal use

Useful information

  • Comments, suggestions, information, complaints or lost items

  • Access for people with impaired mobility

    An access ramp can be safely deployed at stops identified with the logo of a wheelchair. Due to weather conditions, we cannot ensure that passengers can board at all times during the months from November to April. Stops served year round will be accessible within 48 hours of a snowstorm.

    This service is for users able to use the regular public transit system independently. 

    The user must be able to board and descend from the bus without help, with or without an accompanying person.  

    The buses can accommodate one or two individuals at a time in wheelchairs (three-wheeled or four-wheeled mobility scooters), depending on the vehicle. If the designated space is already occupied by a person in a wheelchair or scooter, the driver will ask the new person to wait for the next bus. 

    The user must place himself or herself in the space prioritized for this purpose.

    The wheelchair must be placed backwards, with the back firmly against the support cushion, and the brakes must be activated. 

    If the user wishes, they may attach themselves using the available system.

    When the user is approaching their stop, they must press the stop button. The driver can confirm if the next stop is set up to deploy the ramp.

    To descend from the bus, the user must, when the vehicle is fully stopped, move towards the front door and wait until the driver has deployed the ramp.

    For safety reasons, the driver must remain in their driver station at all times. A rear view mirror will allow the driver to see the back of the vehicle and the space reserved for persons in wheelchairs. If the user requires assistance for their first use, the driver may help the user.

    Please note that, due to weather and climatic conditions, we cannot guarantee that wheelchairs will be able to board the bus at all times during the winter, from November to April. The year-round stops will be accessible within 48 hours following a snowstorm. 


    Users who want to take their bicycles with them on the bus can do so, because a bicycle rack has been installed at the front of every bus. This seasonal service is available from April to November. It’s a natural thing to do, given Mont-Tremblant’s dedication to nature and the outdoors.