The TCMT will be FREE for everyone starting June 21, 2019!
On May 1, Mayor Luc Brisebois, along with council members, announced that starting June 21, Mont-Tremblant public transit will be FREE for all and all the time!
That’s what “le transport en commun de Mont-Tremblant (TCMT)” – Mont-Tremblant’s public transit system – provides for residents, workers, vacationers, seasonal residents and tourists. Mont-Tremblant public transit’s lines A and B operate solely within the territory of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant. The two lines link downtown, the Village and Tremblant Resort.
Mont-Tremblant is the smallest municipality in Québec to provide public transit. The service provides added value for residents, vacationers, seasonal residents and tourists, as well as for people who would like to settle in Mont-Tremblant.
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 can not board at any time during the months of November to April. Stops served year round will be accessible within 48 hours of a snowstorm.
A bicycle rack for users
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. It’s a natural thing to do, when you consider Mont-Tremblant’s relationship with the outdoors.