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UPDATE ON THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

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Mont-Tremblant public transit (TCMT)

Free for everyone!

Mont-Tremblant public transit is free for everyone, all the time. Use and enjoy it!

WITH ZENBUS, FOLLOW YOUR BUS IN REAL TIME

Mont-Tremblant public transit is proud to present Zenbus, its all-new information system. The Zenbus application provides every user with the opportunity to locate their bus in real time, 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: Zenbus.net/tcmt.

​In spite of the introduction of Zenbus, the Transit application is still functioning for users who prefer that platform.

 

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.

NOTICE TO USERS

SCHEDULE CHANGE DUE TO THE CURRENT SITUATION RELATED TO COVID-19

Due to the current situation related to COVID-19, please note that for an indefinite period, the public transit schedule will be offered only in accordance with regular hours: no extended hours on Fridays and Saturdays.

The regular hours*

  • LINE A from 5:38 a.m. to 11:38 p.m. 
  • LINE B from 6:12 a.m. to 6:40 p.m. 

* Overall bus schedule. Varies in accordance with the bus stops. Check the schedule for the various stops to know when the first departure and last run will take place.

WEARING OF FACE COVERING (MASKS)

  • required for those aged 10 and over
    - access to the bus will be refused to those not wearing a face covering/mask
    - the face covering must cover both nose and mouth
  • recommended for those aged from two to nine
  • not recommended for children less than two years of age

This measure must be used in conjunction with the other protective rules, such as:

  • coughing or sneezing into your elbow;
  • regularly washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or cleaning them with an alcohol-based antiseptic solution;
  • maintaining a physical distance of two metres (six feet) from other passengers whenever possible.

Please note that the Public Health Branch strongly recommends that the following groups of persons not wear face coverings: children under the age of two, persons with respiratory difficulties and persons with handicaps or those unable to remove their face covering without the help of another person.

If you are sick or believe that you have COVID-19, do not take public transit; remain at home.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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.

Bicycle racks 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. 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.

 

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