At least one confirmed COVID-19 case transferred from the Yellow line to the Orange line on March 6. A third Société de transport de Montréal (STM) employee has tested positive for the coronavirus. Coronavirus: Passengers must board STM buses through rear doors Passengers are asked to stay behind the yellow line in front of the bus, and to … Coronavirus: STM reports a drastic drop in métro and bus rides Back to video Despite the drastic drop, the transit agency has continued to deploy its full fleet of buses and métro cars, Déry said. The mobile clinic will be able to … Information regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Dear guests, the mountain railways are operating, and hotels, holiday apartments and camping sites are also open and looking forward to welcoming you – despite the mini-lockdown. As Laval resident Jessica Rosen was driving Thursday morning, she was shocked to see the driver of the bus in the next lane sticking his face through the side window and making a … The STM's kiosk at the Montreal airport for the 747 bus line will be closed until further notice. [#covid-19] Avec l'ouverture de nouvelles cliniques de dépistage, la #STM rappelle de ne pas utiliser le transport en commun si vous craignez d'être atteint du virus. www.stm.info/en/press/press-releases/2020/covid-19---the-stm-remains-vigilant La STM précise que le service de transport en autobus du réseau n’est pas gratuit, même si l’organisation ne vérifie plus la validité des titres de transport. MONTREAL -- Montreal public health will begin using city buses to test people with COVID-19 in the city’s hotspots. Bus drivers will also begin accepting fares again, according to the STM. The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has announced it will be reducing its regular bus and metro schedules by 20 per cent amid the coronavirus pandemic as of March 30. Montreal-area public transit agencies step up COVID-19 safety measures following bus drivers’ lead By Anne Leclair Global News Posted March 17, 2020 4:10 pm