Bus routes diverted due to flooding

Des bus lines diverted due to flooding

An STM bus.

Even if Montreal is more spared than many other regions by spring floods, the effects are still felt there. The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) has implemented preventive diversions for several bus lines in Pierrefonds-Roxboro.

Line 68, which runs on Gouin Boulevard, has eight canceled stops. Stops between de l’Anse-à-l’Orme/Timberlea-Trail and Gouin/No 20392, including these, are cancelled. The Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park is thus the starting point and the terminus of the line. Further on line 68, stops between Gouin/2e rue and Gouin/Le Boulevard, including these, are also cancelled.

Line 201 is diverted southbound only, between De Pierrefonds/René-Émard and Anselme-Lavigne/Saint-Jean, which results in the cancellation of these two stops as well as two other stops: René-Émard/No 4600 and René-Émard/Anselme-Lavigne.

The same stops are canceled on line 205, westbound only. On the side of the 409 Express line, the René-Émard/De Pierrefonds stop is cancelled.

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