Société de transport de Montréal Centre de transport Stinson

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Centre de transport Stinson is an STM maintenance and administrative facility, located at 635 Stinson Street, in the borough of Saint-Laurent, Montréal.

Overview

The 38,400 square-metre, two-storey building is able to house 200 rigid and 100 articulated buses. The project and funding was announced in November 2011. Transports Québec funded 75 percent of the $160 million cost, with the rest coming from the STM. Construction was expected to start in June 2012 and completion of the facility was expected in the fall of 2013.[1]

The STM surpassed the 400 million rider mark in 2011. To meet the projected 40 per cent increase in ridership in the 2020 Plan, it was recommended service be improved by 32%. The bus fleet would therefore have to be expanded by 25% from 1680 to 2100 buses. This new facility would aid in storing the buses needed. The facility would also be capable of maintaining and storing hybrid buses, electric buses, and electric midibuses.[2]

Stinson Centre is LEED Gold certified, the first building to achieve this in Canada. The facility minimized effects on surface water and the surrounding environment during construction. Where possible, the materials used in this facility were from local sources. To mitigate disruption to residences around the facility, the path of buses is kept well within the perimeter of the facility. There is more use of natural lighting within the building with spaces for light to shine through over the maintenance and storage area, as well as large windows in the administration section. The building features a green roof with more green spaces around the building and a communal green space near the offices. A system recovers a portion of graywater and rainwater, and another system recovers 85 percent of heat generated.[3]

The facility begun operation on January 6, 2014.[4]

A nearby industrial facility, at 380 Stinson Street, was leased for 5 years in order to store some of 300 buses purchased under mayoress Plante. The maintenance is performed at CT Stinson. [5]

Current fleet

As of March 2022.

Regular buses (233 vehicles)

Year Make Model Series Fleet Numbers Total Notes
2010 Nova Bus LFS 29- 149-156 28 Airport runners.
30- 006-015, 021-025
016-020 Airport runners.
2010 Nova Bus LFS 31- 001-008 8 Airport runners.
2011 Nova Bus LFS 31- 054-062, 070-071, 081-084, 094-095, 099, 168, 187-197 45
211-220 Airport runners.
32- 028-032
2017 Nova Bus LFS HEV 37- 001-107 107
2018 Nova Bus LFS HEV 39- 001-015 15 Airport runners.
2020 NFI XE40 40- 901-930 30

Articulated buses (80 vehicles)

Year Make Model Series Fleet Numbers Total Notes
2009 Nova Bus LFS Artic 29- 805-819 15
2011 Nova Bus LFS Artic 31- 801-820 20
2013 Nova Bus LFS Artic 33- 801-845 45

Current routes

Updated for 2022.

STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 16 Graham
STM Articulated bus.png STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 80 Avenue du Parc
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 93 Jean-Talon
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 100 Crémazie
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 103 Monkland
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 105 Sherbrooke
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 115 Paré
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 119 Rockland
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 124 Victoria
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 128 Ville-Saint-Laurent
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 160 Barclay
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 162 Westminster
STM Articulated bus.png STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 165 Côte-des-Neiges
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 166 Queen-Mary
STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 171 Henri-Bourassa
STM Regulier test.png 175 Griffith / Saint-François
STM Regulier test.png 213 Parc-Industriel-Saint-Laurent
STM Accessibility.png STM Nuit v2.png 369 Côte-des-Neiges
STM Accessibility.png STM Nuit v2.png 371 Décarie
STM Accessibility.png STM Nuit v2.png 380 Henri-Bourassa
STM Articulated bus.png STM Accessibility.png STM Express v2.png 465 Express Côte-des-Neiges
STM Articulated bus.png STM Accessibility.png STM Regulier test.png 470 Express Pierrefonds
STM Articulated bus.png STM Accessibility.png STM Express v2.png 480 Express Du Parc
STM Accessibility.png STM Express v2.png 485 Express Antoine-Faucon
STM Accessibility.png STM Navette v2.png 711 Parc-du-Mont-Royal / Oratoire
STM Accessibility.png STM Navette v2.png 747 YUL Aéroport / Centre-ville

Key:
STM Articulated bus.png Route is served with articulated buses
STM Accessibility.png Route is wheelchair accessible
STM Regulier test.png Regular routes (10 to 225)
STM 10 minutes max v1.png 10-Minute Max routes
STM Navette or.png Senior shuttles (252 to 263)
STM Nuit v2.png Night routes (350 to 382)
STM Express v2.png Express routes (401 to 496)
STM Navette v2.png Shuttle routes (700, 800 and 900 series).


References

  1. Riga, Andy (29 November 2011). STM to build bus garage in St. Laurent. ‘’Montreal Gazette’’ (Montreal). Retrieved 2012-03-07
  2. Un Centre de Transport Vert et Or!. Mouvement Collectif. 13 December 2011. Retrieved on 2012-03-07
  3. A New STM Bus Garage Transports Québec invests in this green project that aims for gold! (Press release). STM. 28 November 2011. Retrieved on 2012-03-07
  4. Centre de transport Stinson Société de transport de Montréal. Retrieved on 2022-03-08
  5. 300 bus supplémentaires : une première étape franchie (Press release). STM. February 4, 2019. Retrieved on 2022-03-08.
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Current fleet
Low floor 25-201 to 25-248 - 26-001 to 26-086 - 27-001 to 27-030 - 27-501 to 27-536 - 28-001 to 28-132 - 29-001 to 29-071 - 29-072 to 29-156 - 30-001 to 30-255 - 30-256 - 31-001 to 31-237 - 32-001 to 32-032
Hybrid 28-701 to 28-708 - 36-001 to 36-027 - 36-028 to 36-051 - 37-001 to 37-107 - 38-001 to 38-100 - 39-001 to 39-150 - 40-001 to 40-251 - 41-001 to 41-178
Electric 36-901 to 36-903 - 39-901 to 39-904 - 40-901 to 40-930
Articulated 29-801 to 29-858 - 30-801 to 30-882 - 31-801 to 31-862 - 32-801 to 32-810 - 33-801 to 33-845
Minibus 34-533 to 34-545 - 35-546 to 35-558 - 36-559 to 36-572 - 37-501 to 37-528 - 39-401 to 39-412 - 39-501 to 39-518 - 40-501 to 40-514 - 41-501 to 41-514 - 41-591
Métro 78-001 to 78-141 - 79-501 to 79-782 - 10-011 to 10-719
Service vehicles Service vehicles
Facilities
Divisions/garages Stinson - Anjou - Saint-Denis - LaSalle - Mont-Royal - Legendre - Frontenac - Saint-Laurent - Saint-Michel (Adapté)
Routes
Métro Green - Orange - Yellow - Blue
Bus 10 to 99 - 100 to 199 - 200 to 299 - Night - Express - Shuttle
Métro Stations
Green Angrignon - Monk - Jolicoeur - Verdun - De l'Église - LaSalle - Charlevoix - Lionel-Groulx - Atwater - Guy-Concordia - Peel - McGill - Place-des-Arts - Saint-Laurent - Berri-UQAM - Beaudry - Papineau - Frontenac - Préfontaine - Joliette - Pie-IX - Viau - Assomption - Cadillac - Langelier - Radisson - Honoré-Beaugrand
Orange Côte-Vertu - Du Collège - De la Savane - Namur - Plamondon - Côte-Sainte-Catherine - Snowdon - Villa-Maria - Vendôme - Place-Saint-Henri - Lionel-Groulx - Georges-Vanier - Lucien-L'Allier - Bonaventure - Square-Victoria - Place-d'Armes - Champ-de-Mars - Berri-UQAM - Sherbrooke - Mont-Royal - Laurier - Rosemont - Beaubien - Jean-Talon - Jarry - Crémazie - Sauvé - Henri-Bourassa - Cartier - De la Concorde - Montmorency
Yellow Berri-UQAM - Jean-Drapeau - Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke
Blue Snowdon - Côte-des-Neiges - Université-de-Montréal - Édouard-Montpetit - Outremont - Acadie - Parc - De Castelnau - Jean-Talon - Fabre - D'Iberville - Saint-Michel
Greater Montréal Agencies
Image:Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain
Laval
Longueuil
Montréal
Exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain
Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Transport MRC de Joliette