AGENCE MÉTROPOLITAINE DE TRANSPORT
Our mission is to expand public transport services in order to improve commuting efficiency in the Greater Montreal area.
What we do:
Since we started out in 1996, we have been making the most of our expertise to plan, operate and promote public transit in Montreal and environs. To help us fulfill this mandate, we have been conferred the status of government agency with a metropolitan vocation, and we in fact report to the Quebec Transport Minister.
- Plan, coordinate, integrate and promote public transport services in close cooperation with our partners
- Operate the commuter rail network and the metropolitan bus network
- Take an active part in improving the efficiency of transit lines with a metropolitan vocation
- Plan and build any eventual extensions to the Métro system
- Participate in funding the operation of services provided by 14 transport authorities in the region
- To support, develop, coordinate and promote special transportation services for persons with disabilities
- Provide our partners with expertise and tools that address their many needs in terms of financing and managing commuter considerations
Our Head Office:
- 700, rue De La Gauchetière Ouest, 26th Floor
- 514 287-2464
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Board of Directors
There are seven Directors on our Board: The government of Quebec appoints the Chairperson, who is also the President and CEO, as well as three people drawn from the socio-economic community. The Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC) delegates three other members from the ranks of its constituent members, i.e. one Director from the City of Montreal, one from the City of Longueuil or Laval and one successively appointed from any of the other municipalities in the northern or southern suburbs of Montreal.
|President and CEO and Chairman of the Board of the AMT
Mayor, Ville de Vaudreuil-Dorion
President of CIT La Presqu’île
Member of Commission de transport CMM
Member of the Executive Committee, responsible for transportation
City Councillor, Norman-McLaren district in Saint-Laurent
Independent consultant specialized in infrastructure and public service financing
President and CEO
President and CEO Nicolas Girard is ably supported by a solid team of specialists entirely dedicated to the expansion of public transport services in Greater Montreal in a perspective of sustainable development.
Minister of Transport of Quebec
|Board of Directors
AMT Secretary General and Vice-president of Corporate and Legal Affairs
President and CEO
Manager Internal Audit
Vice-president Administration and Finance
Vice-président Planning and Innovation
Vice-president Communications and marketing
Vice-president Engineering and Construction
Strategic Data and Metropolitan Affairs
The AMT has over 380 employees, including permanent and contractual staff as well as consultants. To this number are added several interns each year who serve as excellent ambassadors for the AMT within educational institutions, thus facilitating recruitment and fostering new talent.
In 2012, the AMT completed several projects, including the final implementation of the SAP integrated management software. Every unit of the ATM contributed to the realization of this major project for the organization. We worked hard to harmonize our business processes and took advantage of the opportunity to implement new ones. Our institutional values ‒ commitment, innovation, leadership and accountability ‒ as well as our guiding principle, respect, continue to dictate our actions in the development of future projects.
Our territory encompasses 83 municipalities and the Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve. It extends from as far north as Saint-Jérôme all the way south to Saint-Jean-Baptiste, and from Hudson in the west to Contrecœur in the east.
This territory reflects the Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) defined in 1996 and also comprises the territory defined by the automobile drivers' public transport contribution fund, which has been in place since 1992. The AMT's territorial limits are scheduled to change somewhat to reflect the impact of socio-demographic changes on commuter arteries in the region and in response to upcoming decisions in public transit matters. Any addition or withdrawal of a municipality would require an amendment of the AMT Act.
The main players in Transport
Ministère des Transports du Québec (MTQ)
The municipal partners
14 transit agencies
12 paratransit agencies (PTA)
- 3 public transport agencies:
Réseau de transport de Longueuil (RTL) / Société de transport de Laval (STL) / Société de transport de Montréal (STM)
- 9 intermunicipal boards of transport (CIT) :
CIT de Chambly-Richelieu-Carignan / CIT de la Presqu’Île / CIT de la Vallée du Richelieu / CIT de Sorel-Varennes / CIT du Haut-Saint-Laurent / CIT du Sud-Ouest / CIT Laurentides / CIT Le Richelain / CIT Roussillon
- 1 regional transport board (CRT) :
CRT de Lanaudière
- 1 municipality that organizes its own public transit service: the town of Sainte-Julie
- 83 municipalities on our territory, as well as the Kahnawake Mohawk Reserve
- 12 regional county municipalities (RCM)
- 2 agglomeration councils (Montreal and Longueuil)
- The Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC)
- Ministère des Finances du Québec (department of finance)
- Ministère des Affaires municipales, des Régions et de l'Occupation du territoire du Québec (department of municipal affairs, regions and land occupancy)
- Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs du Québec (department of sustainable development, the environment and parks)
- Quebec Treasury Board
- Transport Canada