Special Features 2017-10-28T16:31:33+00:00

Special Features

Integrated Mobility Experience: Explore Montréal with Integrated Mobility Services
Viger Hall Lobby

During ITS World Congress 2017, the OPUS card will be the key of your travels while you are in Montréal. Provided during/at on-site Registration, the OPUS card offers:

  • Unlimited access to STM bus and métro service;
  • Unlimited access to commuter trains and local bus services on the North and South Shores (RTL, RTM, STL);
  • A free access to Communauto’s 100% electric and hybrid free-floating carsharing service; and
  • A free access to BIXI bike sharing system.

**Pre-registration required to use carsharing and bike sharing services.**

Transit fare cards are courtesy of Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) in collaboration with STM.

Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is a public company operating the bus and métro service in Montréal. With 68 métro stations and 220 bus lines, it provides more than 1.3 million passenger rides each day.

Communauto is mission based carsharing company with a social, environmental and urban orientation. Providing its service in 7 Canadian cities and abroad, in Paris (France). User  are sharing more than 2 000 vehicles and they benefit from two complementary offers: round-trip and station based carsharing services.

Much more than a simple mode of transport, BIXI is now a great way to zip around the city whenever you want to go wherever your heart desires.

Innovation Reception
Tuesday 31 October                           15:30 – 16:30 | ITS America Booth #104
Featuring Kapsch Factory1 startup company demos. Open to all!

ITS World Congress 2017 Gala: A Ghoulishly Good Time
Tuesday 31 October                           19:00 | Room 710AB

Does an evening of fright sound alright? The annual World Congress Gala falls on Halloween, so get set for a ghoulishly good time! Come dressed to impress for the ‘Best Costume’ Award, enjoy a special food and drink menu, and learn how different cultures observe one of the oldest – and most diverse – holidays still celebrated the world over. Tickets are $200 and can be purchased online during registration prior to the event or onsite through the Registration desk.