A-33.3 - Act respecting the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain

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6. The Authority must, in particular and taking into account the instructions it receives from the Minister to promote intermodality, shared transportation, and safe, accessible, equitable and efficient public transit,
(1)  determine the public transit it will make available to meet the needs of users, including mobility impaired users, through services provided to it by public transit authorities in their respective areas of jurisdiction;
(2)  coordinate shared transportation services, in particular bus services with subway and suburban train services, by taking measures designed to improve and integrate those services;
(3)  manage fare revenues from shared transportation services in a rigorous and transparent manner;
(4)  implement measures to foster traffic mobility in the metropolitan arterial system, disseminate information to users of shared transportation services and provide them with ticketing services, the latter through a single window that provides simplified access to all services in its area of jurisdiction;
(5)  study and plan the maintenance, improvement, replacement, addition or demolition of shared transportation equipment and infrastructures;
(6)  ensure that the equipment used by the public transit authorities to issue transit tickets and collect revenue is compatible with its integrated system;
(7)  promote shared transportation, active transportation and carpooling, in particular by establishing or encouraging incentives to foster the use of those modes of transportation;
(8)  study and implement measures promoting the electrification of shared transportation;
(8.1)  foster the coordination of shared transportation services and urbanization in its area of jurisdiction; and
(9)  exercise any other function conferred on it by the Government, the Minister or the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 3; 2017, c. 17 2017, c. 17, s. 48.
6. The Authority must, in particular and taking into account the instructions it receives from the Minister to promote intermodality, shared transportation, and safe, accessible, equitable and efficient public transit,
(1)  determine the public transit it will make available to meet the needs of users, including mobility impaired users, through services provided to it by public transit authorities in their respective areas of jurisdiction;
(2)  coordinate shared transportation services, in particular bus services with subway and suburban train services, by taking measures designed to improve and integrate those services;
(3)  manage fare revenues from shared transportation services in a rigorous and transparent manner;
(4)  implement measures to foster traffic mobility in the metropolitan arterial system, disseminate information to users of shared transportation services and provide them with ticketing services, the latter through a single window that provides simplified access to all services in its area of jurisdiction;
(5)  study and plan the maintenance, improvement, replacement, addition or demolition of shared transportation equipment and infrastructures;
(6)  ensure that the equipment used by the public transit authorities to issue transit tickets and collect revenue is compatible with its integrated system;
(7)  promote shared transportation, active transportation and carpooling, in particular by establishing or encouraging incentives to foster the use of those modes of transportation;
(8)  study and implement measures promoting the electrification of shared transportation; and
(9)  exercise any other function conferred on it by the Government, the Minister or the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 3.
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6. The Authority must, in particular and taking into account the instructions it receives from the Minister to promote intermodality, shared transportation, and safe, accessible, equitable and efficient public transit,
(1)  determine the public transit it will make available to meet the needs of users, including mobility impaired users, through services provided to it by public transit authorities in their respective areas of jurisdiction;
(2)  coordinate shared transportation services, in particular bus services with subway and suburban train services, by taking measures designed to improve and integrate those services;
(3)  manage fare revenues from shared transportation services in a rigorous and transparent manner;
(4)  implement measures to foster traffic mobility in the metropolitan arterial system, disseminate information to users of shared transportation services and provide them with ticketing services, the latter through a single window that provides simplified access to all services in its area of jurisdiction;
(5)  study and plan the maintenance, improvement, replacement, addition or demolition of shared transportation equipment and infrastructures;
(6)  ensure that the equipment used by the public transit authorities to issue transit tickets and collect revenue is compatible with its integrated system;
(7)  promote shared transportation, active transportation and carpooling, in particular by establishing or encouraging incentives to foster the use of those modes of transportation;
(8)  study and implement measures promoting the electrification of shared transportation; and
(9)  exercise any other function conferred on it by the Government, the Minister or the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
2016, c. 82016, c. 8, s. 3.