Société de Transport de Montréal: Division 54 - Anjou
STM: Anjou Division serves the transit mainly to:
The Anjou division is located in the Anjou Industrial park, more specifically at 8150 Larrey.
In the 1980s, the CTCUM was going through a very important growth. With 2,000 buses in their fleet, and demands for expansion to the areas of Pointe-Aux-Trembles/Montreal-Est and Anjou. The decision was made to build a new garage in the growing industrial park of Anjou.
The construction of the garage started in August 1981 on a land measuring 190 meters long and 325 meters wide. Construction was confided in the Pisapia construction firm. Total cost of the project was $12,190,000. The building would have room to contain 275 buses and would become the 9th division and 12th garage of the CTCUM.
Construction of the Anjou garage ended on the 16th of December 1982, just in time for the new schedules that were to start in January of 1983. The garage gained the following as staff for the first day of service of the garage; 1 superintendent, 16 inspectors, 15 mechanics, 3 security agents, 1 chief CO and 427 drivers. The first day of service was on January 3rd 1983.
The first driver to take out a bus of the garage was M. André Laprise using 17-108, a 1975 GM New Look. The garage continued providing service until its official inauguration on April 15th, 1983.
The garage celebrated their 25th anniversary on 15th April, 2008.
- Oldest Bus: 22-202
- Newest Bus: 31-235
Anjou was the first division to receive buses to meet EPA 2010 standards, buses 30-095 to 30-230 currently run with Anjou.
Point de Relève
|39||Des Grandes Prairies||L-G Forget/Larrey|
|40||Henri-Bourassa Est||L-G Forget/Henri-Bourassa|
|186||Sherbrooke Est||Station Honoré-Beaugrand|
|444||Express CÉGEP Marie-Victorin||Station Radisson|
|486||Express Sherbrooke||Station Honoré-Beaugrand|
|487||Express Bout-De-L'Île||Station Honoré-Beaugrand|
|Route Number||Route Name||Releve Point||Remarks|
|89||Gouin/Perras||Perras/Armand-Bombardier||Ended January 2, 2011|