Stationnement de Montréal


Design, innovation, technology

Since its creation in 1995, the Société en commandite Stationnement de Montréal has been a major player in the development of operational solutions for urban travel. Originally founded to ensure the optimal management of municipal paid on-street and off-street parking, the Société was quickly recognized for its innovation, its advantageous use of cutting-edge technologies and the harmonious integration of its installations into the urban landscape.


Its Pay and Go system won the prestigious Award of Merit from the International Parking Institute in the category: Innovation in a parking operation or program.




At the service of the Ville de Montréal and its residents


Every year, Stationnement de Montréal pays the Ville de Montréal a good part of the revenue it earns from operating public parking. In 2010, Stationnement de Montréal has remitted to the Ville de Montréal more than $41.4 million for the benefit of Montrealers. Stationnement de Montréal employs 85 people, including 74 employees of the Ville de Montréal.


Legal status

The Société en commandite Stationnement de Montréal (Stationnement de Montréal) is a subsidiary of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montréal. By its very nature, Stationnement de Montréal has no board of directors. Accesum Inc., its general partner, acts on behalf of Stationnement de Montréal. The Board of Trade is the limited partner of Accesum.


Encouraging young people to stay in school

 

Since its founding in 1995, Stationnement de Montréal has supported efforts to encourage young people to stay in school by giving a percentage of its profits to MR3 Montréal Relève (Fonds Ville-Marie). This organization devotes its resources to developing and delivering Student Business, a Montréal program that promotes academic persistence by offering career exploration internships to Secondary 3 and 4 students. Since its creation, some 10,000 public school students have completed internships with 900 partner organizations allowing students to explore various career options and make better informed post-secondary study choices.

Since 1995, Stationnement de Montréal has paid more than $7.4 million on behalf of Montréal youths, or the equivalent of 300 000 mentoring hours.


The 2013 crop of Student Business trainees