A sample of the last 20 minutes is taken to compute the average turn-around time for each terminal. In order to determine the duration for each segment, we calculate the difference between two subsequent card readings.
As a registered user, by signing in to the Trucking PORTal, you can receive notifications. Simply create personalized alerts in the Trucking PORTal, under your profile.
Simply download and install the application on your smart phone or use the Web version on a tablet or computer. Then you’ll be able to create a profile from the Trucking PORTal. As a registered user, by signing in to the Trucking PORTal, you can access the history of your trip wait times.
By going on our website www.port-montreal.com/en/permits-and-other-documents.html
Read the Directive for Port Identification / Pass Card
Then fill out the Request for Port Identification / Pass Card form
Yes, road transport routes remain entirely anonymous. The Port of Montreal does not log truck location data, but reads license plates to determine the transit time to the various milestones on your route.
The dashboard only gives wait times at the international container terminals: Cast (MGT), Racine (MGT) , Maisonneuve (Termont) and Viau.
Yes. And this info is available at all times and it’s updated every 3 minutes.
The “Trucking PORTal” application can be downloaded on smart phones. The Web version can be used on tablets and computers.