At the service of road transport and truck drivers
The Port of Montreal Trucking PORTal is a free user-friendly application at the service of the road transport industry and truck drivers who frequent the Port of Montreal.
Download the free application
The “Trucking PORTal” application can be downloaded on smart phones. The Web version can be used on tablets and computers.
You will find the Trucking PORTal application on Google Play and Apple Store.
Shorten terminal wait times
The Trucking PORTal delivers info in real time on truck traffic and wait times at the Cast, Racine, Maisonneuve (Termont) and Viau terminals in the Port of Montreal.
Avoid congestion at the entrance to the Port
Posting wait times on the terminals lets the road transport industry and truck drivers better plan their routes to terminal gates and reduce congestion at the entrance to the Port.
Get easier access to the terminals
The Trucking PORTal is an advanced new tool that provides a definite advantage for streamlining trucking: shorter wait times and faster access to the terminals.
Create personalized alerts
On the Trucking PORTal, you can create a profile and alerts that notify you when the wait time reaches the level that you set for the Cast, Racine, Maisonneuve and Viau terminals. You can also view the history of your wait times at the terminals during your last truck trips to the Port of Montreal.
Improve truck traffic
By using the Trucking PORTal, you’re helping to improve truck traffic on Port of Montreal territory.
The Trucking PORTal is part of the Port of Montreal’s Greenhouse Gas Projects’ (GHGP) that aims to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.This project has received financial support from Transport Canada.
The Trucking PORTal makes it possible to fight pollution: improved truck traffic flow means less congestion at the entrance to the Port and a significant reduction in fuel use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
With the GHG Project, the Port of Montreal furthers its efforts to improve its environmental record, in collaboration with its partners in road transport.