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Transit services in and around Montreal, the largest city in the province of Quebec and the second-largest city in Canada, are provided by various transit agencies dedicated to serving specific parts of the entire metropolitan area consisted of roughly 4200 km2. Transit services on the island of Montreal, including the extensive metro subway system, are managed and operated by The Soci´t´ de transport de Montr´al (STM); transit services in the city of Longueil and nearby neighborhoods on the South Shore of Montreal are provided by R´seau de transport de Longueuil (RTL); transit services in the city of Laval and nearby neighborhoods north of Montreal are provided by Soci´t´ de transport de Laval (STL). In addition to these three major transit agencies, Conseil Intermunicipal de Transport (CIT), a regional transit authority with services provided by contractors over 14 subdivided suburban transit authorities, provides an extensive transit network for several communities located in the suburbs on the outskirt of Montreal.&bsp;
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