Pokémon Go might be awesome, but it does require a lot of walking.\nSometimes it make you wish you could just sit back and be driven around to find Pokémon.\nAnd i'm not the only one who thinks this way. someone even create an Uber type service to drive people around looking for Pokémon.\nRiding the metro might help but who the hell wants to walk in and out of every metro station in the city.\nThe obvious solution is to take the bus and just ride along picking up as many Pokémon as you can at every stop.\nREAD ALSO:\n12 Hidden Montreal Spots You Can Bring A Date To Catch Rare Pokémon \t7 Montreal STM Bus Lines Where You Can Catch The Most Rare Pokémon \tPokémon GO Is Uniting Montrealers Like Nothing Else Ever Has. Yes, EVER! \tHi! I’m 26, From Montreal, Canada And I’m Already Addicted To Pokémon GO \tI Patiently Waited To Download The Official Pokémon GO App In Canada And Now I Regret It\nSo basically we were looking for 3 things:\nThe longest bus routes, because they provide better odds of catching more Pokémon.\nThe Bus routes that pass he most often, so in case you have to get off the bus, you can wait 5-10 mins and hop on the next one to continue your quest.\nFinally we prioritized the bus routes that ride though the most heavily Pokémon populated areas.\n144 Avenue des Pins East / West\n24 Sherbrooke East / West\n211 Bord-du-Lac East / West\nPhoto cred - stm.info\n165 Côte-des-Neiges North / South\n55 Boulevard Saint-Laurent North / South\n32 Lacordaire North / South\n45 Papineau North / South\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.