Montreal Metro Maps simply wishes to inform you about the easiest way to find your way around in Montreal. Metro Montreal is our main form of public transport and most of us are regular users of our metro lines and metro bus, especially when the weather is bad.
Metro Montreal gets crowded depending on the time of day, but our 68 metro stations and four metro lines, that is our metro green line, orange, blue and yellow overlap at four stations and make it easier and faster to switch trains. A Montreal Metro that will eventually be extended in directions that still have to be finalised.
If you need to go to an important job interview, if you want to check if the apartment you plan on renting or the condo you plan on buying is near a metro station or a metro bus or, if you wish to go shopping in downtown Montreal, our Montreal Metro Maps and your OPUS metro card will take you safely to most if not all your destinations.
No Montreal Metro in Anjou
No Montreal Metro in Ile-Bizard-Sainte-Genevieve
No Montreal Metro in Lachine
No Montreal Metro in Montreal-Nord
No Montreal Metro in Riviere-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles
No Montreal Metro in Saint-Leonard
Metro Montreal Maps does not cover the entire Island of Montreal, at least not yet, but these Montreal Metro Maps should help you find your way to your next business lunch or your next convention meeting.
The corporate vision of the STM is to fulfill the public mobility needs in terms of frequency, speed, punctuality and comfort. A STM 2025 Strategic Organizational Plan has been put together and new metro stations and bus lines will eventually be added.
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Montreal Metro Maps by Rachel Louise Barry