Candiac Line (AMT)

Candiac Line (AMT)

Candiac Line
Legend
Lucien-L'AllierLucien-L'Allier metro
VendômeVendôme metro
Autoroute 15
Montréal-Ouest
to Blainville-Saint-Jérôme line
to Vaudreuil-Hudson line
Autoroute 20
Lachine Canal
LaSalle
Saint-Laurent Bridge - Saint Lawrence River
Autoroute 30
Sainte-Catherine
Saint-Constant
Delson
Autoroute 15
Candiac

The Candiac line is a commuter railway line in Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT), the umbrella organization that plans, integrates, and coordinates public transport services across this region. It was known as the Delson line from 2001 to 2005 and the Delson–Candiac line from 2005 to 2010.

The Candiac Line was originally operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) between 1887 and 1980. The AMT resumed passenger service on this line in 2001.

There are 6 inbound and 6 outbound trains each weekday.

Read more about Candiac Line (AMT):  Overview, History, Future Projects, List of Stations

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