Candiac Line (AMT) - List of Stations

List of Stations

The following stations are on the Candiac line:

Station Location Connections
Lucien-L'Allier Ville-Marie, Montreal Downtown Terminus (Terminus RTL), Lucien-L'Allier metro station, Société de transport de Montréal (STM) 36 (On rue Saint-Antoine),150,358,410,430,535 (On René Lévesque Boulevard), 935 Trainbus Blainville / Centreville (one block away at the corner of René Lévesque Boulevard and Peel Street.
Vendôme Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montreal (connection to Vendôme metro station) STM 17 (north bound at the corner of Decarie Boulevard and De Maisonneuve Boulevard, south bound at the corner of rue Girouard and chemin Upper Lachine),37,90,102,104,105,124,371 (same corners as 17) & 24,63,356 (these last three one block north on Sherbrooke Street west).
Montréal-Ouest Montreal West STM 51,90 (250 metres south on rue Saint-Jacques),105,123,162,356.
LaSalle LaSalle STM 110.
Sainte-Catherine Sainte-Catherine CIT Roussillon: 33
Saint-Constant Saint-Constant CIT Roussillon: 30, 35
Delson Delson CIT Roussillon: 36
Candiac Candiac CIT Le Richelain: 1, 10, 31

The commuter line operates over the following Canadian Pacific Railway subdivisions:

  • Westmount Subdivision (between Lucien L'Allier and Montreal West
  • South Jct Lead (between Montreal West and South Jct*
  • Adirondack Subdivision (between South Jct and Candiac

South Jct is not a passenger stop.

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