List of Montreal Metro stations

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This is a list of the Montreal Metro stations on the four lines operated by the Société de transport de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Odonyms & Namesakes[edit]

Name Odonym Namesake Line Opened
Angrignon Boulevard Angrignon; Parc Angrignon Jean-Baptiste Angrignon, city councillor  1  3 Sep 1978
Monk Boulevard Monk James Monk, Quebec Attorney-General  1  3 Sep 1978
Jolicoeur Rue Jolicoeur Jean-Moïse Jolicoeur, parish priest  1  3 Sep 1978
Verdun Rue de Verdun; borough of Verdun Notre-Dame-de-Saverdun, France, hometown of Seigneur Zacharie Dupuis  1  3 Sep 1978
De L'Église Avenue de l'Église Église Saint-Paul  1  3 Sep 1978
LaSalle Boulevard LaSalle Robert Cavelier de La Salle, French explorer, founder of Lachine  1  3 Sep 1978
Charlevoix Rue Charlevoix Pierre François Xavier de Charlevoix, French historian and explorer  1  3 Sep 1978
Lionel-Groulx Avenue Lionel-Groulx Fr. Lionel Groulx, Quebec historian  1  2  3 Sep 1978  1 
28 Apr 1980  2 
Atwater Avenue Atwater Edwin Atwater, city councillor  1  14 Oct 1966
Guy-Concordia
formerly Guy
Rue Guy
Concordia University
Étienne Guy, landowner
Concordia salus (Prosperity Through Concord), motto of Montreal
 1  14 Oct 1966
Peel Rue Peel Robert Peel, British Prime Minister  1  14 Oct 1966
McGill McGill College Avenue; McGill University James McGill, Businessman  1  14 Oct 1966
Place-des-Arts Place des Arts cultural complex Place des Arts cultural complex  1  14 Oct 1966
Saint-Laurent Boulevard Saint-Laurent So-called as the old road to Saint-Laurent  1  14 Oct 1966
Berri-UQAM
formerly Berri-de Montigny
Rue Berri
Université du Québec à Montréal
Rue de Montigny
Simon Després dit Le Berry, land owner (1659)
Université du Québec à Montréal
Testard de Montigny family
 1  2  4  14 Oct 1966  1  2 
1 Apr 1967  4 
Beaudry Rue Beaudry Pierre Beaudry, landowner  1  21 Dec 1966
Papineau Avenue Papineau Joseph Papineau, Quebec politician (father of Louis-Joseph Papineau)  1  14 Oct 1966
Frontenac Rue Frontenac Louis de Buade de Frontenac, Governor General of New France  1  19 Dec 1966
Préfontaine Rue Préfontaine; Parc Raymond-Préfontaine Raymond-Fournier Préfontaine, mayor of Montreal  1  6 Jun 1976
Joliette Rue Joliette Barthélemy Joliette, founder of Joliette, Quebec  1  6 Jun 1976
Pie-IX Boulevard Pie-IX Pope Pius IX  1  6 Jun 1976
Viau Rue Viau Charles-Théodore Viau, Quebec cookie magnate  1  6 Jun 1976
Assomption Boulevard de l'Assomption Dogma of the Assumption of Mary  1  after
6 Jun 1976
Cadillac Rue de Cadillac Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, French explorer  1  6 Jun 1976
Langelier Boul. Langelier François-Charles-Stanislas Langelier, mayor of Quebec City and Lieutenant Governor of Quebec  1  6 Jun 1976
Radisson Rue Radisson Pierre-Esprit Radisson, French explorer  1  6 Jun 1976
Honoré-Beaugrand Rue Honoré-Beaugrand Honoré Beaugrand, Quebec author and mayor of Montreal  1  6 Jun 1976
Côte-Vertu Chemin de la Côte-Vertu Notre-Dame-de-la-Vertu (Our Lady of Virtue), 18th-century name for the area  2  3 Nov 1986
Du Collège Rue du Collège Cégep de Saint-Laurent, local cégep  2  9 Jan 1984
De La Savane Rue de la Savane savane — a savanna or Quebec French for swamp  2  9 Jan 1984
Namur Rue Namur Namur, Belgium  2  9 Jan 1984
Plamondon Avenue Plamondon Antoine Plamondon, Quebec painter, or Rodolphe Plamondon, Quebec lyric artist  2  29 Jan 1982
Côte-Sainte-Catherine Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine Côte Sainte-Catherine, 18th century name for area of Outremont  2  4 Jan 1982
Snowdon Rue Snowdon; Snowdon neighbourhood Name of area's former landowner  2  5  7 Sep 1981  2 
4 Jan 1988  5 
Villa-Maria Villa-Maria High School Latin form of "Ville-Marie", former name of Montreal  2  7 Sep 1981
Vendôme Avenue de Vendôme Likely from the French Dukes of Vendôme  2  7 Sep 1981
Place-Saint-Henri Place Saint-Henri A parish church named for Saint Henry II, to commemorate Fr. Henri-Auguste Roux  2  28 Apr 1980
Georges-Vanier Boulevard Georges-Vanier Georges Vanier, Governor General of Canada  2  28 Apr 1980
Lucien-L'Allier Rue Lucien-L'Allier Lucien L'Allier, Quebec engineer, designer of the Metro  2  28 Apr 1980
Bonaventure Place Bonaventure Gare Bonaventure, in turn for former Rue Bonaventure; St Bonaventure, Italian cleric  2  13 Feb 1967
Square-Victoria Square Victoria Queen Victoria  2  6 Feb 1967
Place-d'Armes Place d'Armes Historical rallying point for city's defenders  2  14 Oct 1966
Champ-de-Mars Champ de Mars Park Common term for military exercise ground (Mars, god of war)  2  14 Oct 1966
Sherbrooke Rue Sherbrooke John Coape Sherbrooke, Governor General of British North America  2  14 Oct 1966
Mont-Royal Avenue du Mont-Royal Mount Royal  2  14 Oct 1966
Laurier Avenue Laurier Wilfrid Laurier, Prime Minister of Canada  2  14 Oct 1966
Rosemont Boulevard Rosemont; Rosemont neighbourhood Named by developer U.-H. Dandurand for his mother, née Rose Phillips  2  14 Oct 1966
Beaubien Rue Beaubien Prominent landowning family  2  14 Oct 1966
Jean-Talon Rue Jean-Talon Jean Talon, intendant of New France  2  5  14 Oct 1966  2 
16 Jun 1986  5 
Jarry Rue Jarry Stanislas Blénier dit Jarry père, landowner  2  14 Oct 1966
Crémazie Boul. Crémazie Octave Crémazie, Québecois poet  2  14 Oct 1966
Sauvé Rue Sauvé Name of a landowner  2  14 Oct 1966
Henri-Bourassa Boulevard Henri-Bourassa Henri Bourassa, Quebec journalist and politician  2  14 Oct 1966
Cartier Boulevard Cartier Sir George-Étienne Cartier Quebec politician, Father of Confederation  2  28 Apr 2007
De La Concorde Boulevard de la Concorde Place de la Concorde in Paris  2  28 Apr 2007
Montmorency Collège Montmorency François de Montmorency-Laval, first Roman Catholic Bishop of Quebec and landowner of Île Jésus (Laval)  2  28 Apr 2007
Jean-Drapeau
formerly Île-Sainte-Hélène
Parc Jean-Drapeau
Île Sainte-Hélène
Jean Drapeau, late ex-mayor of Montreal
Named by Samuel de Champlain for his wife, née Hélène Boullé
 4  1 Apr 1967
Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke
formerly Longueuil
City of Longueuil
University of Sherbrooke, Longueuil campus, in Édifice Saint-Charles
Probably for a town in Normandy
University of Sherbrooke, Longueuil campus, in Édifice Saint-Charles
 4  1 Apr 1967
Côte-des-Neiges Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges; Côte-des-Neiges neighbourhood Former Village of Côte-des-Neiges; name Notre-Dame-des-Neiges (Our Lady of the Snows) dates to 18th century  5  4 Jan 1988
Université-de-Montréal Université de Montréal Université de Montréal  5  4 Jan 1988
Édouard-Montpetit Boul. Édouard-Montpetit Édouard Montpetit, Quebec lawyer, economist and academic  5  4 Jan 1988
Outremont Avenue Outremont; borough of Outremont Named for a prominent estate (Outremont means "other side of the mountain")  5  4 Jan 1988
Acadie Boulevard de l'Acadie Commemorates bicentennial of the expulsion of the Acadians  5  28 Mar 1988
Parc Avenue du Parc Mont Royal Park  5  15 Jun 1987
De Castelnau Rue De Castelnau Édouard de Castelnau, French soldier  5  16 Jun 1986
Fabre Rue Fabre Édouard-Charles Fabre, first Roman Catholic Bishop of Montreal  5  16 Jun 1986
D'Iberville Rue D'Iberville Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, Quebec explorer, founder of Louisiana  5  16 Jun 1986
Saint-Michel Boulevard Saint-Michel; neighbourhood of Saint-Michel Saint Michael; long-standing name  5  16 Jun 1986

Line lengths[edit]

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 1  Angrignon to Honoré-Beaugrand 22.1 kilometres (13.7 miles) 27 stations
 2  Côte-Vertu to Montmorency approx. 24.8 kilometres or 15.4 miles 31 stations
 4  Berri-UQAM to Longueuil 4.25 kilometres (2.64 miles) 3 stations
 5  Snowdon to Saint-Michel 9.7 kilometres (6.0 miles) 12 stations

Interstation Distances[edit]

Section Line metres yards and feet
Angrignon to Monk  1  844.29 923 yd 1 ft
Monk to Jolicoeur  1  1,062.85 1,162 yd 1 ft
Jolicoeur to Verdun  1  761.39 832 yd 2 ft
Verdun to De L'Église  1  563.86 616 yd 2 ft
De L'Église to LaSalle  1  812.30 888 yd 1 ft
LaSalle to Charlevoix  1  707.25 773 yd 1 ft
Charlevoix to Lionel-Groulx  1  1,077.31 1,178 yd 0 ft
Lionel-Groulx to Atwater  1  1,387.74 1,517 yd 2 ft
Atwater to Guy-Concordia (Guy)  1  681.54 745 yd 1 ft
Guy-Concordia (Guy) to Peel  1  593.14 648 yd 2 ft
Peel to McGill  1  296.52 324 yd 1 ft
McGill to Place-des-Arts  1  345.69 378 yd 0 ft
Place-des-Arts to Saint-Laurent  1  354.38 387 yd 2 ft
Saint-Laurent to Berri-UQAM (Berri-de Montigny)  1  336.80 368 yd 1 ft
Berri-UQAM (Berri-de Montigny) to Beaudry  1  378.76 414 yd 1 ft
Beaudry to Papineau  1  495.00 541 yd 1 ft
Papineau to Frontenac  1  1,157.57 1,266 yd 0 ft
Frontenac to Préfontaine  1  1,003.95 1,098 yd 0 ft
Préfontaine to Joliette  1  383.43 419 yd 1 ft
Joliette to Pie-IX  1  766.88 838 yd 2 ft
Pie-IX to Viau  1  621.85 680 yd 0 ft
Viau to Assomption  1  895.87 979 yd 2 ft
Assomption to Cadillac  1  781.69 855 yd 0 ft
Cadillac to Langelier  1  518.51 567 yd 0 ft
Langelier to Radisson  1  621.79 680 yd 0 ft
Radisson to Honoré-Beaugrand  1  716.99 784 yd 0 ft
Côte-Vertu to Du Collège  2  777.24 850 yd 0 ft
Du Collège to De La Savane  2  1,281.69 1,401 yd 2.0 ft
De La Savane to Namur  2  786.70 860 yd 1.0 ft
Namur to Plamondon  2  988.47 1,081 yd 0 ft
Plamondon to Côte-Sainte-Catherine  2  451.10 493 yd 1.0 ft
Côte-Sainte-Catherine to Snowdon  2  693.00 757 yd 2.62 ft
Snowdon to Villa-Maria  2  884.41 967 yd 0.6 ft
Villa-Maria to Vendôme  2  1,407.32 1,539 yd 0.2 ft
Vendôme to Place-Saint-Henri  2  1,450.88 1,586 yd 2.1 ft
Place-Saint-Henri to Lionel-Groulx  2  579.60 633 yd 2.6 ft
Lionel-Groulx to Georges-Vanier  2  758.60 829 yd 1.8 ft
Georges-Vanier to Lucien-L'Allier  2  530.60 580 yd 0.8 ft
Lucien-L'Allier to Bonaventure  2  381.60 417 yd 1.0 ft
Bonaventure to Square-Victoria  2  392.60 429 yd 1.1 ft
Square-Victoria to Place-d'Armes  2  356.60 389 yd 2.9 ft
Place-d'Armes to Champ-de-Mars  2  370.60 405 yd 0.9 ft
Champ-de-Mars to Berri-UQAM (Berri-de-Montigny)  2  720.50 787 yd 2.8 ft
Berri-UQAM (Berri-de-Montigny) to Sherbrooke  2  579.10 633 yd 0.9 ft
Sherbrooke to Mont-Royal  2  932.10 1,019 yd 1.1 ft
Mont-Royal to Laurier  2  499.60 546 yd 1.1 ft
Laurier to Rosemont  2  746.10 815 yd 2.8 ft
Rosemont to Beaubien  2  541.10 591 yd 2.3 ft
Beaubien to Jean-Talon  2  712.10 778 yd 2.3 ft
Jean-Talon to Jarry  2  977.10 1,068 yd 1.7 ft
Jarry to Crémazie  2  825.60 902 yd 2.7 ft
Crémazie to Sauvé  2  1,279.60 1,399 yd 1.2 ft
Sauvé to Henri-Bourassa  2  771.60 843 yd 2.5 ft
Henri-Bourassa to Cartier  2  1,101.60 1,204 yd 2.2 ft
Cartier to De La Concorde  2  2,073.60 2,267 yd 2.1 ft
De La Concorde to Montmorency  2  847.60 926 yd 2.8 ft
Berri-UQAM (Berri-de Montigny) to Jean-Drapeau (Île-Sainte-Hélène)  4  2,362.10 2,583 yd 0.7 ft
Jean-Drapeau (Île-Sainte-Hélène) to Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke  4  1,572.10 1,719 yd 0.8 ft
Snowdon to Côte-des-Neiges  5  959.60 1,049 yd 1.3 ft
Côte-des-Neiges to Université-de-Montréal  5  764.60 836 yd 0.5 ft
Université-de-Montréal to Édouard-Montpetit  5  667.60 730 yd 0.3 ft
Édouard-Montpetit to Outremont  5  1,090.60 1,192 yd 2.1 ft
Outremont to Acadie  5  728.60 796 yd 2.4 ft
Acadie to Parc  5  727.60 795 yd 2.1 ft
Parc to De Castelnau  5  490.60 536 yd 1.6 ft
De Castelnau to Jean-Talon  5  471.60 515 yd 2.2 ft
Jean-Talon to Fabre  5  839.60 918 yd 0.6 ft
Fabre to D'Iberville  5  644.50 704 yd 2.5 ft
D'Iberville to Saint-Michel  5  607.60 664 yd 1.4 ft


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