Mont-Royal is a commuter rail station on the AMT Deux-Montagnes line in Mount Royal, Quebec. Mont-Royal is also one of the three existing stations of the Mascouche line, which entered service in 2014.
Origin of name [ edit ]
Location of the station in the Town of Mount Royal
Mont-Royal takes its name from
Town of Mount Royal (in French, Ville-Mont-Royal), where the station is located; the town in turn, takes its name from Mount Royal, the mountain that dominates the Island of Montreal.
In the city of Montreal, there is also an unrelated
Metro station of the same name.
Location [ edit ]
The station is located at the eastern end of the
traffic circle created by Graham and Laird boulevards, between and between Lombard Crescent and Dunkirk road. Connaught Park is inside this traffic circle
History [ edit ]
Mont-Royal station was until 1992 a stop for
Via Rail passenger trains leaving or approaching Montreal's Central Station on this track.
Connecting bus routes [ edit ]
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