Du Ruisseau (AMT)
Entrance on Henri-Bourassa Blvd. West
|Location||3735 Henri-Bourassa Blvd. West,
|Bicycle facilities||21 spaces|
|Electrified||25 kV AC 60 Hz catenary|
|Passengers (2014)||706,600 (AMT)|
Origin of name
Du Ruisseau takes its name from nearby Boulevard Du Ruisseau, located in the heart of the subdivision.
Prior to the modernization of the Deux-Montagnes Line, between 1993 and 1995, this area was served by the now defunct Monkland station, located some 700 metres further west at the O'Brien Avenue level crossing. It was intended that line 2 be extended at this end. The proposed Bois-Franc metro station could have been intermodal with the former Monkland station.
The station is located at 3735 Henri-Bourassa Boulevard West, between Jules-Poitras Boulevard and Dutrisac Street, just west of Autoroute 15 exit # 3 in Saint-Laurent on the border with Cartierville. It is located about one kilometre from the Bois-de-Boulogne station on the Saint-Jérôme Line.
Connecting bus routes
|Société de transport de Montréal|
|No. and Route Name||Service Times||Route Map||Schedule|
|117 O’Brien||All-Day before 8:00PM||Map||Schedule|
|135 De l'Esplanade||Rush Hours, Morning Departures and Afternoon Arrivals||Map||Schedule|
|Société de transport de Laval|
|No. and Route Name||Service Times||Route Map (Click on "Route map")||Schedule|
|55 Laval-Ouest - Fabreville - Henri-Bourassa Terminus Nord. Passes by
Bois-Franc Station to the west and Bois-de-Boulogne Station to the east.
|Regular||Map||Schedule, north bound
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