Joliette station (Montreal Metro)
|Location||3575 and 3580, Hochelaga Street, Montreal
|Operated by||Société de transport de Montréal|
|Depth||14.3 metres (46 feet 11 inches), 37th deepest|
|Opened||6 June 1976|
|Passengers||2,758,766 entrances in 2006, 33rd of 68|
Joliette station is a Montreal Metro station in the borough of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and serves the Green Line. It is located in the district of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. The station opened on June 6, 1976, as part of the extension of the Green Line to Honoré-Beaugrand station.
Designed by architect Marcel Raby, it is a normal side platform station built in tunnel. The walls of the platform have a unique yellow brick façade. It has no transept, with closed staircases leading to the mezzanine above; this gives access to two exits, one on either side of rue Hochelaga. The mezzanine contains a large illuminated mural sculpture by the architect, entitled Thème des mouvements du soleil ("theme of the sun's motion").
Origin of the name
This station is named for rue Joliette. Barthélémy Joliette (1789–1850) served in the House of Assembly and Legislative Council of Lower Canada; he also founded the village of L'Industrie (later Joliette, Quebec).
Connecting bus routes
|Société de transport de Montréal|
|29 Rachel, Westbound||All-day, Weekends before 12:00AM||Map||Schedule|
|29 Rachel, Southbound (Eastbound)||All-day, Weekends before 12:00AM, Located on Aylwin and Hochelaga||Map||Schedule|
|467 Express Saint-Michel||Weekdays before 8:00PM||Map||Schedule|