100, Place Charles Lemoyne, Longueuil|
|Operated by||Société de transport de Montréal|
|Connections||See Terminus Longueuil|
|Depth||4.3 metres (14 feet 1 inch), shallowest, tie with Angrignon|
|Opened||1 April 1967|
|Passengers||7,894,105 entrances in 2011, 5th of 68|
Longueuil station, officially Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke station is a Montreal Metro station in Longueuil, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and is the southern terminus of the Yellow Line. It is connected to a Université de Sherbrooke campus.
It is a normal side platform station, with a ticket hall installed directly at platform level on the departure platform. This makes it the only station in the network that requires purchasing another fare to switch platforms. A commercial building has been built above the station. Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke is directly connected to Terminus Longueuil and several neighbouring buildings through skywalks.
The station is equipped with the MétroVision information screens which displays news, commercials, and the time till the next train.
Origin of name
The station was originally called Longueuil, after the city where it is located. It was renamed Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke on September 26, 2003, to reflect the fact that the Université de Sherbrooke has a campus nearby. (Each Montreal-area university has its name in the nearest Metro station.) Nevertheless, most Montrealers still use the station's original name when referring to this station.
Connecting bus routes
For bus services within Longueuil, adjacent municipalities and throughout Quebec see connecting bus routes at the terminus.
Nearby main intersections
Nearby points of interest
- Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke station information from the STM
- Montreal by Metro, metrodemontreal.com — photos, information, and trivia
- Metro Map
- STM 2011 System Map