Lucien-L'Allier station (AMT)

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Lucien-L'Allier
LucienLallierAMT.jpg
Interior of Lucien-L'Allier Station.
Location 1290 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal,
Montreal, QC[1]
Coordinates 45°29′43″N 73°34′11″W / 45.49528°N 73.56972°W / 45.49528; -73.56972Coordinates: 45°29′43″N 73°34′11″W / 45.49528°N 73.56972°W / 45.49528; -73.56972
Operated by Agence métropolitaine de transport
Platforms 3 island platforms, 1 side platform (formerly 4 island platforms)
Tracks 7 (formerly 8)
Connections
Construction
Parking None[1]
Bicycle facilities Forbidden[1]
Other information
Fare zone 1[1]
History
Opened January 18, 1997
Traffic
Passengers (2015[2]) 1,853,100 Vaudreuil-Hudson
514,500 Saint-Jérôme
504,000 Candiac
2,871,600 Total
Services
Preceding station   AMT   Following station
toward Hudson
Vaudreuil–Hudson Terminus
Saint-Jérôme
toward Candiac
Candiac

Lucien-L'Allier station is a commuter rail terminal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the terminal for the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) Vaudreuil-Hudson, Saint-Jérôme, and Candiac lines. Lucien-L'Allier is in Fare Zone 1.[1] It is one of the two downtown terminals for Montreal commuter trains, the other being Montreal Central Station.

Origin of name[edit]

Lucien L'Allier station takes its name from the nearby Lucien L'Allier Montreal Metro station. This station is in turn named for rue Lucien-L'Allier, the original name of which, rue de l'Aqueduc, was changed in order to commemorate Lucien L'Allier, chief engineer for the initial network of the Montreal Metro and for the construction of Saint Helen's Island and Île Notre-Dame for Expo 67.

Originally, the terminus of the commuter rail line was the monumental Windsor Station (Gare Windsor), which was also the headquarters of Canadian Pacific Railway until it moved to Calgary in 1996. This station was separated from the rails by the construction of the Molson Centre (now Bell Centre), which integrated a new commuter train terminal. Originally called Terminus Windsor, this new terminal was renamed Gare Lucien-L'Allier to reduce confusion with the original Windsor Station, which still exists but is no longer a train station.

Location[edit]

The station is located at 1290 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal (the street was formerly called Rue de la Gauchetière), near the historic Windsor Station, and is connected by an enclosed walkway to Lucien-L'Allier Metro station.

Terminus Lucien-L'Allier is the eastern end of the Canadian Pacific Railway's Westmount Subdivision.

Connections[edit]

STM bus routes[edit]

For STM bus routes see Lucien-L'Allier (Montreal Metro)[1]

Downtown terminus[edit]

See Terminus Centre-Ville[1]

Metro stations[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i Gare Lucien-L'Allier
  2. ^ Ridership from Rapport annuel 2015 [Annual Report 2015] (PDF). amt.qc.ca (Report) (in French). Montreal: Agence métropolitaine de transport [Metropolitan Transportation Agency]. ISBN 978-2-550-75552-4. 

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