Sauvé station

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Sauvé
SauvéMetroStation.jpg
Location 9790 and 9800 rue Berri, Montreal
Quebec, Canada
Coordinates 45°33′03″N 73°39′22″W / 45.55083°N 73.65611°W / 45.55083; -73.65611Coordinates: 45°33′03″N 73°39′22″W / 45.55083°N 73.65611°W / 45.55083; -73.65611
Operated by Société de transport de Montréal
Connections VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg
Construction
Depth 15.9 metres (52 feet 2 inches), 32nd deepest
Architect Adalbert Niklewicz
History
Opened 14 October 1966
Traffic
Passengers 3,609,701 entrances in 2006, 24th of 68
Services
Preceding station   Montreal Metro.svg Montreal Metro   Following station
toward Côte-Vertu
Orange Line
toward Montmorency

Sauvé station is an intermodal transit station in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.[1] The Montreal Metro station is operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) and serves the Orange Line. It is located in the Ahuntsic district. The station opened October 14, 1966, as part of the original network of the Metro.

Just south of the station on Berri Street, is the Canadian National railway line, which carries the Réseau de transport métropolitain's (RTM) Mascouche commuter and Via Rail intercity trains. The Sauvé commuter rail station is connected to these corridors, and replaces the nearby Via Rail Ahuntsic station.

Overview[edit]

The Metro station, designed by Adalbert Niklewicz, is a normal side platform station, built in tunnel. A single mezzanine connects entrances on either side of Sauvé Street.

Origin of the name[edit]

This station is named for Sauvé Street, named in 1912 for a landowner whose property the street crossed.

Commuter & Intercity Rail[edit]

Sauvé
Amtsauve.jpg
Location 420 rue Port-Royal, Montreal, Quebec[2]
Operated by Réseau de transport métropolitain
Connections
Construction
Parking None[2]
Bicycle facilities 14 spaces[2]
Other information
Fare zone 1
Website Sauve (RTM)
History
Opened July 6, 2015
Traffic
Passengers (2016[3]) 176,800 (RTM)
Services
Preceding station   RTM   Following station
toward Montreal
Mascouche
toward Mascouche
Preceding station   VIA Rail Canada simplified.svg Via Rail   Following station
Terminus
Montreal–Jonquière train
toward Jonquière
Montreal–Senneterre train
toward Senneterre

Sauvé station is a commuter rail station operated by the Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM).

It is served by the Mascouche line and by VIA Rail's Montreal–Jonquière and Montreal–Senneterre trains.[4]

It is one of five stations in the RTM system with a connection to the Montreal Metro.

Connecting bus routes[edit]

Société de transport de Montréal
Route Service Times Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 31 Saint-Denis, Southbound All-day, Weekends before 8:00PM Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 31 Saint-Denis, Northbound All-day, Weekends before 8:00PM, Located one block east on Lajeunesse Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 41 Quartier Saint-Michel / Ahuntsic Weekdays before 10:00PM Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 121 Sauvé/Côte-Vertu All-day Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 140 Fleury All-day Map Schedule
Autobusmontréal.svg 180 De Salaberry All-day Map Schedule
S-nuit.gif 361 Saint-Denis, Southbound Overnight Map Schedule
S-nuit.gif 361 Saint-Denis, Northbound Overnight, Located one block east on Lajeunesse Map Schedule
S-nuit.gif 378 Sauvé/Côte-Vertu/Montreal-Trudeau Overnight Map Schedule
STM Metrobus Express.svg 440 Express Charleroi Rush Hours Map Schedule

Nearby points of interest[edit]

  • Chevra Kadisha-B'nai Jacob Congregation Cemetery
  • Shaare Zion congregation Cemetery
  • Henri Julien Park
  • Auteuil Park

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sauvé Metro Station
  2. ^ a b c Sauve (RTM)
  3. ^ Ridership from Rapport annuel 2016 (PDF). rtm.qc.ca (Report). Montreal: Réseau de transport métropolitain [Metropolitan Transportation Network]. ISBN 978-2-550-75552-4. 
  4. ^ "VIA Rail modifies stops on the route to Senneterre and Jonquière". Via Rail. June 27, 2017. Archived from the original on September 4, 2017. Retrieved September 4, 2017. 

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