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Train schedules

Informations:

Consult the map and schedules to find the station nearest you and plan your train trips.

Map of Greater Montreal commuter rail network



How to get to your train?

6 commuter train lines and 59 stations are at your disposal. There are many ways to get to them. All aboard! 

  • Consult our page on Fares for details regarding access to the train network.
  • Plan your trips using our trip planner.
Mobilité réduite

Reduced mobility

  • Board the train at the Mascouche, Terrebonne, Repentigny and Central stations; they are designed to give users level access to trains. In addition, the Pointe-aux-Trembles, Rivière-des-Prairies, Anjou, St-Léonard-Montréal-Nord, Sauvé and Ahuntsic will be accessible to people with reduced mobility by 2016.
  • Discover the paratransit service. Check your eligibility as well as the contact information for the paratransit service nearest you!
See the section
Vélo

Bike

  • Access train service easily using the vast network of bike paths that cross Greater Montréal!
  • Park your bike at strain station! To find out how many bike racks are available, visit a train station page.
  • Register for the Bikezone to protect your bike from inclement weather.
  • Bring your bike on the train: it's authorized at certain times!
  • In downtown Montréal and Longueuil, take advantage of BIXI's public bicycle sharing system to continue your trip!
See the section
Covoiturage

Carpooling

  • Travelling in numbers makes the trip seem shorter! Discover the tools to create your carpooling teams.
  • Take advantage of our park-and-ride facilities: several have reserved spaces for carpoolers!
See the section
Automobile

Car

See the section

 

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Consult the map and schedules to find the station nearest you and plan your train trips.

Map of Greater Montreal commuter rail network



How to get to your train?

6 commuter train lines and 59 stations are at your disposal. There are many ways to get to them. All aboard! 

  • Consult our page on Fares for details regarding access to the train network.
  • Plan your trips using our trip planner.
Mobilité réduite

Reduced mobility

  • Board the train at the Mascouche, Terrebonne, Repentigny and Central stations; they are designed to give users level access to trains. In addition, the Pointe-aux-Trembles, Rivière-des-Prairies, Anjou, St-Léonard-Montréal-Nord, Sauvé and Ahuntsic will be accessible to people with reduced mobility by 2016.
  • Discover the paratransit service. Check your eligibility as well as the contact information for the paratransit service nearest you!
See the section
Vélo

Bike

  • Access train service easily using the vast network of bike paths that cross Greater Montréal!
  • Park your bike at strain station! To find out how many bike racks are available, visit a train station page.
  • Register for the Bikezone to protect your bike from inclement weather.
  • Bring your bike on the train: it's authorized at certain times!
  • In downtown Montréal and Longueuil, take advantage of BIXI's public bicycle sharing system to continue your trip!
See the section
Covoiturage

Carpooling

  • Travelling in numbers makes the trip seem shorter! Discover the tools to create your carpooling teams.
  • Take advantage of our park-and-ride facilities: several have reserved spaces for carpoolers!
See the section
Automobile

Car

See the section

 

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