In brief

In operation from 1882 to 1981, the Saint-Jérôme line was returned to service in 1997 as a measure to mitigate traffic congestion due to roadwork. The line was made permanent in 2000 to respond to increased ridership.

Terminating first in Blainville, it was extended in 2007. It therefore starts in Saint-Jérôme and services the north shore of Montréal, the city of Laval as well as certain locations in northern Montréal, all the way to downtown Montréal. The RTM owns the stretch of track between Saint-Jérôme and Blainville and Canadian Pacific (CP) owns the rest of the track.

Years in operation


1882 to 1981
Re-opened: 1997
 Extended: 2007

Outsourced operator


Rolling stock (RTM property)


Line length

62.8 km




Park-and-ride facilities


Daily departures

20 (average)

Weekend service


Terminating stations

Lucien-L’Allier and Parc stations


Connection with the metro


Lucien-L’Allier, Vendôme, Parc and De La Concorde stations, via the eponymous train stations

Average daily ridership (2016)


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Saint-Jérôme itineraries

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