Green Line Overview
The Green Line of the metro of Montreal is the second most important line of the network. It links Angrignon station, in the southwest, to Honoré-Beaugrand, in the northeast, through Montreal city centre. The Green Line serves 27 stations in total over 13.5 miles. You can find below the map of Montreal Green line.
Montreal Line Map
Montreal Green Line Service Status
Tourist attractions on the Green Line
- Angrignon Park, one of the 17 large parks in Montreal, is accessible from Angrignon station.
- Notre-Dame-des-Sept-Douleurs Church, is located close to De l’Église metro station.
- The Underground City, a huge complex of tunnels and connections under the city of Montreal, is accessible from stations Atwater, Guy-Concordia, Peel, McGill, Place-des-Arts and Berri-UQAM.
- Concordia University, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Golden Square Mile, luxurious neighbourhood on the side of Mont Royal, are located close to Guy-Concordia metro station.
- Dorchester Square, urban square at the edge of the Place du Canada, is situated very close from Peel station.
- The Musée Grévin Montréal, waxwork museum, is located on the 5th floor of the Montreal Eaton Centre , close to McGill metro station.
- McGill University, Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, which hosts the canadian football team of the Montreal Alouettes, and the Christ Church Cathedral are also accessible from McGill station.
- Place des Arts, an important cultural and artistic complex where is located the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, stand very close to Place-des-Arts metro station.
- The Church of the Gesù is also located at walking distance from Place-des-Arts station.
- Quartier des spectacles, an important cultural area in Montreal, and the Monument national, one of the oldest theatres in Montreal, inaugurated in 1893, can be visited from Saint-Laurent metro station.
- The Quartier Latin, another very important cultural and artistic area of Montreal, where is located the Théâtre Saint-Denis on the Saint-Denis Street is located close to Berri-UQAM station.
- The Université du Québec à Montréal also stands at walking distance from Berri-UQAM metro station.
- Montreal’s Gay Village, stands close to Beaudry station.
- The Jacques Cartier Bridge, which crosses the Saint Lawrence River, is accessible from Papineau station.
- The Olympic Stadium, which was constructed for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, the Saputo Stadium, which hosts the home games of the Montreal Impact soccer team and the Montreal Biodome are located in the Olympic Park, close to Pie-IX and Viau stations.
- Montreal Botanical Garden, one of the most important in the world, the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium and Dufresne-Nincheri Museum are all accessible from Pie-IX metro station.
- Montreal Insectarium, one of the most important in the world, and Maisonneuve Park, one of the large parks of Montreal, are located close to Viau station.
Green Line Stations
- Angrignon station is the western terminus of the Green Line of the metro of Montreal. Zone 1.
- Monk station is located in the district of Le Sud-Ouest. Zone 1.
- Verdun station is located, at its name indicates, in the borough of Verdun. Zone 1.
- De l’Église metro station is situated on the Avenue de l’Église, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- LaSalle station stands, as its name indicates, on the Boulevard LaSalle. Zone 1.
- Charlevoix metro station is located in the neighbourhood of Pointe-Saint-Charles. Zone 1.
- Lionel-Groulx station is located in Saint-Henri area. It has a connection with the Orange Line. Zone 1.
- Atwater station stands, as its name suggests, on the Avenue Atwater, in the district of Ville-Marie. Zone 1.
- Guy-Concordia metro station is also located in the district of Ville-Marie, close to Concordia University. Zone 1.
- Peel station is situated on Peel Street, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- McGill station is the second busiest station of the Montreal metro network, with an average of 12,000,000 passengers each year. Zone 1.
- Place-des-Arts is located, as its name indicates, very close to Place des Arts. Zone 1.
- Saint-Laurent metro station stands at the corners of boulevards De Maisonneuve and Saint-Laurent, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- Berri-UQAM station is located in the district of Ville-Marie. It is connected to both Orange and Yellow lines. Zone 1.
- Beaudry metro station stands in Montreal’s Gay Village. Zone 1.
- Papineau station is situated very close to the Avenue Papineau, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- Frontenac station stands in the area of Sainte-Marie, close to Frontenac Street, as its name indicates. Zone 1.
- Préfontaine metro station is located in the district of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Zone 1.
- Joliette station is situated very close to Joliette Street, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- Pie-IX station is located, as its name suggests on Boulevard Pie-IX. Zone 1-2.
- Viau metro station is located in the district of Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. Zone 2.
- Assomption station stands, as its name indicates, on Boulevard Assomption. Zone 2.
- Cadillac metro station is located on Cadillac Street, which gives it its name. Zone 2.
- Langelier station takes its name from the Boulevard Langelier, on which it is situated. Zone 2.
- Radisson metro station is located, as its name indicates, close to Radisson Street.
- Honoré-Beaugrand station is the eastern terminus of the Green Line of the Montreal metro. Zone 3.
The Green line serves different important transportation sites
- The Montreal Coach Terminal is located very close to Berri-UQAM metro station. It serves different lines from Quebec, Canada and US. You can for example take a bus there to Quebec, to Ontario or to Boston. You can also reach Montréal-Trudeau airport with line 747.
The Green line is connected to the following metro lines
The price of a standard metro ticket is $3,25. The ticket is valid for 1 journey between 2 stations only, you cannot use it again after exiting the metro of Montreal.
Monthly, Weekly and Daily Pass
You also have the possibility to buy a ticket for 2 journeys for $6, for 1 day for $10, for 1 weekend for $13,75, for 1 week for $25,75, or even for 1 month for $83.
You can find more details STM website.
Green line timetable
The Green Line runs every day of the week including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
The first metro leaves both Angrignon and Honoré-Beaugrand stations at 5:30 from Monday to Sunday.
The last metro leaves Angrignon station at 00:35 from Monday to Friday, at 01:05 on Saturdays and at 00:35 on Sundays, and Honoré-Beaugrand station at 00:38 from Monday to Friday, at 01:08 on Saturdays, and at 00:38 on Sundays.
You can find the full Green line timetable on the STM website.