Montreal Metro Map
The Montreal metro network, inaugurated in 1966, is made up of 4 underground lines, labelled on the map with the green, orange, yellow and blue colors. These lines serve some of the most important neighbourhoods of the major city of the province of Quebec, Canada. You can have a look below on the Montreal metro map.
Montreal Metro Lines
Angrignon – Honoré-Beaugrand
The Green Line of the Montreal metro network, crosses the city from southwest to northeast. It links stations Angrignon and Honoré-Beaugrand through the city centre and serves the Université du Québec à Montréal and the Montreal olympic park, where the Olympic Stadium and the Saputo Stadium are located.
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Côte-Vertu – Montmorency
The Orange Line links the eastern part of Montreal to the suburban city of Laval, through Downtown Montreal. You can take the Orange Line to reach the Bell Centre, home of the Montreal Canadiens, the Quartier Latin or the Old Montreal.
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Berri-UQAM – Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke
The Yellow Line of the metro of Montreal serves Berri-UQAM in Downtown, Jean Drapeau on Saint Helen’s Island and Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke. It is the shortest line of the Montreal Metro network, with 3 stations and a length of 2.65 miles only.
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Snowdon – Saint-Michel
The Blue Line of the Montreal metro network links station Snowdon to Saint-Michel through the district of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The blue line can be useful if you are planning to visit the Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal or the Uniprix Stadium, in case you would like to attend the Rogers Cup.
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