Blue Line Overview
The Blue Line of the metro of Montreal is the second shortest line of the network after the Yellow Line. It links Snowdon and Saint-Michel stations from the southwest to the northeast. The line serves 12 stations and has a length of 6 miles. You can check below the map of Montreal Blue line.
Montreal Blue Line Map
Montreal Blue Line Service Status
Tourist attractions on the Blue Line
- Saint Joseph’s Oratory, a Catholic basilica situated on the Westmount Summit of the Mount Royal, is accessible from station Côte-des-Neiges.
- The Université de Montréal is located, as its name indicates, close to station Université-de-Montréal.
- Jarry Park, one of the 17 large parks of Montreal, stands at walking distance from Parc metro station.
- Uniprix Stadium, which hosts the Canadian Open of tennis, is located close to station De Castelnau.
- Little Italy neighbourhood in Montreal, is accessible from stations De Castelnau and Jean-Talon.
Blue Line Stations
- Snowdon station is the western terminus of the Blue Line of the Metro of Montreal. Zone 1.
- Côte-des-Neiges station is located on Côte-des-Neiges Road which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- Université-de-Montréal station is situated, as its name indicates, close to the Université de Montréal. Zone 1.
- Édouard-Montpetit station takes its name from the street on which it stands, Édouard-Montpetit Boulevard. Zone 1.
- Outremont station is situated on Van Horne Avenue in the borough of Outremont. Zone 1.
- Acadie station is located in the Parc-Extension district. Zone 1.
- Parc station stands on Hutchison Street, in the former Jean-Talon station which served the Canadian Pacific railway line. Zone 1.
- De Castelnau station is situated on St-Laurent Boulevard in the Parc-Extension district. Zone 1.
- Jean-Talon station takes its name from Jean-Talon Street, which is located at walking distance. There is a connection to the Orange Line. Zone 1.
- Fabre station is located in the area of Villeray. Zone 1.
- D’Iberville station stands on D’Iberville Street, which gives it its name. Zone 1.
- Saint-Michel station is situated, as its name suggests, on Saint-Michel Boulevard. Zone 1.
The Blue line serves different important transportation sites
- The commuter rail station Parc is served by Saint-Jérôme Line. It is connected to Parc metro station. You can take there a commuter train to the city centre, or to the northern suburbs of Montreal, to Laval in particular.
The Blue 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.
Daily, Weekly, Monthly 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.
Blue line timetable
The Blue line runs every day of the week including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
The first metro leaves both Snowdon and Saint-Michel stations at 5:30 from Monday to Sunday.
The last metro leaves both Snowdon and Saint-Michel stations at 00:15 from Monday to Sunday.
You can find the full Blue line timetable on the STM website.