Société de transport de Montréal Métro Line 1 - Green

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Green Métro Line
Ridership
Length of route
Number of branches
Night service
Types of cars used MR-63

The Société de transport de Montréal Line 1 - Green is a subway line running through Montreal's central business district and is the system's bussiest line. The termini of the line are Angrignon and Honoré-Beaugrand.

The line opened on October 14, 1966. It ran from between Atwater to Papineau until December 1966 when Beaudry and Frontenac opened. This portion was built to serve rue Sainte-Catherine, but was built under Western, Saint-Luc, Burnside, Ontario, and de Montigny streets. This allowed for traffic to continue to run on Sainte-Catherine during construction. The different streets were unified into boul. de Maisonneuve when construction ended. In 1976, the line was extended to it's present eastern terminus, Honoré-Beaugrand. In 1978, the line was extended westward to it's present western terminus, Angrignon. Because of poor quality bedrock in this section, two stations (Charlevoix and De L'Église) had to be built with one platform over the other and all of the other stations except Monk had to be dug in trench.

Stations

Station Name Date Opened Notes
Angrignon Station September 3, 1978
Monk Station September 3, 1978
Jolicoeur Station September 3, 1978
Verdun Station September 3, 1978
De l'Église Station September 3, 1978
LaSalle Station September 3, 1978
Charlevoix Station September 3, 1978
Lionel-Groulx Station September 3, 1978 (Green)
April 28, 1980 (Orange)
Atwater Station October 14, 1966
Guy-Concordia Station October 14, 1966
Peel Station October 14, 1966
McGill Station October 14, 1966
Place-des-Arts Station October 14, 1966
Saint-Laurent Station October 14, 1966
Berri-UQAM Station October 14, 1966 (Green & Orange)
April 28, 1967 (Yellow)
Beaudry Station December 21, 1966
Papineau Station October 14, 1966
Frontenac Station December 19, 1966
Préfontaine Station June 6, 1976
Joliette Station June 6, 1976
Pie-IX Station June 6, 1976
Viau Station June 6, 1976
Assomption Station June 6, 1976
Cadillac Station June 6, 1976
Langelier Station June 6, 1976
Radisson Station June 6, 1976
Honoré-Beaugrand Station June 6, 1976

References

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Current fleet
Low floor 22-201 to 22-425 - 23-201 to 23-239 - 24-201 to 24-307 - 25-201 to 25-248 - 26-001 to 26-086 - 27-001 to 27-030 - 27-501 to 27-536 - 28-001 to 28-132 - 29-001 to 29-071 - 29-072 to 29-156 - 30-001 to 30-255 - 31-001 to 31-237 - 32-001 to 32-032
Hybrid 28-701 to 28-708 - 36-001 to 36-027 - 36-028 to 36-051 - 37-001 to 37-107 - 38-001 to 38-100 - 39-001 to 39-150 - 40-001 to 40-409
Electric 36-901 to 36-903 - 39-901 to 39-904 - 40-901 to 40-930
Articulated 29-801 to 29-858 - 30-801 to 30-882 - 31-801 to 31-862 - 32-801 to 32-810 - 33-801 to 33-845
Shuttle 30-401 to 30-412 - 32-401 to 32-404
Métro 78-001 to 78-141 - 79-501 to 79-782 - 10-011/10-019 to 10-541/10-549
Service vehicles Service vehicles
Facilities
Divisions/garages Anjou - Frontenac - LaSalle - Legendre - Mont-Royal - St. Denis - St. Laurent - Stinson - St. Michel (Adapté)
Routes
Métro Green - Orange - Yellow - Blue
Bus 10 to 99 - 100 to 199 - 200 to 299 - Express routes - Shuttle routes - Night routes - Other routes
Métro Stations
Green Angrignon - Monk - Jolicoeur - Verdun - De l'Église - LaSalle - Charlevoix - Lionel-Groulx - Atwater - Guy-Concordia - Peel - McGill - Place-des-Arts - Saint-Laurent - Berri-UQAM - Beaudry - Papineau - Frontenac - Préfontaine - Joliette - Pie-IX - Viau - Assomption - Cadillac - Langelier - Radisson - Honoré-Beaugrand
Orange Côte-Vertu - Du Collège - De la Savane - Namur - Plamondon - Côte-Sainte-Catherine - Snowdon - Villa-Maria - Vendôme - Place-Saint-Henri - Lionel-Groulx - Georges-Vanier - Lucien-L'Allier - Bonaventure - Square-Victoria - Place-d'Armes - Champ-de-Mars - Berri-UQAM - Sherbrooke - Mont-Royal - Laurier - Rosemont - Beaubien - Jean-Talon - Jarry - Crémazie - Sauvé - Henri-Bourassa - Cartier - De la Concorde - Montmorency
Yellow Berri-UQAM - Jean-Drapeau - Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke
Blue Snowdon - Côte-des-Neiges - Université-de-Montréal - Édouard-Montpetit - Outremont - Acadie - Parc - De Castelnau - Jean-Talon - Fabre - D'Iberville - Saint-Michel
Greater Montréal Agencies
Image:Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain
Laval
Longueuil
Montréal
Exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain
Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Transport MRC de Joliette