Société de transport de Montréal Métro Line 2 - Orange

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Orange Line
Distance 30 km
Rolling stock MR-73
Division
Ridership (2013)

The Orange Line also known as Line 2, is a subway line operated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM). The line runs through Montreal's central business district and is the system's second busiest line. The eastern terminus of the line is located in the suburb of Lava.

History

The Orange Line opened with the Green Line on October 14, 1966 making Montreal the 8th city in North America, and the 26th in the world, to have an underground rapid transit system. Square Victoria and Bonaventure stations were not completed on opening day, but were opened in the following months.[1] The Orange line had its northern terminus at Henri-Bourassa and southern terminus at Bonaventure.

In 1980, the line was extended westward to Place-Saint-Henri and then north-westward to Snowdon in 1981. This was followed by a further extensions in 1982 to Côte-Sainte-Catherine and then Plamondon. Plamondon remained the western terminus of the Orange Line until January 1984, when it was extended to Du Collège. The line was extended to it's current western terminus at Côte-Vertu in October 1986.[2]

In 1998, the Parti Quebecois announced the proposal to extend Line 2 into Laval. Construction of the 5.2-kilometre, 3-stop extension began in 2002 and was complete in 2007. Inauguration of the extension took place on April 26, 2007, and two days later, it was open to the public. According to the AMT, who oversaw the project, the total cost of bringing the Metro into Laval was was C$745 million.[3]

Stations

Station Name Date Opened Notes
Côte-Vertu Station November 3, 1986
Du Collège Station January 9, 1984
De la Savane Station January 9, 1984
Namur Station January 9, 1984
Plamondon Station June 29, 1982
Côte-Sainte-Catherine Station January 4, 1982
Snowdon Station September 7, 1981 (Orange)
January 4, 1988 (Blue)
Villa-Maria Station September 7, 1981
Vendôme Station September 7, 1981
Place-Saint-Henri Station April 28, 1980
Lionel-Groulx Station September 3, 1978 (Green)
April 28, 1980 (Orange)
Georges-Vanier Station April 28, 1980
Lucien-L'Allier Station April 28, 1980
Bonaventure Station February 13, 1967
Square-Victoria Station February 6, 1967
Place-d'Armes Station October 14, 1966
Champ-de-Mars Station October 14, 1966
Berri-UQAM Station October 14, 1966 (Green & Orange)
April 28, 1967 (Yellow)
Sherbrooke Station October 14, 1966
Mont-Royal Station October 14, 1966
Laurier Station October 14, 1966
Rosemont Station October 14, 1966
Beaubien Station October 14, 1966
Jean-Talon Station October 14, 1966 (Orange)
June 16, 1986 (Blue)
Jarry Station October 14, 1966
Crémazie Station October 14, 1966
Sauvé Station October 14, 1966
Henri-Bourassa Station October 14, 1966
Cartier Station April 28, 2007
De la Concorde Station April 28, 2007
Montmorency Station April 28, 2007

References

  1. "Métro history - Inaugurations and extensions." Société de transport de Montréal, n.d. Web. Retrieved on 21 July 2013.
  2. "Métro history - The 1970s and 1980s." Société de transport de Montréal, n.d. Web. Retrieved on 21 July 2013.
  3. Laval Metro Extension, amt.qc.ca. retrieved on 07 December 2013.
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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
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Laval
Longueuil
Montréal
Exo - Réseau de transport métropolitain
Ville de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Transport MRC de Joliette