|Location||1275 Dunkirk Road |
Mount Royal, Quebec
|Bicycle facilities||22 spaces|
|Website||Mont-Royal Station (RTM)|
|Electrified||25 kV AC 60 Hz catenary|
|Passengers (2016)||600,000 Deux-Montagnes|
702,800 Total (Exo)
Origin of name
Mont-Royal takes its name from Town of Mount Royal (in French, Ville-Mont-Royal), where the station is located; the town in turn, takes its name from Mount Royal, the mountain that dominates the Island of Montreal.
In the city of Montreal, there is also an unrelated Metro station of the same name.
The station is located at the eastern end of the traffic circle created by Graham and Laird boulevards, between and between Lombard Crescent and Dunkirk road. Connaught Park is inside this traffic circle
The Mascouche line started service on 1 December 2014.
As of May 2018 due to its 4-year-long process of being converted to light rapid transit, only one of its two platforms is being used for travel in both directions; the same is true for its neighbouring station Canora (inbound). The station will be closed 2020 until 2022 when it will be reopened as a light metro station in the second phase commissioning of the REM (Réseau express métropolitain).
Connecting bus routes
|Société de transport de Montréal|
|No. and Route Name||Service Times||Route Map||Schedule|
|16 Graham||All-Day before 10:00PM||Map||Schedule|
|119 Rockland||All-Day before 8:00PM||Map||Schedule|
|919 Trainbus Acadie/Mont-Royal/Namur||TBA||
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