Terminus De Montarville

The Terminus De Montarville was inaugurated November 20, 2007 by the former Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT) & the city of Boucherville.

Terminus De Montarville
Operated byRéseau de transport métropolitain
Bus operators
Construction
ParkingPark and ride with 308 spaces
Bicycle facilitiesBicycle rack with 35 spaces
History
Opened2007
Traffic
Passengers (2016[1])245,700 (Exo)

The bus station was built on the corner of Quebec route 132 and Boulevard De Montarville. It includes a 308 car and 35 bicycle capacity parking [2] and 7 waiting area for buses on 2 bus platforms.[3]

It was built to help transfers between Boucherville's RTL bus lines 61, 80 and 85, and CIT Sorel-Varennes bus lines 700, 720, 721 and 722 on April 7, 2008.[4]

These buses link to Longueuil terminus and Radisson station.

On June 1st, 2017, the AMT was dissolved and replaced by two new governing bodies: the Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) and the Réseau de transport métropolitain (RTM). The RTM took over all former AMT services, including the operation of the station.

Connecting bus routes

Réseau de transport de Longueuil

Réseau de transport de Longueuil
No. Route Name
61 Mortagne, Montarville, Radisson
80 de Montarville, Carrefour de la Rive-Sud, Terminus Longueuil
85 Ampère, de Gascogne, Terminus Longueuil

Intermunicipal buses

Exo Sorel-Varennes sector
No. Route Description
700 Sorel-Tracy - Verchères
720 Varennes
721
722

De Mortagne Park-n-Ride

See also

References


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