|Towards Montmorency (zone B)||Towards Côte-Vertu|
After the last métro, you can use the night bus service.
Frequency of departures
From 7am to 9am and from 4pm to 6pm
Morning, day and evening (non-peak)
|Week||Every 3 to 5 minutes||Every 4 to 10 minutes|
|Week-end||Every 6 to 12 minutes|
- Accès métro : 1200, boulevard de la Concorde Ouest
- Accès aire d'attente : 1250, avenue Léo-Lacombe - Elevator access (No pet dogs allowed via this entrance)
Around this station
Elevator access to the métro
Plan your trips around elevator accessibility across the network:
- Orange line: possible connection with the Blue line at Jean-Talon and Snowdon métro stations, and with the Green line at Berri-UQAM and Lionel-Groulx métro stations.
- Green line: possible connection with the Orange line at Berri-UQAM and Lionel-Groulx métro stations.
- Blue line: possible connection with the Orange line at Jean-Talon and Snowdon métro stations.
- Yellow line: no connection possible.
- Berri-UQAM station: only the Orange and Green lines are accessible by elevator.
Visit the Elevator access to the métro page to find all accessible stations
You can check the status of elevator service at any time by going to elevator service updates.
When travelling, you can ask to be accompanied by an STM employee to cross the gap between the platform and the metro car.
How do I get to the special shuttle in case of a métro service interruption?
One stop is available at this station and the service is operated by the Société de transport de Laval (STL).
- Towards Henri-Bourassa: The bus stop is located at the corner of Ampère and De la Concorde.
To reach Montréal Island métro stations, the special shuttle service is operated by the STM from Henri-Bourassa métro station.
This shuttle is not free, the regular fare applies.
It is also possible to check these stops on the neighbourhood map displayed at the entrances of our stations.
Find out more about the station
Number of bicycle stands available outside the station: 85. First come, first served.
Before taking our public transit system with your bike, please read the Bicycles section for more info.
Architects: Martin et Marcotte.
Opened: April 2007.
Origin of name: boulevard de la Concorde refers to place de la Concorde, one of the largest public places in Paris.
Did you know? With the exception of stations on the Yellow line, station Cartier and station de la Concorde are separated by the longest distance (2.1 km).
Artwork: sculpture by Yves Gendreau.
- La Croisée des Boulevard Shopping Centre
- Ampère Medical Centre
Mobile network is available at this station.