|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|
- Sortie A - Saint-Joseph - Gilford - 495, rue Gilford
- Sortie B - Av. Laurier - 475 ave. Laurier est (ce guichet de métro est fermé)
Around this station
How do I get to the special shuttle in case of a métro service interruption?
Three stops are available at this station and the signs are easily identifiable since they are orange, the color of the métro line they serve.
- Northbound towards Henri-Bourassa: Bus stop 61899, located on Saint-Denis, corner Saint-Joseph.
- Northbound towards Henri-Bourassa: Bus stop 61901, located on Saint-Denis, corner Laurier.
To continue towards Laval métro stations ( Cartier, de la Concorde and Montmorency), between 5:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., the special shuttle service is operated by the Société de transport de Laval (STL) from Henri-Bourassa métro station. From 2 p.m. to the closure of the métro, the special shuttle service is operated by the STM and ends its service at Cartier métro station.
- Southbound towards Côte-Vertu: Bus stop 60993, located on Saint-Denis, corner Saint-Joseph.
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
IMPORTANT : you can use the other entrance to the station where a fare booth will always be open.
Equipment on site to meet your needs
Buy your fare or a new OPUS card (regular fare) at the automatic fare vending machine.
Use the telephone identified by this symbol to speak with an employee at the main entrance.
Use the telephone identified by this symbol only for safety concerns or in the event of an incident.
Number of bicycle stands available outside the station: 185. First come, first served.
Before taking our public transit system with your bike, please read the Bicycles section for more info.
Architect: Jean-Paul Pothier.
Opened: October 1966.
Origin of name: avenue Laurier owes its name to Sir Wilfrid Laurier (1841-1919), leader of the Liberal party from 1887 to 1919 and Prime Minister of Canada from 1896 to 1911.
Did you know? Some of the seats in this station are lower so that children may sit on them.
Mobile network available at this station
|Local 14 Atateken||South||North|
|Local 27 Boulevard Saint-Joseph||East||West|
|Local 30 Saint-Denis / Saint-Hubert||South||North|
|Local 46 Casgrain||West||East|
|Local 47 Masson||West||East|
|Local 51 Édouard-Montpetit||East||West|
|All-night 361 Saint-Denis||South||North|
|Express 427 Express Saint-Joseph||West||East|
|Shuttle 711 Parc-du-Mont-Royal / Oratoire||East||West|