More universal accessibility worksites for the métro network: Work beginning at Place-Saint-Henri station


On November 25, the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) will start work at Place-Saint-Henri station for the installation of two elevators to make it accessible.

The work will continue until fall 2023 and involve the construction of two new entrance buildings to replace both underground entrances. The area next to the station will also be redone

 The station will remain open for the duration of the work, but the two underground entrances will be closed. The station will be accessible only by the main entrance building during the work.

Place-Saint-Henri is the 42nd busiest station in the métro network, with 2,867,001 total boardings in 2019 and an average of 10,224 boardings per weekday.

Other universal accessibility worksites

The STM aims to have 41 accessible stations by 2025. Currently, 16 stations are equipped with elevators, and work is underway at 13 more: Angrignon, Jolicoeur, McGill, Place-des-Arts, Préfontaine, Viau, Vendôme, Villa-Maria, Mont-Royal, Édouard-Montpetit, Pie-IX, D’Iberville and Outremont.