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Gare du Palais / Terminus d'autobus de Québec
This important train and bus station is a monument that reflects Québec City's impressive history. It also serves as a terminal for VIA Rail Canada's Montréal–Québec City corridor and is used by five companies, including Orléans Express and Intercar, ...
 
Lachine station
The commuter train connects Lachine station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown Montréal, in approximately 21 minutes. Lachine station is located at the intersection of 48th Avenue and Sir-George-Simpson Street. On public holidays and during the ...
 
Terminus Magog (Transdev Limocar)
 
Gare de Saint-Constant
The commuter train connects Saint-Constant station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown Montréal, in approximately 32 minutes. The train station is accessible by car from rue Saint-Pierre, mid-way between highway 15 and route 132. It is also served ...
 
Gare de Joliette
The train station is located in Joliette. The station is a heritage building. The services available for customers at the train station are: bike racks, VIA gift card, Interac direct payment, waiting room, washrooms, telephone and luggage check-in service ...
 
Gare Saint-Jérôme
Saint-Jérôme station is located between the 117 (Saint-Georges Street) and Jean-Baptiste-Rolland Boulevard, the station is accessible by car. It is also serviced by RTM Laurentides and CRT Lanaudière buses. The commuter train connects Saint-Jérôme station ...
 
Gare Parc
The Park Station is located south-east of Jarry Park, the station is at the eastern end of Ogilvy Street, north of Jean-Talon Street. Near the Parc metro station (blue line), it is also serviced by STM buses and by the 935 Trainbus in the a.m. peak period ...
 
Gare Sainte-Thérèse
Sainte-Thérèse Station is located between autoroute 15, route 117, Blainville Street and autoroute 640, the station is accessible by car via Saint-Alphonse Street. The commuter train connects Sainte-Thérèse station to the Lucien-L’Allier station, in downtown ...
 
Gare Sainte-Dorothée
The commuter train connects the Sainte-Dorothée station to the Central Station in downtown Montreal in approximately 34 minutes. Located between Avenue des Bois and Antoine-Dalmas Street, the station is accessible by car and for users of the STL bus network ...
 
Gare du Palais / Gare de trains
This important train and bus station is a monument that reflects Québec City's impressive history. It also serves as a terminal for VIA Rail Canada's Montréal–Québec City corridor and is used by five companies, including Orléans Express and Intercar, ...