Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line (AMT)
The Mont-Saint-Hilaire line is a commuter railway line in Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is operated by the Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT), the umbrella organization that plans, integrates, and coordinates public transport services across this region.
The Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line was operated by the Canadian National Railway (CN) between 1859 and 1988. The AMT resumed passenger service on the line in 2000.
There are 7 inbound and 7 outbound departures per weekday.
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