List of Stations
The following stations are on the Mont-Saint-Hilaire line:
|Gare Centrale||Montreal||Via Rail, Amtrak, Downtown Terminus (Terminus RTL). Bonaventure metro station, Société de transport de Montréal (STM) 150, 358, 410, 430, 515, 535, 935 (within walking distance along René Lévesque Boulevard), 61, 75, 168, 420 (On University Street), 74, 75 (On rue de la Gauchetière).|
|Saint Lambert||Saint-Lambert||Via Rail, Amtrak, RTL: 1, 6, 55, 106|
|Saint-Hubert||Saint-Hubert||RTL: 8, 88|
|Saint-Bruno||Saint-Bruno||RTL: 91, 92, 93, 99|
|Saint-Basile-le-Grand||Saint-Basile-le-Grand||CIT Vallée de Richelieu: 24, 200, 300|
|McMasterville||McMasterville||CIT Vallée de Richelieu: 20, 23, 200, 300|
|Mont-Saint-Hilaire||Mont-Saint-Hilaire||CIT Vallée de Richelieu: 11, 21, 22, 25|
The commuter line operates over the following Canadian National subdivision:
- Saint-Hyacinthe Subdivision (between St-Hilaire and Montreal )
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