You are probably searching for an image of Montreal’s metro map and nothing else, but we’ve added some key information to help you not get too lost.
Here’s a map of the subway with the walking distance between each station.
Some important information:
Downtown: The downtown area is mainly from the station Berri-UQAM to Lionel-Groulx on the green and orange line.
Laval: If you are going to Laval then you need to go to Cartier, De la Concorde or Montmorency.
South Shore: The station for the south shore is Longueuil-Université de Sherbrooke which is on the yellow line.
Looking for Montreal’s Metro Map?
Here’s Montreal’s metro map with a normal white background and no walking distance.
Here are a few things to know when it comes to Montreal’s metro:
There are four connection points of the metro lines: Jean-Talon, Snowdown, Lionel Groulx and Berri-UQAM.
Cost: $3.50 per trip, $6.50 for two trips, $29 for 10 trips, $10 for a day pass and $86.50 for a monthly pass.
You need to purchase a ticket at any point of distribution or pay with cash, debit or credit card at their machines.
Transit: you can use the mobile app Transit to know the times for the metro as well as the itinerary to go to point A to B.
Opus card: An Opus card allows you to store tickets in a card that you can use later.
There are many other ways to move around in Montreal such as Bixi’s, Uber, Communauto and buses. The main goal here is to find your favourite way of moving around.
Some people hate buses and subways, but if you searched for Montreal’s metro map you likely don’t mind. You’re also in luck because, over the last 3 years, Montreal’s subway has been rolling with brand new modern wagons.