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Square-Victoria Metro Station-OACI

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Building's name

Square-Victoria Metro Station-OACI

Location / address
Square Victoria

Near subway station Square-Victoria
  Bus : 61, 168

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Borough Downtown
Arrondissement Ville-Marie
Centre de l'Île

1 floors(overground)

Year of completion

Building type

Metro Station

Last update:

CodeIMTL 5360

Square-Victoria Metro Station-OACI

Picture Alexis Hamel 2009:01

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History and facts
The station ranked 18th on 65 for the number of passengers in 2003.

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    Orange Line 2

    This station is part of the Orange Line of Montreal's Metro. The orange line makes a huge "U" in the city and is among the first lines built. In 2006 this line was extended to Laval with the addition of three stations. Enlarged several times, it has 15 stations at the inauguration of the metro. It now has 31 and runs for almost twenty-nine kilometers.

    Réseau initial

    The year Montreal's subway was opened, this station was among the first 26 ones. The subway was then composed of the green line between Atwater and Frontenac, the orange line between Bonaventure and Henri-Bourassa and the yellow line to get to the Universal Expo of 1967 on St. Helene island.

    Works cited, references and bibliography

    [Books] Métro: Le design en mouvement
    [Books] Le Métro de Montréal, 35 ans déjà

    [Website] L’achalandage dans le métro en 2003

    Person or institution related to this page

    STM - Société de transport de Montréal

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