Angrignon (Montreal Metro)
|Montreal Metro Station|
|Inaugurated||3 September 1978|
|Platform Depth||4.3 metres|
|Rank||68th deepest (tie)|
|Traffic||4,520,864 entrances in 2006|
|Interstation Distance||844.29 metres to Monk|
|Address of Entrances||3500, boul. des Trinitaires|
|Nearby Main Intersections||Boulevard des Trinitaires / Avenue Irwin|
Angrignon station is the western terminus of the green line of the Montreal Metro and serves as a bus terminal for bus routes from various operators.
Jean-Baptiste Arthur Angrignon was an alderman for the district of St-Paul and an executive committee member for the city of Montreal. Jean Baptiste Angrignon oversaw the creation of Angrignon Park, which was named after him in 1927. The land where the station is located, once belonged to the Crawford family.
Angrignon Metro was built with windows showing off the tracks and platforms. This design created a nice flow of Natural light into the station. Jean-Louis Beaulieu, the architect received an award from the Ordre des Architectes du Québec, for the design of the station.
Angrignon metro serves as the western terminus of the green line. This station also houses the AMT Angrignon terminus for the South-West bus routes, with different destination to the South Shore, Lachine and West Island. In total 4 bus bays are available, with 1 reserved for suburban commuter bus companies (CIT Roussillon, CITSO, CITHSL to the South Shore and the other 3 are used by the STM)
This station is located in Le Sud-Ouest borough of Montreal on the corner of Des Trinitaires Boulevard and Irwin Avenue.
|Bus Terminal||3500, boul. des Trinitaires|
Connecting Bus Routes
All connecting routes use the Angrignon Terminus where the passengers can board the buses to different areas of Montréal and the south shore.
- Carrefour Angrignon
- Parc Angrignon
- Angrignon Zoo
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