Monk (Montreal Metro)

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Station Information
Borough Sud-Ouest
City Montréal
Inaugurated 3 September 1978
Line Green Line
Architect Blais & Bélanger
Artist Germain Bergeron
Platform Depth 18.3 metres
Rank 18th deepest
Traffic 1,156,323 entrances in 2006
Rank 59th busiest
Interstation Distance 844.29 metres to Angrignon
1062.85 metres to Jolicoeur
Address of Entrances 6750 Monk Boulevard
6805 Monk Boulevard
Nearby Main Intersections boulevard Monk / rue Allard

Monk is a station on the green line of the Montreal Metro

History

Monk station takes it's name from the street it is located on, Boulevard Monk, which was named after Sir James Monk. Sir Monk was a prosecutor for Quebec's vice admiralty court (1778-1788) and served as Montréal's chief justice (1793-1820).

Location

Monk station is located in the area of Ville-Émard, which is in the the Sud-Ouest area of Montréal.

Thumbnail Name Address
Monk Nord 6805 Monk Boulevard
Monk Sud 6750 Monk Boulevard

Train Schedule

Towards Angrignon Towards Honoré-Beaugrand
First Last First Last
Weekdays 6:03 1:15 5:31 0:36
Saturday 6:03 1:45 5:31 1:06
Sunday 6:03 1:15 5:31 0:36

Connecting Bus Routes

# Route Name Route Type
Société de transport de Montréal
36 Monk The Commuter
Le Classique
37 Jolicoeur The Commuter
Le Classique
350 Verdun/LaSalle The Midnighter
Le Nocturne

Nearby Attraction

  • Centre hospitalier Ville Émard
  • Douglas Hospital
  • École Dollard-des-Ormeaux
  • École St-Jean-de-Matha
  • École Honoré-Mercier

Area Map

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