- Line 1 Green (Montreal Metro)
The Green (Line 1) line is one of the four lines of the metro in
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The line runs through the commercial section of downtown Montreal underneath Boulevard Maisonneuve, formerly Rue de Montigny. It runs mainly on a northeast to southwest axis with a connection to Lines 2 and 4 at a station just east of downtown called Berri-UQAM, and with Line 2 west of downtown at Lionel-Groulx.
The section between Atwater and Frontenac was part of the initial network; extended to Honoré-Beaugrand in
1976, and to Angrignon in 1978. Theextension to Honoré-Beaugrand was to provide easy access to 1976 Summer Olympicssites. Most stations are side platform stations, and a few have large video screens showing news, weather, advertisements, and the time of the next train.
List of stations
* [http://www.stm.info/English/info/reseau2008.pdf 2008 STM System Map]
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