Elevator access to the métro
The elevator running between the station's middle level and the Côte-Vertu train platform is currently out of order, so that we may replace its motor.
Service expected to resume: end of July 2017
- If you are travelling from one of the stations in Laval and want to exit at Henri-Bourassa station, continue further to Jean-Talon station, and backtrack toward Montmorency station to exit at Henri-Bourassa. The elevator on the Montmorency train platform is operational.
- If you are departing from Henri-Bourassa station and want to head in the Côte-Vertu direction, take the métro toward Montmorency to Cartier station, then take the métro heading toward Côte-Vertu to your destination.
Using the elevators
All passengers may use the elevators, particularly those with limited mobility or in a wheelchair.
They are located in 12 metro stations along the orange line.
Status of elevator service
You can check the status of elevator service at any time by going to elevator service updates. This information is also available in the banner under the map on our home page.
Location of elevators
The Montmorency, De la Concorde, Cartier, Jean-Talon, Berri-UQAM, Champ-de-Mars, Lionel-Groulx, Henri-Bourassa, Côte-Vertu, Snowdon, Rosemont and Place-d'Armes métro stations are accessible at street level to wheelchair users. The Bonaventure station is partially accessible, between the ticket booth level and train platforms only. For now, there is no direct access from street level.
Elevators at the Place-d’Armes station
Each new accessible station makes it possible to extend freedom on the public transit system, especially for people with functional disabilities.
Located in the downtown core, the Place-d’Armes station has been accessible since March with the addition of 2 elevators.
Within a radius of 500 metres, you have access to the Palais de justice, Complexe Guy-Favreau, the Palais des congrès or Notre-Dame Basilica.
Gradually, we will improve our facilities so they meet customers’ needs better.
Enter from 1800 Jacques-Tétreault St. Enter from Lucien-Paiement St. to access the station from the passenger drop-off area,the outdoor parking area, or theindoor paid parking levels P1 and P4.
Montmorency station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter from the waiting area at 250 Montée du Moulin.
De la Concorde station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter from 5 Cartier Blvd. West
Cartier station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter from 430 Jean-Talon Est
Jean-Talon station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Access the station from Saint-Denis Street.
You can also enter through these two buildings:
- La Grande Bibliothèque
475 De Maisonneuve Blvd. East
Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday and legal holidays: closed
1400 Berri St. (corner Berri and Sainte-Catherine)
7:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
Closed on legal holidays
Enter from 940, rue Sanguinet
Champ-de-Mars station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter from 620 Atwater Avenue
Lionel-Groulx station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Access the station from the south corner of Henri-Bourassa and Lajeunesse.
Henri-Bourassa station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter station from Côte-Vertu North entrance.
Côte-Vertu station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter station from 5111, chemin Queen-Mary.
Snowdon station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter station from 420, Rosemont blvd.
Rosemont station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Enter station from 960, St-Urbain street
Place-d’Armes station neighbourhood map (PDF)
Funding of the installation of elevators
This work is made possible through funding from the MInistry of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transportation Electrification.