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Longueuil

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Longueuil (lahng-GUUY) is a suburb of Montreal on the south shore of the St. Lawrence River.

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By plane[edit]

The (Montreal) Pierre-Eliott-Trudeau International Airport (YUL IATA) offers flights from numerous popular destinations including New York City, Paris and London. You can get into Longueuil from YUL with the 747 bus (to Downtown Montreal) then take the metro to the Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke station on the yellow line. Single fare of $10 on the 747 with the rest of the day free on all of the STM's public transit network, including the metro. A three-day STM pass is also valid; these cost $18.

  • 1 Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport (YHU IATA). Offers flights from regional locations in Quebec, including Jean-Lesage Airport in Quebec City. This airport is much closer from Longueuil than YUL, with the RTL bus 28 directly from the airport to the Terminus Longueuil via the Chemin Chambly and St-Charles street, the 2 main commercial and historic streets in the city. The bus fares can be found here. Montreal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport on Wikipedia Montréal/Saint-Hubert Airport (Q1432648) on Wikidata

Get around[edit]

There is a wide network of public transit buses managed by the Réseau de Transport de Longueuil (Longueuil-RTL). The fares can be found here. Most of the buses depart from/arrive at Terminus Longueuil.

Longueuil is served by the Longueuil-Université-de-Sherbrooke station of the Montreal Metro (Yellow line, also known as 4), housed at the Terminus Longueuil building. Fares can be found here.

Longueuil is served by the St-Lambert and St-Hubert stations of the AMT Commuter Trains (Mont-St-Hilaire line, a.k.a. purple). Fares can be found here. TRAM 3 fares serve all public transit of Laval, Montreal and Longueuil (except St-Bruno-de-Montarville, TRAM 5 has to be purchased for this area) (unless noted), while TRAIN 3 will only serve the commuter train network in these areas.

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Saint-Charles West Street has a nice ambiance with all its bars, restaurants and centres of interest. The International Percussion Festival took place here every summer from 2003-2014. Yoga, meditation and other seminars also take place nearby all year round.

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Routes through Longueuil
Ottawa via Quebec Autoroute 40.svg Ontario 417.svgMontreal ← Merges with Quebec Autoroute 25.svg  W Trans-Canada Highway Quebec.svg E  → Merges with Quebec Autoroute 20.svgMont-Saint-HilaireQuebec City (Lévis)
Kingston ← Becomes Ontario 401.svgMontrealBrossard  W Quebec Autoroute 20.svg E  Mont-Saint-HilaireQuebec City (Lévis)
TerrebonneMontreal  N Quebec Autoroute 25.svg S  END
Vaudreuil-DorionBrossard  W Quebec Autoroute 30.svg E  Sorel-TracyEND
Salaberry-de-ValleyfieldBrossard  W Qc132.svg E  Sorel-TracyLévis
Quartier Latin, MontrealParc Jean-Drapeau  N Montreal Metro Line 4 Yellow S  END
Downtown Montreal ← Saint-Lambert ←  W AMT Mont-Saint-Hilaire Line E  → Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville → Mont-Saint-Hilaire


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