Public transit network

A transit network nearby

Bois-Franc is well served by public transit—you can walk to the commuter train or metro in under 5 minutes, so you’re close to downtown but don’t have to hassle with traffic jams on the bridges. You’ll have peace and quiet and can still be in downtown Montreal in minutes.

A transit network nearby

Bois-Franc is well served by public transit—you can walk to the commuter train or metro in under 5 minutes, so you’re close to downtown but don’t have to hassle with traffic jams on the bridges. You’ll have peace and quiet and can still be in downtown Montreal in minutes.

Downtown in under 16 minutes

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood was designed around public transit. Bois-Franc residents are within walking distance of a commuter train station (the Bois-Franc station) and a number of bus stops.

What’s more, they’ll soon be able to get to downtown Montreal in under 16 minutes on the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), which will have a stop at the Bois-Franc station. In line with a transit-oriented development (TOD), the Bois-Franc train station is also well served by other modes of public transit.

The Bois-Franc
REM station
(under construction)

Close to highways
13, 15, 20 et 40 and
the Pierre Elliott Trudeau international

Bus and metro stops

Bois-Franc
train station

Downtown in under 16 minutes

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood was designed around public transit. Bois-Franc residents are within walking distance of a commuter train station (the Bois-Franc station) and a number of bus stops.

What’s more, they’ll soon be able to get to downtown Montreal in under 16 minutes on the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), which will have a stop at the Bois-Franc station. In line with a transit-oriented development (TOD), the Bois-Franc train station is also well served by other modes of public transit.

The Bois-Franc
REM station
(under construction)

Close to highways
13, 15, 20 et 40 and
the Pierre Elliott Trudeau international

Bus and metro stops

Bois-Franc
train station

Commuter train

Bois-Franc station
Deux-Montagnes line:
5 stops to downtown

Bus

Main lines

Ligne 70 – Bois-Franc
Ligne 128 – Ville-Saint-laurent
Ligne 171 – Henri-Bourassa
Ligne 215 – Henri-Bourassa
Ligne 174 – Côte-Vertu-Ouest
Ligne 177 – Thimens
Ligne 121 – Sauvé / Côte-Vertu

Metro

Côte-Vertu Metro
Orange line

A TOD neighbourhood

What is a TOD neighbourhood? TOD stands for transit-oriented development, a type of planned neighbourhood that encourages walking, biking, and taking public transit. The Bois-Franc neighbourhood was designed around public transit.

Bois-Franc residents are within walking distance of a commuter train station (the Bois-Franc station) and a number of bus stops. What’s more, they’ll soon be able to get to downtown Montreal in around 15 minutes on the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), which will have a stop at the Bois-Franc station.

There is a movement towards active transportation such as walking and biking and for developments to provide pedestrians with easy access to commercial and residential areas as well as public transit.

A TOD neighbourhood

What is a TOD neighbourhood? TOD stands for transit-oriented development, a type of planned neighbourhood that encourages walking, biking, and taking public transit. The Bois-Franc neighbourhood was designed around public transit.

Bois-Franc residents are within walking distance of a commuter train station (the Bois-Franc station) and a number of bus stops. What’s more, they’ll soon be able to get to downtown Montreal in around 15 minutes on the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), which will have a stop at the Bois-Franc station.

There is a movement towards active transportation such as walking and biking and for developments to provide pedestrians with easy access to commercial and residential areas as well as public transit.

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood
was designed around public transit.

The Bois-Franc neighbourhood was designed around public transit.

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