Beaurepaire station

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Beaurepaire train station (exo) facing Montréal.jpg
Beaurepaire train station, facing towards the Beaconsfield train station
Location114 Woodland Avenue, Beaconsfield, Quebec [1]
Coordinates45°25′39″N 73°53′14″W / 45.42750°N 73.88722°W / 45.42750; -73.88722Coordinates: 45°25′39″N 73°53′14″W / 45.42750°N 73.88722°W / 45.42750; -73.88722
Operated byExo
Platforms2 side platforms
ParkingAiga parking inv.svg 41 Park-and-Ride spaces[1]
Bicycle facilities31 spaces[1]
Other information
Fare zone3[1]
WebsiteBeaurepaire Station (RTM)
2019[2]204,300 (Exo)
Preceding station Exo Following station
toward Hudson
Vaudreuil–Hudson Beaconsfield

Beaurepaire station is a commuter rail station operated by operated by Exo in Beaconsfield, Quebec, Canada, located in the Beaurepaire neighborhood. It is served by the Vaudreuil–Hudson line.

As of October 2020, on weekdays, 9 of 11 inbound trains and 10 of 12 outbound trains on the line call at this station, the exceptions in both cases being one short turn and one skipped stop. On weekends, all trains (four on Saturday and three on Sunday in each direction) call here.[3]

The station is located at the corner of Elm Avenue and Woodland Avenue, north of Autoroute 20. It has two side platforms; access between them is provided by the Woodland Avenue level crossing. The station is equipped with shelters but there is no station building.

The first Beaurepaire station, opened by 1902, was located east of Woodland Avenue. It was replaced by the current station, located just east of the original site, by 1972.[4]

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Société de transport de Montréal[edit]

Société de transport de Montréal[1]
No. and Route Name Service Times Route Map Schedule
STM Autobus Nuit.svg 354 Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Overnight Map Schedule
STM Autobus Express.svg 411 Express Lionel-Groulx Rush Hours Map Schedule


  1. ^ a b c d e Beaurepaire
  2. ^ Exo (2020-06-17). Réponse à votre demande d'accès à l'information (Report) – via Access to Information Act request, reference no. 2020-25.
  3. ^ "exo 1: Vaudreuil-Hudson (schedule)" (PDF). exo. Retrieved 26 October 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ Leduc, Michael (1996). Montreal Island railway stations: CP & constituent companies. Dollard-Des Ormeaux, Quebec: Michael D. Leduc Enr.

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