exo Commuter Trains

A guide to Montreal's exo commuter rail service

Updated on Sept, 16 2019
Passengers boarding an exo commuter train at Lucien l'Allier Station
Passengers boarding an exo commuter train at Lucien l'Allier Station cc licensed photo by LHOON

The metro and bus system are usually sufficient to meet the needs of tourists visiting Montreal, however if you do wish to venture further into the suburbs there is also the light rail commuter rail network operated by Réseau de transport métropolitain, now known as exo.

The exo commuter rail network branches out from Montreal in 6 directions and is commonly used by daily commuters coming in from outlying suburbs. exo trains join up with the Montreal Metro at 5 intermodal stations; four on the #2 Orange Line and one on the #5 Blue Line. Scroll down to the list below to see which Metro stations service which train lines. Some of the routes are electric while others are diesel. Routes are designated exo1 through 6.

The exo3, 4, 5 and 6 trains are scheduled Monday through Friday, exo2 to Saint-Jérôme is scheduled Monday through Saturday and exo1 Vaudreuil-Hudson train operates 7 days a week. Incorporating a ride or tow on the exo commuter trains during your vacation can provide some enjoyable and inexpensive sightseeing excursions.

Some exo line schedules reflect their primary use by commuters with service weighted in favour of inbound trains in the morning and outbound service in the afternoon and evening. Be sure and return to the station in plenty of time to catch the last train back into Montreal.

Intermodal Train Stations in Montreal

  1. Vendome and Lucien-L'allier Station (Orange Line) - exo1 to Vaudreuil-Hudson, exo2 to Blainville-Saint-Jerome and exo4 to Candiac
  2. Bonaventure Station (Orange Line) - exo2 to Blainville-Saint-Jerome, exo 3 to Mont-Saint_Hilaire, exo5 to Mascouche and exo6 to Deux-Montagnes
  3. De La Concorde Station (Orange Line) - exo2 to Blainville-Saint-Jerome
  4. Sauvé Station (Orange Line) - exo5 to Mascouche
  5. Parc Station (Blue Line) - exo2 to Blainville-Saint-Jerome

Fares on the commuter train increase with the distance travelled and are based on a system of 8 zones. You cannot use an STM Metro /Bus ticket or pass on the trains, but you can purchase an exo ticket called a Tram ticket that is valid on both trains in Zones 1-3 and the Metro/Bus system. You can also purchase tickets on trains only.

Montreal exo Commuter Rail Map

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