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Atwater is a station on the Green Line of the Metro in Montreal, Québec, Canada. It is on the border between the boroughs of Westmount and Ville-Marie.

It was inaugurated on October 14, 1966, as part of the original network of the metro; it was the western terminus of the Green Line until the extension to Angrignon in 1978.

Designed by David, Boulva & Cleve, it is a normal side-platform station, built in open cut under the de Maisonneuve Blvd. It has a large mezzanine with ticket barriers on either end; it has one direct exit, as well as underground city connections to the Place Alexis Nihon, Westmount Square, and Dawson College. There is also a secondary entrance to the bus terminal in Cabot Square, accessed via Plaza Alexis Nihon.

Origin of the nameEdit

This station is named for Atwater Ave., named for Edwin Atwater (1808–1874), a municipal alderman of the district of Saint-Antoine. The street was named for him in 1871.

Connecting bus routesEdit

Regular routesEdit

Route Name Route Map Schedule
15 Sainte-Catherine Map Schedule
57 Pointe-Saint-Charles Map Schedule
63 Girouard Map Schedule
90 Saint-Jacques Map Schedule
104 Cavendish Map Schedule
108 Bannantyne Map Schedule
138 Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Map Schedule
144 Des Pins Map Schedule
150 René-Lévesque Map Schedule

Night routesEdit

Route Name Route Map Schedule
350 Verdun/LaSalle Map Schedule
356 Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Map Schedule
358 Sainte-Catherine Map Schedule
360 Des Pins Map Schedule
369 Côte-des-Neiges Map Schedule
371 Décarie Map Schedule

Address of entrancesEdit

  • De Maisonneuve entrance: 3015, de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., at Atwater Ave.
  • Sainte-Catherine entrance: 2322 Saint Catherine Street W., at Atwater Ave., in Cabot Square

Nearby points of interestEdit

Connected via the underground cityEdit

OtherEdit

External linksEdit


Previous station Montreal Metro Next station
toward Angrignon
  Line 1, Green  

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