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Longueuil—Université-de-Sherbrooke is a station at the southern terminus of the Yellow Line of the Montreal Metro in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is the only station of the metro located in the city of Longueuil.

Origin of nameEdit

The station was originally called Longueuil, after the city where it is located. It was renamed Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke on September 26, 2003, to reflect the fact that the Université de Sherbrooke has a campus nearby. (Each Montreal university has its name in the nearest metro station.) Nevertheless, most Montrealers still use the station's original name when referring to this station.

Connecting bus routesEdit

Bus services within Longueuil, adjacent municipalities and throughout Quebec

Nearby main intersectionsEdit

The station is located at the junction of two major roads (Quebec route 132 and Quebec route 134) and one freeway (Quebec Autoroute 20), near the Jacques Cartier Bridge

Nearby points of interestEdit


External linksEdit

Previous station Montreal Metro Next station
toward Berri-UQAM
  Line 4, Yellow   Terminus

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