The Sunnybrooke station will replace the existing train station of the same name. It is an elevated station, east of Sunnybrooke Boulevard and adjacent to a new overpass above the boulevard. The urban integration (entrance square and plantings) is designed to provide a convivial space in front of the station.
Type of station
The station is located at the corner of Gouin and Sunnybrooke boulevards. Main access is via Sunnybrooke Boulevard and from the two park-and-ride lots on either side of the station. Pedestrian access is provided from Gouin Boulevard West and Cérès Street.
Discover the implementation plan for the Sunnybrooke station, including the different accesses and services.
- Start of construction: 2021
- Height of the station: 14.8 m from street level
- Length of each platform: 80 m
- Landscaping around the station
- Universal accessibility to the station’s platforms via elevators
- Bicycles: 40 spaces, 20 of which are covered
- Bicycle access: Near the station, there is an existing bike path on Cérès Street and Lucerne Street
- Buses: Stops on nearby streets
- Kiss-and-ride, paratransit and taxi spaces
- Park-and-ride: similar number as today (approximately 505 spaces) including 9 universal access spaces, 51 spaces reserved for carpooling, and 10 parking spaces with electric car charging stations
Frequency once the network is fully commissioned
- Peak hours: 5 minutes
- Off-peak hours: 15 minutes
- Brossard: 38 minutes
- Central Station: 21 minutes
- McGill: 20 minutes
- Édouard-Montpetit: 17 minutes
- Bois-Franc: 5 minutes
- YUL-Aéroport-Montréal-Trudeau: 24 minutes*
- Anse-à-l’Orme: 32 minutes*
- Deux-Montagnes: 12 minutes*
* To get to this station from the Sunnybrooke station, you must make a transfer at Bois-Franc station. We added a conservative 10-minute connection time in our calculations.