Marie-Curie station is located in the heart of Technoparc Montréal, a science and technology park bringing together more than 100 companies and over 7,000 employees. The design and route of the REM were specifically adapted to protect the wetlands in this area (see box at the bottom of the page).
Type of station
The station is located at the intersection of Albert-Einstein Street and Alfred-Nobel Boulevard.
Discover the implementation plan for the Marie-Curie station, including the different accesses and services.
- Start of construction: Spring 2020
- Height of the station building : 5.3 m from street level
- Depth of the station: 12 m
- Length of each platform: 80 m
- Two public squares to the west and east of the station, including planting islands and a pedestrian path
- Landscaping around the station (e.g. shrubs, perennials)
- Universal accessibility to the station’s platforms via elevators
- Bicycles: 20 spaces, 10 of which are covered
- Bicycle access: Several on-street bike paths near Marie-Curie station, including on Alfred-Nobel Boulevard and Albert-Einstein Street, Alexander-Fleming Street and Frederick-Banting Street.
- Buses: Stops on nearby streets
- Kiss-and-ride, paratransit and taxi spaces
Frequency once the network is fully commissioned
- Peak hours: 10 minutes
- Off-peak hours: 15 minutes
- Brossard: 40 minutes
- Central Station: 23 minutes
- McGill: 21 minutes
- Édouard-Montpetit: 18 minutes
- YUL-Aéroport-Montréal-Trudeau: 2 minutes
- Anse-à-l’Orme: 29 minutes*
- Deux-Montagnes: 29 minutes*
*To get to this station, you must transfer at Bois-Franc station. We’ve added a conservative 10-minute connection time to our calculations.