From Downtown

1. Metro to du College Station, walk east on du College to Ste-Croix Ave., and north on Ste-Croix to Vanier or No. 11 7 bus to Ste-Croix and de l’Eglise.
2. Metro to Cote-Vertu Station, walk east on Cote-Vertu to Ste-Croix Ave. and south on Ste-Croix to Vanier. The walk from Du College is less than 10 minutes and from Cote Vertu is about 5 minutes.

From Cartierville

No. 64 bus to Cote-Vertu, walk east on Cote-Vertu to Ste-Croix and South on Ste-Croix to Vanier.

From Ahuntsic

No. 121 bus from Metro Sauve to Ste-Croix Ave., walk south on Ste-Croix to Vanier.

From North-East Anjou/St-Leonard

1. No. 132 bus along Viau to Viau Metro, Viau Metro to Lionel Groulx, change to Metro line 2 and get off at du College or Cote-Vertu Station.
2. No. 193 bus along Jarry to Jarry Metro, Jarry Metro to Jean Talon Station, change to Metro line 5, get off at Snowdon, change to Metro line 2 and get off at du College or Cote Vertu Station.
3. No. 460 Metropolitan (rush hours) from Anjou along Cote de Liesse to Ste-Croix Avenue, then No. 16 to de I’Eglise.

From Montreal-North & RDP

By Public Transit: take the bus No. 48, 49, 69, 89 or the 159 to the Henri-Bourassa metro. Transfer there to the bus No. 171 to Cote-Vertu & Ste. Croix.

From South-East

Metro Honore-Beaugrand to Lionel Groulx Station, change to Metro line 2 and get off at du College or Cote-Vertu Station.

From South Shore – Brossard / St-Lambert / Longueuil

Metro Longueuil to Berri-UQAM, change to Metro line 2 and get off at the du College or Cote-Vertu Station.

From South Shore – Brossard / Candiac / Greenfield Park / St. Hubert

Bus to Brossard AutoParc (near Champlain Bridge), bus across Champlain Bridge to Place Bonaventure, Metro to du College or Cote-Vertu Station.

From Lucille / Verdun

Metro Parc-Angrignon to Lionel Groulx Station, change to Metro line 2 and get off at du College or Cote-Vertu Station.

From West Island

1. No. 202 (Fairview, Lakeshore Blvd. or Dorval Circle) bus to du College Metro, walk east on du College to Ste-Croix Ave. and north on Ste-Croix to Vanier.
2. No. 216 (Fair-view Shopping Centre) express service to Cote Vertu Metro, walk east on Cote-Vertu to Ste-Croix Ave. and south on Ste-Croix to Vanier.
3. No. 215 (St. John Blvd.) bus to Cote-Vertu Metro; walk south on Decarie to Decelles,and east to Ste-Croix Ave. to Vanier.
4. No. 211 or 221 (Baie d’Urfe, Beaconsfield) bus to Lionel Groulx Station, transfer to Metro line 2 and get off at du College or Cote-Vertu Station.
5. No. 214 (Sources Blvd.) bus to du College Metro, walk east on du College to Ste-Croix Ave. and north on Ste-Croix to Vanier.
6. No. 191 (Dorval, Lachine) bus to Lionel Groulx Station, Metro line 2 to du College or Cote-Vertu Station or to Dorval Circle and transfer to No. 202 or 460.
7. No. 460 (express during rush hours) between Dorval terminus and du College Metro.

Laval Transit

Pont Lachapelle (Cartierville Bridge)

to Grenet and de Salaberry, No. 64 bus to Cote-Vertu, walk east on Cote-Vertu to Ste-Croix and then south on Ste-Croix to Vanier.

Cartier Metro

From Cartier metro take metro to Henri Bourassa metro then take the bus 171 Henri Bourassa West to Ste-Croix Avenue; or Cartier metro to Sauve metro then take bus 121 Sauve / Cote Vertu to Ste-Croix Ave

Train

1. Deux Montagnes to Central Station. Train stops at Cote Vertu and Jules-Poitras. Take No. 121 bus west on Cote-Vertu to Ste-Croix or you can walk to Vanier (15 minutes).
2. Rigaud/Lakeshore to Windsor Station. Stops at Vendome. Take Metro to either du College or Cote-Vertu station.

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