Laval is a Canadian city in southwestern Quebec, north of Montreal. It is the largest suburb of Montreal, the third-largest city in the province after Montreal and Quebec City, and the thirteenth largest city in Canada with a population of approximately 500,000.
Laval is geographically separated from the mainland to the north by the Rivière des Mille Îles, and from the Island of Montreal to the south by the Rivière des Prairies. Laval occupies all of Île Jésus as well as the Îles Laval. Laval is a modern, rapidly expanding city that is committed to listening to the needs of its citizens. With one of the highest demographic growth in Quebec, it stands out for its exceptional infrastructure, economy and quality of life.
The stations are Cartier, De La Concorde, and Montmorency. The Metro in Laval is the extension to the Orange line from Montmorency to the Côte-Vertu station.
La ligne de train de banlieue Saint-Jérôme de l’agence de transport en commun Exo traverse l’île, reliant Laval au centre-ville de Montréal.The Exo public transit agency’s Saint-Jérôme commuter train line traverses the island, connecting Laval to downtown Montreal. There are currently three train stations in Laval: De la Concorde (an intermodal station offering transfer to the metro), Vimont and Sainte-Rose.
Montmorency Terminus The Société de transport de Laval (STL) provides local bus service in Laval. The STL’s network consists of 35 regular lines, two rush hour lines, two trainbus lines, three express lines, one community circuit and several taxi lines.