These Are The Most Disgusting STM Metro Stations In Montreal According To Brutal Customer Reviews

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These Are The Most Disgusting STM Metro Stations In Montreal According To Brutal Customer Reviews

The conclusion of another election means renewed hope that maybe, one day, the STM transit system will finally get the upgrades it most desperately needs.

The four most popular political parties in the province had several ideas for how to improve public transporation in Montreal. Among them, the CAQ's proposal was perhaps the most unique.

ALSO READ: Here's Every Way Quebec Is Going To Change Forever Under The CAQ Government

TL;DR These are the stations with the worst visitor reviews on Google Maps.

The party plans to scrap Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante's promised Pink Line, extend the under-construction Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM) throug Laval, and install a tram line that would connect Montreal East and North with downtown.

Only time will tell whether the new government actually follows through on those promises. 

In the meantime, the STM stations we already have are also in need of attention and renovation.

While some stations are beautiful examples of mid-twentieth-century architecture, others are haphazardly-constructed and crumbling cement blocks.

Montreal residents love to hate on their most-frequented metro stations. But did you know that you can actually leave a review for all to see?

Each station is catalogued as a location on Google Maps, meaning visitors can actually submit their own ratings and opinions.

Below, we've compiled a list of the worst metro stations according to those submissions.

These are the stations that both received a below 4-star rating and comments that pertain specifically to station cleanliness or safety.

These comments are brutal:

Yellow Line

Longueuil

Via Google Maps

Green Line

Honoré-Beaugrand

Via Google Maps

Frontenac

Via Google Maps

Place-des-Arts

Via Google Maps

Angrignon

Via Google Maps

Orange Line

Du Collège

Via Google Maps

Plamondon

Via Google Maps

Côte-Sainte-Catherine

Via Google Maps

Rosemont

Via Google Maps

De La Concorde

Via Google Maps

Montmorency

Via Google Maps

Blue Line

Édouard-Montpetit

Via Google Maps

Thomas MacDonald
Senior Editor
Thomas MacDonald is a Senior Editor for MTL Blog focused on Montreal public transit and is based in Montreal, Quebec.
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