Not only the passenger seats but also the doors and the
train ends feature very large windows. But alas, one cannot see out
of the front or the rear of the train, and the side views are limited to
scenes almost always deep within the subway.
Trains are assembled in three car units, so a run can
consist of either three, six or nine cars. The standard fare
for a one-way ride is $2.50 Canadian.
Montreal is among the minority of cities that also provide a commuter
rail network. That system is operated by a different agency.
Several Métro stations are located close to commuter stops or terminals.