A STRATEGIC GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION
The Agglomération de Longueuil is the 4th largest urban agglomeration in Quebec and is made up of five cities located along the St. Lawrence River on the South Shore of Montreal: Boucherville, Brossard, Longueuil, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville and Saint-Lambert.
Direct access to the U.S market
The Agglomération de Longueuil is located on the shore of the St. Lawrence River, close to downtown Montreal and at the intersection of highways and other transportation methods providing access to the northeastern U.S. corridor. This location is highly strategic when it comes to attracting investment.
Logistic advantages and a smooth flow of exports
Our area is equipped with the largest intermodal terminal in Quebec and is situated at a major intersection of road, rail and air infrastructure.
- 30 minutes from the U.S. border and 2 hours from Ottawa
- Access to Montreal via 4 bridges
- Quick route to Toronto via highway 30
from the U.S border
An economic activity hub
- 15 km from the Port of Montréal, which provides a direct route to Europe, the east coast of North America and the American Midwest
- Access to Canadian and American railway networks
- The Montréal Saint-Hubert Longueuil Airport is the 6th largest airport in Canada in terms of traffic
from the Port of Montréal
A flourishing public transit system
In addition to a metro station, more than 85 bus routes and a commuter train that transports passengers to downtown Montreal in less than 15 minutes, there are several other public transit projects currently in progress. The REM light rail project and the Léeo electric tramway will improve transportation to Montreal and travel within the agglomeration.
commuter train stations
metro station bound for Montreal
REM stations under construction bound for Montreal and the international airport
Léeo electric tramway public transit project
An increasingly urban suburb
The recent public transit projects are modern and efficient and have brought major investments to the Agglomération de Longueuil, particularly Brossard and downtown Longueuil. These transit-oriented development (TOD) projects are directly connected to the REM and metro and feature new housing units, commercial spaces, offices, hotels, performance venues and numerous entertainment options. The agglomeration is a place that you can call home, offering the perfect balance between urban life and nature.
YET ANOTHER REASON TO INVEST HERE : The quality of life
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