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Valet service at the Saint-Lambert train station

Pilot project 

A new valet service is offered for free at the Saint-Lambert train station.

This service will maximize the number of parking spaces in order to accommodate more commuters.

Parking spots near the station can be hard to find, so we implemented this pilot project as a solution to make getting around easier.

Be among the first to test it out and give us your comments!

How to participate

Starting at 6 a.m., Monday to Thursday (except statutory holidays), a parking attendant will direct you to a free parking spot.

When the parking lot reaches its full capacity, an attendant will lead you to another place to park.

You will then have to hand over your keys in exchange for a ticket.

Keep this ticket—you will need it to recover your keys when you return. One of the attendants will then tell you where your vehicle is parked.

Vehicles left with the valets will be moved during the day as parking spots are freed up to ensure a smooth drive home at the end of the day.

Please note that the number of spaces is limited and may vary.

Also, do not forget to lock your car when you leave.

Is your day running longer than expected? No problem!

Between 8 and 11 p.m., call 450 671-9199 and an attendant will drop off your keys at the station within approximately 15 minutes. You can also call in advance.

Arriving at the station after 11 p.m.? Have a second set of keys handy! You can leave with your vehicle and recover your keys from the valet the following day.



We care about you!

Every day, we do our best to ensure you get around safely. Use the pedestrian walkways to cross the parking lot, and be sure to make eye contact with the drivers of the various vehicles.

If you have questions, suggestions or comments, write us!


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