Canada. It is situated on the north shores of the Rivière des Mille-Îles and of the Rivière des Prairies, North of Montreal and Laval.
This city is divided into three sectors, particularly Lachenaie, La Plaine, and Terrebonne. In the past, these sectors were distinct cities; however, on 22 August 2001, they merged under the name of Terrebonne.
Terrebonne is connected to Montreal’s Central Station by commuter rail by means of the Terrebonne station of the Réseau de transportation métropolitain (RTM) Mascouche line.
The city of Terrebonne is also equipped with a bus network, likewise run by the RTM, which enables locals to reach a number of metro stations both in Laval and Montreal, among numerous other places. Some examples include bus line 30 (or 30G), which brings occupants of Terrebonne to the Radisson city station on Sherbrooke Street East, bus line 19 (or 19G), which reaches Montmorency metro station in Laval, and bus line 25, whose final stop is at the Henri-Bourassa city station.
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