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The first stop of the day was at Angrignon Métro station, where most routes in the extreme southwest of the island terminate, as well as offer connections to services operating by other transit authorities to the western south shore. In 1993, route 114 Norman/St. Patrick was rerouted and renamed as part of an overhaul of transit services in the LaSalle/Verdun/éle-des-Soeurs area, and was now connected to the Métro at Angrignon via the LaSalle industrial area. The route was cancelled in 1996, and most of its service was not replaced, as ridership was low.

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