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Electric vehicle charging stations

The City offers nine electric vehicle charging stations on its 6.96 km2 territory:

These charging stations are part of the Electric Circuit network, which currently includes about 3,400 stations across Quebec. The rate for charging is $1 per hour, billed by the minute. For example, if a vehicle is connected to a station for three hours, charging will cost $3, even if the vehicle was completely charged after one hour.

Charging station locator and help-line

The Electric Circuit is the largest public charging network in Quebec. This major initiative implements the infrastructure required to support plug-in electric vehicles in Quebec. Electric Circuit users have access to a 24/7 telephone help-line run by CAA-Québec, as well as a charging-station locator service. The Electric Circuit website,, and the mobile app for iOS and Android are updated as new stations are commissioned. The Electric Circuit card also allows users to access the 150 Quebec charging stations of the FLO network (formerly the VERnetwork).

Did you know?

The City of Côte Saint-Luc provides a one-time subsidy of up to $250 towards the purchase and installation of an electric vehicle home charging station.

Those interested in purchasing a zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) have access to government incentive programs. Find out more on the CAA website .

Car sharing

Two Communauto vehicles are also available in Côte Saint-Luc. They have dedicated spots in the parking lots of the Bernard Lang Civic Centre (5801 Cavendish Boulevard ) and the Côte Saint-Luc Shopping Centre (7155 Côte-Saint-Luc Road ).  To find out more about the advantages of this service, see Car sharing.

Public transit

Six STM bus routes and one STM shuttle also serve the City. To find out more about your public transit options, see Public transit.


In addition, Côte Saint-Luc created a bicycle route along a 14-kilometre stretch as part of an initiative to encourage residents to stay active. See the map (PDF) or Bicycle routes for more information.

Motorized personal mobility devices

On July 20, 2023, the Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable launched a three-year pilot project concerning the use of motorized personal mobility devices (MPMD). Find out more about their use.