This is the best way to commute—environmentally friendly and efficient!
The Jean-Drapeau metro station is located on the yellow line. Bikes are allowed on the Metro cars to get to the competition site. Once outside of the metro station, follow the signs to the Olympic Basin. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from the metro. To consult the metro schedule, go to this link. For quick and easy access to the park, the metro remains the best solution!
From Montreal: via the Jacques Cartier Bridge or the Concorde Bridge (via Pierre-Dupuy avenue)
From the South Shore: via the Victoria Bridge or the Jacques-Cartier Bridge
From Montreal: via the Jacques Cartier Bridge or the Concorde Bridge
From the South Shore: via the Victoria/Concorde or Jacques Cartier Bridges
Why not carpool with a friend or meet a friendly triathlete on TQ’s carpooling Facebook Page? Here is the link to the page : https://www.facebook.com/groups/444909956213978/
Cars parked at Parc Jean-Drapeau must pay the parking fees. You can purchase a parking pass for $ 25,75 (credit or debit card only when picking up your participant’s kit the week before the event. It is also possible to pay for parking on site at the same price by credit card only.
Please note that the purchase of a parking pass does not guarantee you a parking space and that lost or forgotten parking passes cannot be replaced . Parking spaces are allocated on a first come, first served basis. When the parking lot next to the transition zone (P2) will be full, cars will be redirected towards other parking lots on Ste-Hélène island. When P1 will be full, participants will be redirected towards Jacques- Cartier Bridge through Montreal or the South Shore (minimum of 30 min detour without traffic). If your start time is at the end of the day, we strongly encourage you to come by metro or bike to avoid any problems getting to the venue or with parking.
*The amount is subject to change.
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What to Visit?
If you feel like playing the tourist before or after the SAIL CHALLENGE Esprit Montréal, this beautiful city is more than willing to play along. Here’s what to add to your itinerary.