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To better plan your trips on June 3 and 5, 2022

On the first weekend of June, the Go Bike Montréal Festival will be in full swing with the presentation of the Tour la Nuit and Tour de l’Île de Montréal. Since these events will affect normal road traffic conditions, we ask that you plan your trips carefully.

Optimize your trips with Waze

Vélo Québec has partnered with Waze to keep you informed about real-time traffic during the Tour la Nuit and Tour de l’Île. Since the Waze map is updated with data from our events, you will be able to find optimal routes and avoid road closures. 

Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 3rd, 2022

Download the map (pdf)
See the list of closed streets (pdf)

 

 

Tour de l’Île, Sunday, June 5th, 2022

Download the map (pdf)
See the list of closed streets (pdf)

 

 

How to get to the Tour by bike, metro or car?

By bike

Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 3rd

Consult Useful info for participants to plan your itinerary to the location of your Tour la Nuit access point.

Tour de l’Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 5th

Consult Useful info for participants to plan your itinerary to the location of your Tour de l’Île de Montréal access point.

By metro

Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 5th

For more information, consult the STM Web site: www.stm.info

The Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) will allow Un Tour la Nuit cyclists to access the metro as of 7 p.m. on Friday, June 5th, to get to the event start site. Passengers with bicycles will have access to six metro stations on the way to the event and three on the way home. A total of 16 bicycles will be allowed on board the first car of each train. However, tandems, tricycles and trailers will be prohibited.

In order to ensure compliance with the limit of 16 bicycles per train, no transfers will be permitted at the Snowdon, Jean-Talon, Lionel-Groulx and Berri-UQAM stations, either on the way to the event or on the way home. STM employees will be on duty in the stations to point you in the right direction. Please give them your cooperation. Extra trains will be added.

The STM would also like to inform cyclists that in the event of an emergency requiring the trains to be evacuated, bicycles must be left on board to provide for the safety of passengers. Also, even in the event of bad weather, the only four stations accessible to cyclists heading home will be those indicated below.

From 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., Friday, June 3rd, 2022

Metro stations that you can access with your bicycle on the way to the event

ORANGE LINE – Entrance: Montmorency, Henri-Bourrassa and Côte-Vertu; Exit: Sherbrooke

GREEN LINE – Entrance: Angrignon and Radisson; Exit: Viau

YELLOW LINE – Entrance: Longueuil; Exit: Berri-UQAM

BLUE LINE – No access

Metro stations that you can access with your bicycle on the way home

ORANGE LINE – Entrance: Viau; Exit: all stations

GREEN LINE – Entrance: Beaudry; Exit: all stations

YELLOW LINE – Entrance: Berri-UQAM; Exit: all stations

BLUE LINE – No access

Tour de l’Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 5th

For more information, consult the STM Web site: www.stm.info

The Société de Transport de Montréal (STM) will allow Un Tour la Nuit cyclists to access the metro as of 8 a.m. on Sunday, June 5th, to get to the event start site. Passengers with bicycles will have access to six metro stations on the way to the event and six on the way home. A total of 16 bicycles will be allowed on board the first car of each train. However, tandems, tricycles and trailers will be prohibited.

In order to ensure compliance with the limit of 16 bicycles per train, no transfers will be permitted at the Snowdon, Jean-Talon, Lionel-Groulx and Berri-UQAM stations, either on the way to the event or on the way home. STM employees will be on duty in the stations to point you in the right direction. Please give them your cooperation. Extra trains will be added.

The STM would also like to inform cyclists that in the event of an emergency requiring the trains to be evacuated, bicycles must be left on board to provide for the safety of passengers. Also, even in the event of bad weather, the only four stations accessible to cyclists heading home will be those indicated below.

From 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, June 5th, 2022

Metro stations that you can access with your bicycle on the way to the event

ORANGE LINE – Entrance: Montmorency, Henri-Bourrassa and Côte-Vertu; Exit: Snowdon and Sherbrooke

GREEN LINE – Entrance: Radisson; Exit: Angrignon and Beaudry

YELLOW LINE – Entrance: Longueuil; Exit: Berri-UQAM

BLUE LINE – Entrance: Saint-Michel; Exit: Snowdon

Metro stations that you can access with your bicycle on the way home

ORANGE LINE – Entrance: Sherbrooke and Snowdon; Exit: all stations

GREEN LINE – Entrance: Angrignon & Beaudry; Exit: all stations

YELLOW LINE – Entrance: Berri-UQAM; Exit: all stations

BLUE LINE – Entrance: Snowdon; Exit: all stations

For more information about the metro map, consult the STM Web site: www.stm.info

By car

Tour la Nuit, Friday, June 3

Given the new start scenario at the Tour la Nuit – 2 different access points – we suggest that you locate nearby public parking areas before participating in the event.

Please consult the maps with the schedules of street closures to plan your route and your parking. You can also park your vehicle on the streets around the Tour la Nuit start site. But be sure watch the signs!

Tour de l’Île de Montréal, Sunday, June 5

Given the new start scenario at the Tour de l’Île de Montréal – 3 different access points – we suggest that you locate nearby public parking areas before participating in the event.

Please consult the maps with the schedules of street closures to plan your route and your parking. You can also park your vehicle on the streets around the Tour de l’Île start site. But be sure watch the signs!

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