The Olympic Park consists of several venues where the public can gather for events: the Olympic Stadium, Esplanade Financière Sun Life and Saputo Stadium.

Check the list of activities held at the Olympic Park

How to get there?

StationPie-IX

  • The Stadium
  • The Esplanade Financière Sun Life
  • The Botanical Garden
  • The Saputo Stadium

Station Viau

  • The Montréal Tower
  • The Sports Centre
  • The Biodôme
  • The Saputo Stadium

For spectator events

Montréal’s Olympic Park has implemented a new entry process at the Olympic Stadium, by moving the search points outside for all spectator events. This helps reduce the waiting time and allow the crowd to move quickly.

You will be directed outside, where greeters will guide you to the Esplanade, which is accessible to pedestrians by means of three entry points: via Boulevard Pie‑IX, and via ramps facing Desjardins, Létourneux and Bennett streets. Four search points will be set up on the Esplanade and an additional one at 4545 Avenue Pierre‑De Coubertin.

More details about entry points

People with limited mobility and families with strollers are the only ones allowed to use the indoor corridor to the Stadium.

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With regards to the upcoming baseball game at Olympic Stadium : March 31 and April 1st

Be advised that you can only enter Pie-IX station from the west side entrance building on Friday, March 31 from 4 pm to 8 pm and again on Saturday, April 1 from 10 am to 2 pm. During that time, the east-side entryway can  only be used to exit the station. Furthermore, the 139 bus stop will be moved to the southeast corner of boulevard Pie IX and Pierre-de Coubertin.

If you are travelling from Honoré-Beaugrand on the Green line, we recommend that you exit at Viau station.

Our tips

When major events take place, getting around the city with public transit is the easiest way. So leave the car at home and enjoy the peace of mind!

Allow for more time to get there: a lot of people are heading to the same location! Keep in mind that service levels are adjusted to handle the increased ridership.

Trip planning tools to get there easily

The "Your trip" tool in the Getting around section of our website will show you which bus lines or métro stations to use to reach your destination.

Just enter your departure point and destination addresses to get directions!

Find out when the next buses are scheduled to arrive at your stop. If you don't know which buses serve your neighbourhood,  enter your address in the "Maps" tool of the Getting around section of the website. To learn more:

5 ways to view bus schedules

Avoid line-ups during snowstorms by purchasing your fare in advance.

Your options

  • You can go to one of many authorized retailers to purchase the fare you want.
  • You can pay cash aboard the bus, but make sure you have the exact change for the $3.25 fare. 
  • You can go to the nearest métro station and purchase your fare from either:
    • The fare booth attendant
    • One of the automated fare vending machines

Get more information here.

Transit fare cards are not sold on the bus.

Only ride public transit occasionally? These fare cards could suit your needs.

1-trip: $3.25

2-trips: $6

10-trips: $26.50

Unlimited Evening: $5 (from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m.)

Unlimited Weekend: $13 (from 6 p.m. Friday to 5 a.m. Monday)

View all fare products here.

The fares you buy are loaded on different fare media. Click on each one to see how to use it.

Tickets

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Keep your fare card with you :

Hold on to your fare card until the end of your trip, because once it is validated, it serves as your proof of payment. Otherwise, you could be fined a minimum of $150 plus fees.

If you have limited mobility or use a wheelchair, please read the section about network accessibility on our website.

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