If you’re travelling by air
Flights from North America and abroad now come into Montréal-Trudeau Airport, 22 km west of downtown Montreal. The airport offers a bus service to downtown Montreal, which costs approximately $13. Upon arrival at the terminus on Berri and de Maisonneuve Sts., either take a taxi or the subway (métro) to the Welcome Centre, which is located in the J.W. McConnell Building, Room LB 185-40, 1400 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West (1400, boul. de Maisonneuve ouest). If you take the subway, travel in the Angrignon direction (green line) and exit at the Guy-Concordia stop; the Welcome Centre is down the street.
Another option from the airport is to take the #204 public transit bus heading to the Dorval bus terminal, then take the #211 heading downtown. Get off at Lionel-Groulx métro (subway) station, and take the green line in the Honoré-Beaugrand direction, to Guy-Concordia station.
There is a flat rate of about $31 for taxi cab rides from the airport to downtown.
If you’re travelling by train
Travelling to Montreal by train will bring you to Central Station, which is just a few blocks from Concordia University on René-Lévesque Blvd. West, near Mansfield Street (Blvd. Réné-Lévesque Ouest et rue Mansfield)
If you’re travelling by bus or subway
The Berri-UQAM station is the final destination for all bus lines into the city. Upon arrival you may either take a taxi or take the métro (subway), which is located below the bus station. Travel in the Angrignon direction (green line) and exit at the Guy-Concordia stop
If you’re travelling by automobile
If you’re coming to Montreal from the east or south (highways 10, 15, or 20), take the Décarie Expressway (Autoroute Décarie) to Sherbrooke St. West (rue Sherbrooke Ouest), exit 64.
If you’re coming to Montreal from the north or west (highways 15, 20, or 40), take the Décarie Expressway (Autoroute Décarie) to Sherbrooke St. West (rue Sherbrooke Ouest), exit 64.
Site last updated September 01, 2005