Announcing a Continued Partnership with STM

Rock ‘n’ Roll Oasis Montreal is pleased to partner with the Société de transport de Montréal (STM), Montreal’s local transit system!

What does this mean for you? Rock ‘n’ Roll Oasis Montreal is offering every participant one all-day STM pass for each day they’re running! That means free transportation on race day! Best of all, your complimentary STM transit pass will feature an exclusive Rock ‘n’ Roll Oasis Montreal design!

New this year: Participants must pick up their complimentary STM transit pass at the STM booth, which will be located at the end of the Health & Fitness Expo. Passes will not be included in your bag at packet pickup, so you must stop by the STM booth to get your pass.

Complimentary Pass Details:

  • Runners participating in the 5 km or 1 km distances will receive a complimentary all-day transit pass valid on Saturday, September 23
  • Runners participating in the marathon, half marathon, or 10 km distances will receive a complimentary all-day pass valid on Sunday, September 24
  • Runners participating in the Remix Challenge (5 km distance Saturday and any distance Sunday) will receive a complimentary pass for both Saturday and Sunday

Getting There:

Expo: Take the Orange line to Bonaventure station (the Expo is located in Place Bonaventure)

1 km and 5 km: Take the Orange line to either Sherbrooke or Mont-Royal station

5 km 

  • Take the Métro and exit at Sherbrooke station.
  • Then, walk (approximately 12 minutes) northbound on Berri Street (you will cross Cherrier Street, Bousquet Street and the next corner is Roy. Turn right on Roy and walk until you reach du Parc-La Fontaine Avenue (you will cross St-Hubert, St-Christophe, St-André, de Mentana and then it will be Parc-La Fontaine Avenue.

1 km

  • P’tit Marathon 1 km Tel-Jeunes – 10:30 am at parc La Fontaine
    (Corner of Roy/du Parc-La Fontaine)
  • Take the Métro and exit at Sherbrooke station.
  • Then, walk (approximately 12 minutes) northbound on Berri Street (you will cross Cherrier Street, Bousquet Street and the next corner is Roy. Turn right on Roy and walk until you reach du Parc-La Fontaine Avenue (you will cross St-Hubert, St-Christophe, St-André, de Mentana and then it will be du Parc-La Fontaine Avenue.

10 km: Take the Orange line to Laurier station (and take Laurier exit)

  • Take the Métro and exit at Laurier station (Laurier exit).
  • Then, walk (about 7 minutes) eastbound on Laurier Street. You will cross Berri, Resther, St-Huber and a few more. The park is on Laurier street, about 4-5 intersections from the Laurier metro station.

Marathon and 1/2 marathon: Take the Yellow line to Longueuil—Université-de-Sherbrooke station

  • To get to the starting line, use the Métro and exit at Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke station (Yellow line).
  • Exceptionally, the Yellow line will be open during the full race weekend (Saturday and Sunday)
  • Upon exiting the station, signage will guide you towards the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and to the Bag Check area.
  • Drop your bag at the gear check (yellow buses) and continue to follow the road. Walk up to the Jacques-Cartier Bridge where the start will take place.

To get to the finish line, at parc La Fontaine, use the Métro and exit at the Sherbrooke station.

From the Finish:

  • Walk to Sherbrooke or Mont-Royal station (5- to 10-minute walk)

Participants will receive their STM cards at the Health & Fitness Expo upon bib and t-shirt pickup.

STM will also host a spectator viewing location at the Jean-Drapeau station on île Sainte-Hélène.

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