Concordia Cycling is an association grouping all the undergraduate cycling enthusiasts of Concordia. The main goal of the club is to provide a safe and friendly environment for weekly organized rides opened to all.
As Concordians, we have many of options when it comes to getting to and from the university. Find out what services are available on campus and check out our list of external resources!
Concordia commuting services
Find out about the services and support available to you in your quest for sustainable commuting options!
Concordia's shuttle bus is one of the easiest ways to travel between campuses besides cycling. Access is free! Just show your student or staff ID while boarding.
Concordia University has four Level 1 (120 v) outlets to charge electric vehicles. Two of them are located at the Loyola Campus and two are at the SGW Campus.
- One 120 v outlet at the Terrebonne Parking lot (P5)
- One 120 v outlet at the Sports Complex Parking Lot (P7)
- Two 120 v outlets at the LB Building Indoor Garage
Find more about parking at Concordia here.
EV charging stations are also available on street parking close to Concordia University. Find a station here.
Montreal has one of the finest and most affordable public transportation networks in North America - buses, metros and trains link the University to the rest of the metropolitan area, Laval, the West Island and the North and South shores.
All full-time students at Concordia have access to a 40% fare reduction on a transit pass with the STM. For information on reduced-fare transit pass at Concordia's Birks Student Service Centre
Don’t forget, the Federal Government now gives a transit pass tax credit.
External commuting resources
There are plenty of options available in Montreal to help you get to campus!
Did you know that 5%-10% of single-bicycle crashes are caused by bicycle malfunction? Here are some resources on bike repairs and maintenance!
Biking to Concordia's two campuses is easy with dedicated bike lanes. Here are some rules of the road and tips to stay safe.
Car sharing is a great alternative to owning a car in Montreal. No expensive maintenance fees, no insurance fees, and you don’t pay for gas!
The best part? All of the vehicles available through these car-sharing programs are either hybrid or fully electric.
Communauto is a car sharing service that offers flexible packages based on usage. With reservation for roundtrips...Communauto OR without reservation for one-way trips...Auto-Mobile
You can find out more information and where the closest station is by visiting, www.communauto.com
It's easy to use public transit! Use the tools below to figure out which modes to use and where you can catch them.
STM online trip planner
Plan your trip by using the STM’s trip planner at stm.info
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