2011 Kahnawake Transportation
VERY IMPORTANT: DUE TO MAJOR CONSTRUCTION ON THE MERCIER BRIDGE, as well as on the CHAMPLAIN BRIDGE, the way to Kahnawake and back can take from 1 hour to 1 1/2 hour. We recommande you to inquire about these transportation changes when you plan your trip, whether it is by car, by bus or by bike.
BUS SHUTTLE - REVISIONING THE AMERICAS
A bus shuttle will offer free transportation between Montreal and Kahanwake. Places are limited, so please make your reservations in advance by writing at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are 2 different routes (to go; to come back). Please specify in your email which ones you are planning to take.
IMPORTANT: Arrive 10-15 minutes early because the buses will be leaving exactly at the departure times here mentioned, no later. The bus is leaving really early because of the construction on the bridges.
Friday, August 5th 2011:
1) Departure 8:15AM from INRS (385, rue Sherbrooke est) to go to the Legion Hall, Kahnawake
2) Return around 5:30PM from the Legion Hall to the INRS, Montréal
You can also go from Montreal to Kahnawake (and the other way around) for about 20$ normally, probably more because of the construction on the Mercier bridge.
You'll find your way with the maps below. Kahnawake is normally about 20 to 30 minutes away from downtown Montreal, but with the construction on the Mercier and Champlain bridges, it can take from 1h to 1h30, depending on the traffic.Details can be found on those bridge's websites. To go from downtown Montreal to Kahnawake in the morning, we recommand going through the Jacques-Cartier bridge.
MAP of the Legion Hall (Kahnawake)