The neighbourhood is located between the streets Rachel and Saint-Joseph, to the east of Molson, just a few steps from the Plateau Mont-Royal and Vieux-Rosemont.
Access is easy with a dedicated bus line - 25 Angus - that connects users with the green and orange metro lines. The site is also accessible by 2 bike paths, a BIXI station, Communauto and Car2Go car-sharing services and has 8 electric vehicle charging stations.
The 25 Angus bus connects both the Préfontaine and Rosemont metro stations to the site in less than 15 minutes. Users can consult the STM.info website or app to create personalized itineraries.
Bikes + BIXI
There are two bike paths that cross through the site and two BIXI stations nearby. There are also indoor and outdoor spots where bikes can be parked.
Car-sharing + Vehicles
The Technopôle Angus is easily accessible with Communauto and Car2Go car-sharing services: you can also return the cars in the parking lot to the west of Molson Street at no extra charge. On site you will also find eight electric vehicle charging stations. Pay parking is also available at lots nearby.
A Mobility Passport is offered for every 2,000 square feet of rented space. This encourages businesses and their employees to use public transit and active transportation. It includes:
-An annual STM pass
-An annual BIXI membership
-An “Open Plan” with Communauto
A Bustling Neighbourhood
There has been a real flurry of businesses and offices opening at the Technopôle. The space was transformed from an industrial park into a welcoming, avant-garde district and is known locally and across Canada and abroad for its vitality and innovative sustainable-development achievements.