“I wom the Formula E title in Montreal – that was the greatest day in my career so far. It’s nice that Montreal again closes the season. Together with Buenos Aires, Montreal was my favorite event last season. The circuit is pretty long and offers some overtaking opportunities, interesting up-and-down sections, various types of turns and a long straight. The atmosphere in Montreal is breath-taking. So, all in all, I have only positive memories of Montreal.”
Due to its location on an island, Montreal can only be reached by land via 24 bridges and three tunnels. In urban transportation, the Metro subway particularly stands out. Seven lines carry 1.1 million passengers per day on a total distance of 69 kilometers. With that, Montreal has Canada’s most frequently used subway. Those who do not wish to travel in Montreal in motor vehicles can use bicycles. In the “Copenhagenize Bicycle-friendly Cities” index, Montreal has been continually ranked in the top 20 for years. Since 2009, the network of bicycle paths has been extended from 400 to 750 kilometers.