As part of its fight against COVID-19, Montreal has been rethinking its public space by creating safe active transportation circuits for active transportation. Its objective is for Montrealers to be able to walk and bike safely.
The warm weather and progressive reopening make for busier streets. In order to leave more room for pedestrians and cyclists, Montréal is creating more than a hundred kilometers of safe active transportation circuits this summer. Here are some tips to get around.
Getting around on foot or on your bike will be made easier this summer in Montréal, thanks to the new safe active transportation lanes. These temporary configurations created in the context of the pandemic take various forms and allow for physical distancing while travelling. Come discover them!
Do you enjoy being in Montréal’s large parks, just like so many outdoor lovers do? Did you know that some actions are harmful to these rich living environments? Learn some good habits to practice the next time you visit.
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Thanks to the Accès Montréal card, residents can enjoy a number of exclusive privileges and discounts on arts, recreational and sports activities in Montréal. This card is available to all residents and property owners.
Several services to the citizens of Pierrefonds-Roxboro are available online.
Montréal is taking measures to protect the population from COVID-19. These measures are changing as the situation evolves, which is why we are constantly monitoring its evolution.
Having a kit already prepared means you can react faster in an emergency. Prepare in advance for a major storm, flooding, an industrial accident or any other disaster in Montréal. Follow the guidelines.
When an emergency arises, Montréal uses rapid communications to keep residents informed of the situation as it evolves. Find out what tools you can use to get reliable, up-to-date information when disaster strikes.