The City Vision : imagining the Montréal of 2050

Last updated April 19, 2022
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In anticipation of its future 2050 Land Use and Mobility Plan, Montréal is tabling its City Vision. The goal: to explore different ways the city could be developed to meet the population’s future needs and aspirations.

The City Vision is the fruit of consultations among departments and boroughs, and collaboration with many of the city’s partners including community organizations. It offers some answers to the following questions: 

  • What do we want the city to look like in the future? 
  • How do we want it to be organized, designed and built? 
  • What should we keep and what should we transform? 
  • Under what conditions do we want to move around the city? 

The public will be invited to discuss the City Vision and propose ideas during a public consultation conducted by the Office de consultation publique de Montréal (OCPM). 

The major changes proposed in the City Vision will guide the actions to be taken to make Montréal a greener and more inclusive city. By proposing solutions to combat and adapt to climate change, by aiming for social and territorial equity and by guaranteeing quality of life for the population, the City Vision aligns with the guiding principles of the municipal administration.