Montréal is a city of cyclists. The EBN, Express Bike Network project calls for the creation of 184 kilometres of bike paths across the entire island of Montréal, including 17 paths that will be accessible year-round. Within the next 10 years, cycling is expected to account for 15 per cent of transi
Discover our tips on safely parking your car during snow removal operations in Montréal: when to move your car, and where and how to park it.
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.
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!
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.
When the snowflakes return, our crews move into action to make your streets, sidewalks and bike paths safe and passable. Here’s how you can contribute to the success of snow clearance operations.
The borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce has installed pedestrian corridors on commercial streets in order to ensure residents are able to maintain social distancing while running essential errands.