Plateau-Mont-Royal luc rabouin family streets

Plateau-Mont-Royal introduces “family streets” this weekend

Borough mayor Luc Rabouin made the announcement this morning.

Luc Rabouin, mayor of the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough, has announced this morning that there will be three “family streets” along Baldwin, De Lorimier and Laurier parks. These streets will be reserved for walking, cycling and free play. Only local car traffic will be permitted.

“For this beautiful sunny weekend, @LePMR (Plateau-Mont-Royal) has created three family and active streets along Baldwin, De Lorimier and Laurier parks: walking, cycling, free games. Only local car traffic is allowed. #polmgl #COVID19” — Luc Rabouin on Twitter

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