Montreal streets pedestrian-only summer

10 Montreal streets are going pedestrian-only this summer

Check out the complete list of pedestrian streets, from Verdun to Hochelaga.

Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante has announced that 10 streets in the city will be pedestrian-only this summer. This follows city hall’s 2022 investment of $12-million for the pedestrianization of Montreal commercial arteries over a three-year period.

10 pedestrian-only streets in Montreal summer

  1. Mont-Royal From St-Laurent to de Lorimier
  2. Wellington From 6th Avenue to Régina
  3. Ste-Catherine From Bleury to St-Laurent and from St-Hubert to Papineau
  4. Ontario E. From Pie-IX to Darling
  5. Duluth E. From St-Laurent to St-Hubert
  6. St-Denis (as well as Emery Street) From Sherbrooke to de Maisonneuve
  7. Places du Marché-du-Nord (Jean-Talon Market) From Casgrain to Henri-Julien
  8. Bernard From Wiseman to Bloomfield
  9. De Castelnau E. From St-Denis to de Gaspé
  10. Plaza St-Hubert From Bellechasse to Jean-Talon

“In Montreal, the beautiful season rhymes with pedestrianization! We are making these streets even more lively, accessible and safe places!”

10 Montreal streets are going pedestrian-only this summer

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