Montreal streets pedestrian-only summer

10 Montreal streets are going pedestrian-only this summer

Check out the complete list of pedestrian streets and dates, 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 St-Denis (June 5–Oct. 14), St-Denis to de Lorimier (June 5–Aug. 26)
  2. Wellington From 6th Avenue to Régina (June 3–Sept. 15)
  3. Ste-Catherine From Bleury to St-Laurent (May 1–Oct. 31), from St-Hubert to Papineau (May 17–Oct. 17)
  4. Ontario E. From Pie-IX to Darling (June 17–Sept. 7)
  5. Duluth E. From St-Laurent to St-Hubert (May 14–Oct. 15)
  6. St-Denis (as well as Emery Street) From Sherbrooke to de Maisonneuve (June 18–Sept. 17)
  7. Place du Marché-du-Nord (Jean-Talon Market) From Casgrain to Henri-Julien (June 16–Oct. 13)
  8. Bernard From Wiseman to Bloomfield (May 17–Sept. 27)
  9. De Castelnau E. From St-Denis to de Gaspé (May 15–Oct. 31)
  10. Plaza St-Hubert From Bellechasse to Jean-Talon (July 4–Aug. 25)

“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

This article was originally published on April 9 and updated on May 13, 2024.


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