THE OCPM launches a consultation on access roads to Mount Royal
The Montreal Public Advisory Board has been mandated by the Executive Committee to conduct a public consultation to evaluate the pilot project for the withdrawal of transit traffic for private vehicles on Camillien-Houde and Remembrance lanes and to imagine the future for these access roads to Mount Royal Park.
On March 14, Montreal executive committee gave us the mandate to hold a public consultation on two items: reflecting on the future and development of access roads to Mount Royal, and evaluating the pilot project eliminating through-traffic on the Camillien-Houde and Remembrance roads. For the duration of the pilot project, various activities, some requiring attendance in person and others conducted online, will be organized to evaluate the impacts of the pilot project and imagine the future of access roads to the park.
Here are the basic documents for the consultation:
- Pilot project to stop transit traffic for private vehicules on Voie Camillien-Houde and on Chemin Remembrance and Vision for the future of vehicular access ways to the Mont Royal
- Consultation flyer
- Pilot project circulation
- Presentation by the Bureau du Mont-Royal - Information Meeting - May 10th 2018