In its capacity as trustred friend of Mount Royal, Les amis de la montagne calls for easy and safe access to Mount Royal Park's various entry points. Whether users travel by foot, bike, bus or car, our mountain should be accessible to everyone.
Safe & Easy Acess to the MountainAccess by public transit or active transportation to the Mount Royal summit vicinity, where one of the main entrances to Mount Royal Park is located, still requires additional measures to make it efficient, safe and user friendly.
Potential solutions, such as increasing public transit to and over the mountain, developing incentive parking lots on the outskirts and distributing information on pedestrian accesses to Mount Royal, must be evaluated and implemented.
Moreover, the Camillien-Houde roadway and Côte-des-Neiges/Remembrance axis will have to be redesigned to ensure the safety of the increasing numbers of walkers and cyclists. To this end, on December 9, 2016, members of the Table de concertation du Mont-Royal (TCMR) adopted a consensus on the redevelopment of the Côte-des-Neiges/Remembrance sector and Mount Royal accessibility needs. Members of the TCMR have recommended that the City of Montréal develop a comprehensive and up-to-date vision of mountain accessibility.
Les amis de la montagne supports these efforts and will ensure that all Mount Royal Park users are informed of any initiative aimed at improving the accessibility of the mountain.
For More InformationConsensus TCMR #47 Réaménagement du secteur Côte-des-Neiges-Remembrance et vision globale de l’accessibilité au mont Royal
L’accesssibilité au mont Royal en transport actif et en commun. Réflexions et projets en cours de développement. Working document, Les amis de la montagne, September 2014.
La requalification des grands ensembles institutionnels le long des avenues des Pins et Cedar. Une occasion de consolider l’interface entre le mont Royal et le centre-ville, plan proposed by Les amis de la montagne.