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New intersection design in N.D.G. called 'an embarrassment'

The N.D.G. Cycling and Pedestrian Association is asking for 14 seconds.

That’s all it wants for cyclists and pedestrians to get across what they say is the treacherous intersection of Décarie and de Maisonneuve Blvds. 825 more words

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Cyclists to get temporary bike lane on de Maisonneuve this summer

There will be a protected bicycle path on de Maisonneuve Blvd. near the Vendôme métro station this year, Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough mayor Russell Copeman said.

It won’t, however, be the permanent solution for the area known as the Vendôme danger zone because of the number of possible confrontations between cars, buses, pedestrians and cyclists. 623 more words

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Plan to make part of de Maisonneuve two ways draws fire

Cycling safety will be a hot topic at Monday’s Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough council meeting as councillors will be voting on a proposal to make a small stretch of de Maisonneuve Blvd. 680 more words

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Clearing the way to winter cycling

Temperatures lower than -20C, snow squalls, flash heat waves followed by freezing rain and ice storms.

This past month, Montrealers have been tested with the worst that winter can throw at them. 1,137 more words

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De Maisonneuve to have new two-way stretch west of superhospital

A little-used, newly opened off-ramp from the Décarie Expressway is about to get a lot more busy.

The borough of Côte-de-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce has authorized a plan that would allow cars to turn left from the de Maisonneuve Blvd. 1,196 more words

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Progress. Where would we be without it? For a start this would have been scrawled in pig’s blood on the wall of a cave. Although chances are you wouldn’t have been able to read it, because as soon as you turned your back a hairy backed troglodyte would have clubbed you over the head and dragged you back to their cave for a spot of “natural selection”. 827 more words


Bixi puts forth five-year-plan, but what will city hall say?

Watch above: The not-for-profit board that runs Bixi Montreal has unveiled a 5-year plan that it the hopes will revive the struggling bike-sharing program. Billy Shields has the full story. 309 more words