Sustainable mobility: Where do you stand ?

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Mobility affects everyone !

We travel each day to work or school, to go shopping and to take part in our favourite activities.

Whether it's on foot, by bike, by car or by public transportation, every Montrealer travels 20 km on a dayly average (source: Enquête Origine-Destination 2013).

The Commission sur le transport et les travaux publics wants to better understand our global mobility experience and relationship with cars as well as other modes of transportation.

THANK YOU!

You have been over 2,200 people to respond to the online questionnaire developed in collaboration with the Chaire Mobilité-Polytechnique !

Survey results will be made public in the Fall. All relevant information will be posted on this website. Stay up to date by registering on Making Montreal

Mobility affects everyone !

We travel each day to work or school, to go shopping and to take part in our favourite activities.

Whether it's on foot, by bike, by car or by public transportation, every Montrealer travels 20 km on a dayly average (source: Enquête Origine-Destination 2013).

The Commission sur le transport et les travaux publics wants to better understand our global mobility experience and relationship with cars as well as other modes of transportation.

THANK YOU!

You have been over 2,200 people to respond to the online questionnaire developed in collaboration with the Chaire Mobilité-Polytechnique !

Survey results will be made public in the Fall. All relevant information will be posted on this website. Stay up to date by registering on Making Montreal

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    No car in town: An experiment

    by TraceyH, 4 months ago

    My husband and I do not own a car and never bothered learning to drive. We live near a metro station and work in the city of Montreal, and so we can use public transit. This was choice we made long ago, when we were students. (My husband sometimes uses Bixi, while I do not as the bicycles are heavy and I find Montreal cyclists too aggressive—the Tour de France Lycra gang are intimidating, to say nothing of the drivers!)

    When we travel, we vacation in cities with good public transit options or stay centrally.

    My theory is that there... Continue reading