Metropolis has lengthy identified about harmful N.D.G. intersection, doc reveals

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“Something that may enhance safety within the sector can be thought-about and carried out,” Houde-Roy stated. “Pedestrian safety should be a precedence and we received’t compromise on this.”

Houde-Roy admitted, nonetheless, no vital enhancements have been made up thus far due to Turcot and an settlement between town and Transport Quebec to not worsen congestion across the challenge. She added any enhancements to the world will solely be carried out after the St-Jacques exit off the Ville-Marie Expressway reopens, slated for October.

Whereas that specific intersection is problematic, Lambert stated the entire space is badly designed and complicated for highway customers.

Daniel Quance at the intersection of de Maisonneuve Blvd. and Grey Ave. He broke his hip when had an accident with a car at that intersection last year.
Daniel Quance on the intersection of de Maisonneuve Blvd. and Gray Ave. He broke his hip when had an accident with a automobile at that intersection final 12 months. Picture by John Mahoney /Montreal Gazette

Located close to two ramps to the Décarie Expressway, the MUHC superhospital, the Vendôme métro and practice station, and a significant biking path, the world is a flurry of exercise for all modes of transportation. The identical metropolis doc confirmed that on de Maisonneuve between Addington and Claremont Sts, there have been 62 accidents recorded in the identical 2015-2017 time-frame, leading to accidents to eight motorists, 18 cyclists and one pedestrian.