Trame verte et bleue: Oka to Mont-Saint-Hilaire

Cyclists will be thrilled to know they will soon have access to about 144 kilometers of bicycle paths.
Jordi-Bonnet Bridge, Mont-Saint-Hilaire

Passing through 17 municipalities on the north and south shores and the Island of Montréal, this new path will connect the Parc national d’Oka, the Parc national Mont-Saint-Bruno and the Parc national des Îles-de-Boucherville, as well as the Centre de la Nature du Mont Saint-Hilaire and various protected nature areas, large bodies of water and heritage sites.

This project is intended to establish a safe cycling corridor linking the main inhabited sectors to the green and blue spaces and the historic and heritage sites. Major work operations will be undertaken to build new sections, particularly in Montréal.

The creation of Phase 1 in the future metropolitan bicycle network is at the heart of the Trame verte et bleue du Grand Montréal project, which will give the population of the metropolitan region optimal access to places of relaxation, culture and recreation.

This project is receiving financial support from the Ville de Montréal, the Government of Quebec, and the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal.
Investment by the city: $5.8 million
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