Support, by means of appropriate regulatory
tools, the intensification and diversification of activities in the
areas surrounding the metro stations, the new commuter rail station, Jean-Talon
West and Décarie.
Plan for a new vocation for the Hippodrome site, favouring
the diversification and intensification of activities and, where applicable,
make improvements to the activity patterns on the land occupied by stores
and the Namur park-and-ride.
Limit the number of parking spaces in new non-residential
construction projects near metro stations.
Favour the expansion and development of the Cité scientifique.
Plan for new residential development on the west side
of the tracks, with appropriate mitigation measures.
Provide appropriate water and sewage infrastructure, including
retention basins if necessary.
Improve access to the area by building new road
links, especially in the Cavendish corridor and incorporating appropriate
facilities for public transportation, bicycle and pedestrian travel.
Improve the urban landscape along the
area’s main thoroughfares, including the Autoroute Décarie,
Jean-Talon West, Royalmount/De La Savane and Côte-de-Liesse, with high-quality
design and architecture.
Mitigate noise from the Autoroute Décarie through
appropriate means such as noise-absorbing screens on the expressway’s
Mitigate the environmental nuisances generated by the
snow disposal site.
Improve the visibility of the Cité scientifique
and the area’s industrial parks through adequate signage.
Reconfigure road intersections, improve the safety of
pedestrian links to metro stations and widen the Autoroute Décarie