Foster the development of mixed uses while ensuring their
Improve the Havre’s image as the main gateway to
the Central Business District, through high-quality architecture and landscaping
and the eventual decorative lighting of the bridges.
Relocate the Autoroute Bonaventure corridor, converted
to a ground-level urban boulevard, in order to free up the waterfront and
improve access to the adjacent area.
Serve South Shore residents by developing public transportation
modes such as the LRT currently considered by the AMT, an additional commuter
train line across the Victoria Bridge or a reserved peak-direction bus lane
on the Champlain Bridge.
Favour the creation of a public transportation corridor,
such as a modern tramway or shuttle connecting Parc Jean-Drapeau, Old Montréal,
the Havre, the Quartier des spectacles and Mount Royal.
Complete the waterside roadway between Verdun and Old
Montréal by developing a public waterfront corridor.
Study the link crossing the Peel Basin of the Lachine
Canal (in a tunnel or on a new bridge).
Promote partnerships between the public and private sectors
to ensure heritage preservation and enhancement: industrial heritage (Elevator
No. 5, Wellington Basin, Lachine Canal), military heritage (the fort, tower
and cemetery), modern heritage (Expo 67) and natural heritage (the woods
on Île Sainte-Hélène).
Rehabilitate contaminated sites in order to support their