Montréal must adopt a new urban development and mobility plan to replace the urban development plan that dates from 2004. This important exercise will be carried out in close collaboration with the people of Montréal, who will be called upon to define the city in which they wish to live for the next 30 years. The first stage of this new plan was unveiled in June 2021, with the City Project. Climate change, social and territorial equity, economic vitality and quality of life are at the core of Montrealers' concerns and are reflected in this City Project. Reimagining the city and defining its future is a rare opportunity. Projet Montréal will offer it to the people of Montréal by means of the urban development and mobility plan.
a. Through a process of co-creation with Montréal’s population, adopt a new urban development and mobility plan, which will allow for better planning of the city for the upcoming decades;
b. Continue to protect the elements that make Montréal a unique city, in particular the centrality of Mount Royal, our heritage, our quality of life, and the city’s francophone identity and cultural vitality;
c. Reduce inequities between neighbourhoods by designing revitalization plans for disadvantaged neighbourhoods, thus helping to reduce inequalities in the way residents are treated.