a. Through the urban development and mobility plan, adopt and integrate the concept of the 15-minute city as an organizing principle of urban development, so that Montrealers have access to everything that is essential to their lives (education, culture, shops, health care, etc.) within a 15-minute walk or public transit ride from their home;
b. Develop innovative financial solutions, through eco-taxation for example, to support the creation of new neighbourhoods, in order to take advantage of the increase in land value by investing these sums upstream in the development and establishment of collective infrastructure;
c. Promote intelligent densification and mixed-use neighbourhoods, particularly near job-rich areas, to facilitate active transportation and ensure their vitality;
d. Integrate green spaces into real estate development projects, such as enhanced pedestrian alleys and green alleys;
e. Acquire land ahead of time, such as through a land reserve, to allow for better planning and integration of collective projects and public services in new neighbourhoods;
f. Collaborate with relevant partners in the planning, construction and renovation of elementary and secondary schools.