The 2011 Montreal TranspoCamp & Hackathon is an open forum (unconference) day that brings together:
By Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and deputy executive director of Equiterre
For several weeks now, the Montreal Metropolitan Community (MMC), which includes the island of Montreal, Laval, Longueuil and the North Shore, has been holding consultations on its first ever proposal for a land use and development plan (PMAD).
Some question whether Greater Montreal really needs a...
Boisbriand, October 13, 2011 – Equiterre presented a brief at a North Shore hearing on the MMC's proposed Metropolitan Land Use and Development Plan (PMAD), expressing concern that the plan, which is expected to come into effect in January 2012, does not do enough to (1) promote public transit and (2) protect farmland on the outskirts of our city.
Quebec City, May 12, 2011 - As part of the general consultation on the Sustainable Regional and Local Land Use Planning draft bill, Vivre en Ville, Equiterre, the Regroupement national des conseils régionaux de l’environnement (RNCREQ) and the David Suzuki Foundation are calling for a real reform of land management practices. The future law will guide land use and...
Equiterre and Vivre en Ville offer multiple solutions for land-use planning and passenger transport development in their new report, Changer de direction.*
Montreal, May 5, 2011 – Equiterre and Vivre en Ville present a forward-thinking vision for passenger transport and land-use planning as Quebec revisits such aspects of its transportation strategy as the Act respecting land use planning and development, the 2013-2020 Climate Change Action Plan and the strategy for the electrification of transport.
Last week, Montreal city council approved provincial plans to rebuild the Turcot interchange, the elevated roadway connecting Highways 15, 20 and 720 west of downtown.