Health corridors

Health corridors In the context of the fight against COVID-19, the agglomeration of Montreal quickly redesigned public space to promote active and safe travel. The objective: to allow people to move around actively while respecting the physical distance instructions prescribed by the Public Health Department. This data set locates the ESTABLISHED health corridors as well as the PLANNED active and safe routes as reported by the boroughs and linked cities of the Agglomeration. The active and safe routes are presented as announced during the announcement on May 15, 2020. *Note: * This data is an image of corridors established and planned __as of May 21, 2020__, some changes made on the ground are not reflected in this set. For any additional information on the COVID-19 crisis, please consult the [dedicated section on the City of Montreal's website] (https://montreal.ca/articles/covid-19-etat-des-lieux-et-des-services-municipaux-5013).**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).** 2024-04-04 Government and Municipalities of Québec donneesouvertes@montreal.ca Form DescriptorsNature and EnvironmentScience and Technology Health corridorsGEOJSON https://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/06058968-c787-43d9-bf06-96b1f7467a81/resource/e35f0625-6d2e-4f4d-a989-cf174c75fe24/download/corridors_sanitaires.geojson Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTML https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/06058968-c787-43d9-bf06-96b1f7467a81 Health corridorsSHP https://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/06058968-c787-43d9-bf06-96b1f7467a81/resource/73e03933-8556-44e9-ae3b-2bb3cc18f96b/download/corridors_sanitaires.zip

In the context of the fight against COVID-19, the agglomeration of Montreal quickly redesigned public space to promote active and safe travel. The objective: to allow people to move around actively while respecting the physical distance instructions prescribed by the Public Health Department. This data set locates the ESTABLISHED health corridors as well as the PLANNED active and safe routes as reported by the boroughs and linked cities of the Agglomeration. The active and safe routes are presented as announced during the announcement on May 15, 2020. *Note: * This data is an image of corridors established and planned as of May 21, 2020, some changes made on the ground are not reflected in this set. For any additional information on the COVID-19 crisis, please consult the [dedicated section on the City of Montreal's website] (https://montreal.ca/articles/covid-19-etat-des-lieux-et-des-services-municipaux-5013).This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).

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