The City of Montreal identified 350 green lanes in 2019. A green alley is an alley that has been redeveloped by residents, with the assistance of a district or eco-district. The redevelopment of an alley can bring about changes to car traffic: complete, partial or seasonal closure. The layout can vary from excavation of beds, installation of various types of furniture and marking on the ground. The type of covering can vary between asphalt/concrete, gravel, vegetated, plain paved, honeycomb paved, grassed or a combination of several of these elements. With the support of the Service de la concertation des arrondissements, the City of Montreal wanted to gather this information in order to inform citizens but also the services of its arrondissements in order to publicize and protect these developments.
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