Browse through the sections below to learn more about the different infrastructures
and sustainable mobility services available in the territory. Also, find out how you can
take action on mobility.

Choose your mode of transportation and plan your trips

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Public Transportation

Metro, train, bus... the District Central is served by several public transit lines.

Active Transportation

Active transportation is an increasingly popular way to get around town, starting with cycling. Discover our many available resources!


Carsharing is gaining in popularity and allows you to share a car with other citizens for your daily trips. Discover our available options!


If you use a car to get around, avoid driving in circles looking for parking. Check for availability – or even reserve your spot before you leave.

Safety and Sharing the Road

To ensure the safety of all and to optimize your travel experience, several tools are available to you.

Taking Action for Mobility

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Mobility Committee - SDC District Central

Accessibility and mobility in the neighbourhood can be experienced differently by different types of users. To reflect these realities, the Committee is composed of business leaders, employees, property owners and mobility experts. Its role: to recommend and support the SDC in the realization of innovative projects.

Mobility Guides and Resources

Want an overview of what you can do to encourage your employees to use sustainable modes of transportation? Follow the links below to take action!

GHG Calculator

Calculate your greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with this online tool.

MOBA Services

MOBA, a service of Excellence Industrielle, is one of three commuter management centres (CGD) in the metropolitan area, along with Voyagez Futé and CGDEML.

MOBA helps various organizations of all sizes optimize their travel needs and sustainable mobility issues.

Défi sans auto solo

Défi sans auto solo, a friendly competition between Quebec companies and institutions, is a way to raise awareness among employees, students and citizens of the province on the use of sustainable transportation.


The Réglement’action platform of the Conseil régional de l’environnement de Montréal (CRE-Montréal) provides an overview of municipal regulations. Its goal: to facilitate the reflection and adoption of new regulations by municipalities to support their ecological transition.

Cycling Workshops and Courses

Here are some cycling tips for your bike commute, from in-house maintenance to specialized classes.

New Bike Path in the District Central

As part of the LTP, the borough of Ahuntsic- Cartierville will be adding a bike path in the District Central.

Plan and Policies

Many planning documents provide a framework for sustainable mobility. You will find below the plans for the borough and the Greater Montreal area.