“The lots located on 6e, 7e and 8e Avenues, between Rue Dandurand and Rue Masson, were showing pavement, drainage and foundation problems. We had to restore them so that we could offer our customers adequate parking. We also made every effort to comply with the requirements of the Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie Borough’s heat island reduction by-law,” explained Jean-François Poisson, Director of Operations at Stationnement de Montréal.

“In October, we will develop the south axis of the lots by adding several trees, conifers and perennials. This greening initiative seeks to reduce the greenhouse effect while considerably increasing the shade on the lots on sunny summer days,” Mr. Poisson concluded.

Since Stationnement de Montréal places a high value on the environment, the organization intends to continue in this direction for the future rehabilitation of its lots in Montréal.

About Stationnement de Montréal
Since its creation in 1995, the Société en commandite Stationnement de Montréal has been a major player in the development of operational solutions for urban travel. Originally founded to ensure the optimal management of municipal paid on-street and off-street parking, the Société was quickly recognized for its innovation, its advantageous use of cutting-edge technologies and the harmonious integration of its installations into the urban landscape.

Information:
Sophie Charette
Assistant Director – Communications
514-868-3795
www.statdemtl.qc.ca

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