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    The Fleuve-Montagne Promenade is a 3.8 km pedestrian route that allows Montrealers and visitors to discover emblematic places in Montreal. The walk traces the pedestrian link between the two natural icons of Montreal, the Saint Lawrence River to the south and Mount Royal to the north, to introduce walkers to iconic places located in the heart of Montreal. The data set shows the linear path as well as the point markers as presented in the [project mapping] (https://montreal.ca/articles/la-promenade-fleuve-montagne-24009).**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    Name bank dedicated to female representation to discover hundreds of women who have marked our history. Read the [process] (https://montreal.ca/toponymie/toponym-elles) that led to the name bank.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    The City of Montreal identified 350 green streets in 2019. A green alley is an alley that has been redeveloped by residents, with the assistance of a district or eco-neighborhood. The redevelopment of an alley can bring about changes in car traffic: complete, partial or seasonal closure. Arrangements can vary between excavating flower beds, installing various types of furniture and marking on the ground. The type of covering can vary between asphalt/concrete, gravel, gravel, vegetated, vegetated, plain pavement, honeycombed pavement, grass or a mixture of several of these elements. With the support of the Department of Coordination of Boroughs, the City of Montreal wanted to gather this information in order to inform citizens but also the services of its boroughs in order to publicize but also protect these developments.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    Location of free and paid parking lots available during snow removal operations. The data is also visible on the [Info-Neige MTL] application (https://montreal.ca/sujets/deneigement-des-trottoirs-et-des-rues).**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    This data set contains the sightings of coyotes documented by the City of Montreal since 2017. Most of this information comes from citizen observations that were reported to the City of Montreal. They are collected as part of the implementation of the City of Montreal's Coyote Management Plan, unveiled in 2018. Its objective is to promote coexistence with coyotes living in urban areas by focusing on public education, methods for modifying the behavior of coyotes and on targeted interventions aimed at aggressive animals to ensure the safety of the Montreal population.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    SAMPLING POINTS FOR THE QUALO program, shoreline water quality of the aquatic environment monitoring network.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    The Roads database includes an inventory of road assets (roadways, blocks, intersections, sidewalks, curbs) with a spatial representation and various attached information. Zone-type road assets represent regions located between other road assets and that are not part of the local or arterial road network. The areas are represented by polygons. Among the information associated with a zone-type object is the type of zone, etc. Related data is also available in separate sets on the portal: - [Road asset (complete database)] (/city-of-montreal/road-active) - [Roadway and intersection] - [Roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/ville-de-montreal/voirie-trottotointersection) - [Sidewalk and block] (/city-of-montreal/road-active) - [Roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection]) (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection] (/city-of-montreal/roadway and intersection]) (/city-of-montreal/roadway ir-island) __Warnings__ - The data released on road assets are those in the possession of the City's geomatics team and are not necessarily up to date throughout the country. - The data disseminated on road assets are provided for information purposes only and should not be used for the purposes of designing or carrying out works, or for the location of assets.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    The double geobase is presented as a projection of the geobase's filamentary network that approximately simulates the boundaries of sidewalks and curbs. The [geobase poles] (/city-of-montreal/geobase-pole), a punctual representation of the left and right sides of segmented sections of the road network, are also available on the portal. The [Snow Planner API] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/deneigement) refers to a static version of the double geobase data extracted at the beginning of the season. To monitor the changes made during the winter season, you can refer to the following data sets: [Geobase - section management] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/geobase-gestion-troncon) and [Geobase - destroyed sections] (https://donnees.montreal.ca/ville-de-montreal/geobase-troncon-detruit). Related data sets: - [Geobase - road network] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase) - [Geobase - poles] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase-pole) - [Geobase - destroyed sections] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase-troncon-detruit) - [Geobase - section management] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase-gestion-troncon) - [Geobase - nodes] () - [Geobase - nodes] (http://donnees.montreal.ca/dataset/geobase-noeud) () __Warnings__ - Broadcast data (Geobase - street sides of the road network) must be used in accordance with the policy and the open data license from the City of Montreal. - The data disseminated (Géobase - street sides of the road network) are those that are in our possession and are not necessarily up to date throughout the territory. - The data disseminated (Géobase - street sides of the road network) is provided for information purposes only and should not be used for the purposes of designing or carrying out the work, or for the purpose of locating assets. - The City of Montreal and the Geomatics Division cannot be held responsible for the inaccuracies or inaccuracies of the data disseminated (Géobase - street sides of the road network).**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    Polygons representing the land boundaries of Montreal Island.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

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    A set of data that geolocates traffic signs regulating on-street parking. Note that [road signs] (/city-of-montreal/traffic-signs) as well as other additional files that provide more details on sign codes are available in a separate set. The images and the visual catalog of all the panels are also available.**This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**