Active Mobility Project

Promoting active mobility for a healthier and more sustainable community

Active mobility is on the rise, with a growing number of people opting to cycle, walk or even use an kick scooter to get around. In line with this trend, the Town of Rosemère is committed to developing and improving the network of bike and multiuse paths within the community.


Responsive to our residents

During public consultations on Rosemère’s urban vision from 2018 to 2020, residents indicated they were on board with plans to make active transportation a priority.

Based on this input, the Town is putting its Active Mobility Project in place. The initiative aims to address the needs of the public while meeting Rosemère’s commitments in terms of protecting the environment and fostering sustainable development.



Learn more about Rosemère’s Active Mobility Project


Wath the mayor’s announcement


See the press release


Sustainable development and healthier living

The Activity Mobility Project will help strengthen the existing infrastructure and help promote a healthier lifestyle. By making it easier for people to embrace active transportation, we will also be doing our part to curb greenhouse gas emissions and reduce traffic congestion in several key areas.

Walking, running, biking, kick scootering and other forms of human-powered transport to cover short distances are decisive ways to fight climate change and meet the Town’s sustainability-minded goals.


An integrated, multifaceted project to be carried out in stages

The Active Mobility Project will be implemented progressively:

Multiuse bike paths

on Labelle Boulevard

Other bike path–related initiatives

Fall 2023:

Technical survey of Labelle Boulevard. (Note that work along this road will be divided into three phases.)

Work on Île Bélair Bridge (2024)

(Project to be carried out by the Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable.)

2025: Development of plans and specifications, and preparation of Phase1 to integrate multiuse paths along Labelle Boulevard.

Linking of existing bike paths (2025)

Bike path crossing the Autoroute640 underpass connecting Roland-Durand and René-A.-Robert Boulevards.

(Work to be done in partnership with the Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable and the City of Sainte-Thérèse.)

Phase1 (2026–2027)

Work along Labelle Boulevard, between Marius-Dufresne Bridge and Grande-Côte Road.

Pineridge sector (dates TBD)

Linking of Rosemère and Blainville’s bike paths (via Montée Lesage).

(Project in partnership with the Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable.)

Phase2 (2027–2028)

Work along Labelle Boulevard, between Grande-Côte Road and Du Parc Street.

Phase3 (2028–2033)

Work along Labelle Boulevard, between Du Parc Street and Autoroute640.




Multiuse bike paths

on Grande-Côte Road

Subsequent phase (TBD)









What’s happening

  • Citizens' Day
  • Safe use of electrical scooters
  • Strategic plan
  • Rosemère in Bloom
  • Residential Swimming Pool Safety Regulation