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Montreal's 10 most dangerous intersections

Here are the 10 riskiest intersections in Montreal for which no infrastructure changes are planned for now.

These 10 street corners have the most collisions resulting in death or serious injuries

Justine Charland St-Amour, 24, was killed after being hit by a truck on Aug. 22, 2016 at the corner of Rosemont Boulevard and Iberville Street. (Radio-Canada)

The City of Montreal is promising to make its roads safer for cyclists and pedestrians.

On Wednesday, city officials announced a new safety plan which includes:

  • examining the possibility of a 30-km/h speed limit in residential neighbourhoods and in front of schools.
  • revising where trucks are allowed and aren't allowed in the city, as well as delivery zones, hours and limits on truck sizes.
  • a pilot project adding more four-way stops to slow traffic.
  • installation of priority lights for cyclists at some intersections.

The city will also track where accidents occur most frequently. Currently, it has a list of the 10 most dangerous intersections – the locations where collisions result in the highest number of fatalities or serious injuries.

Here are the 10 riskiest intersections for which no infrastructure changes are planned in the short term.

Had a close call at one of these intersections? Write webquebec@cbc.ca

1. Crémazie Blvd. West / St-Laurent Blvd.

The corner of Crémazie West and St. Laurent Blvd. (Google Maps)

2. Mont Royal Ave. / St-Denis St.

Mont Royal Avenue at St-Denis Street. (Google Maps)

3. Jarry St. / Lacordaire Blvd.

This is the corner of Jarry Street and Lacordaire Boulevard in the borough of St. Leonard. (Google Maps)

4. Jean Talon St. / Provencher Blvd.

The intersection of Jean-Talon Street and Provencher Blvd. (Google Maps)

5. Galeries d'Anjou Blvd. / St-Zotique St.

The intersection of Galeries d'Anjou Blvd. and St-Zotique Street is in Anjou. (Google Maps)

6. Parc Ave. / St-Viateur St.

The corner of Parc Avenue and St-Viateur Street, is in the borough of the Plateau-Mont-Royal. (Google Maps)

7. De Maisonneuve St. / Berri St.

The intersection of De Maisonneuve and Berri streets is a busy one for cyclists. (Google Maps)

8. De la Montagne St. / St-Jacques St.

This is the cornr of de la Montagne and St-Jacques streets. (Google Maps)

9. Dickson St. / Sherbrooke St. East

The intersection of Dickson Street and Sherbrooke Street East. (Google Maps)

10. Henri-Bourassa Blvd. East / Christophe-Colomb Ave.

This is the corner of Henri-Bourassa Blvd. East and Christophe-Colomb Ave. (Google Maps)

Had a close call at one of these intersections? Write webquebec@cbc.ca

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