It’s well known that many of Montreal’s streets are split in two by a highway or railway or giant buildings. In many of these cases, the two unconnected streets are on the same “axis” and so keep the same name.
But this street is ridiculous, being split into eight unconnected pieces, all with the same name. The number gets larger if you include intersections that are offset slightly, looking like a pair of Ts more than a four-way cross.
Some parts go through affluent areas filled with detached houses with swimming pools. Others are row houses squeezed together. Still others go through industrial areas with no trees in sight.
What is this street’s name?
UPDATE: The answer is Ontario St., though give yourself a point anyway if you answered Jeanne-Mance St., which was the original basis for this question, but has one fewer split in it.