6 thoughts on “Camions interdit

  1. mare

    The residential street I live in also had a sign “forbidden for trucks”. But it is the easiest access road to one of the city’s public works buildings. So a lot of big trucks and back hoes with the Ville de Montreal logo on it pass everyday, and cause potholes, noise and stink.

    About a year ago, while they changed the traffic lights, “someone” just removed the sign. That solved it.

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  2. Jean Naimard

    Aw comeon, can’t you see the truck is not delivering but picking up stuff???
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    My mother-in-law (she’s really nice! No, really! I’m serious!!!) lives on a small street in St-Henri just off the Atwater tunnel. Every odd week or so, a truck seems to see the tunnel, and knowing he should not cross the tunnel, panics and turns on the small street, only to be blocked several blocks later when the street veers shaply. Ensues thirty minutes of hilarity as the truck either tries to turn the corner or back-up to a more manageable intersection…

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  3. Homer

    Impressive work. I have decided to walk around with my digicam now and take pictures of cyclist ignoring, well… pretty much very single rule every made.

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  4. JoLalo

    OKK, là je comprends… Le camion est dans l’entrée du Loblaws, de l’autre côté du stationnement de l’AMT, pas sur du Trianon…

    Effectivement, le coin à tourner est tight hehehe

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  5. Jean Naimard

    I have decided to walk around with my digicam now and take pictures of cyclist ignoring, well… pretty much very single rule every made.

    Where did you buy your unlimited-capacity memory card??? I want one too!!!

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