Rue Durocher construction: News and impacts

Last updated February 18, 2022
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Infrastructure work on Rue Durocher between Rue Jean-Talon and Rue Jarry and on Avenue Bali between Avenue de L’Épée and Rue Durocher may have an impact on your daily life. Find out what you need to know.

The work consists of replacing drinking water and sewer mains, rebuilding the street and sidewalks and changing street lights.

This project has been coordinated with electrical work that the Commission des services électriques de Montréal (CSEM) has planned so that the same site is not affected multiple times.

When?

Through fall 2022.

Where?

Rue Durocher between Rue Jean-Talon and Rue Jarry and on Avenue Bali between Avenue de L’Épée and Rue Durocher. Keep an eye on construction notices to plan your travels accordingly.

What?

  • Removing asphalt/foundation and excavating.
  • Replacing drinking water and sewer mains.
  • Building the road and sidewalks.
  • Adding and expanding tree pits.
  • Building electrical utility tunnels and rebuilding manholes.
  • Street and traffic light work.
  • Building new traffic extensions.

Why?

Drinking water and sewer mains have reached the end of their lifespan. They must be replaced to avoid leaks and breakage.

We are taking advantage of the repair work to replace lead service lines.

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