Rue Saint-Grégoire and Rue De Brébeuf: redevelopment projects

Last updated August 11, 2021
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Alongside Parc Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier, in the heart of Plateau-Mont-Royal, Rue Saint-Grégoire and Rue De Brébeuf are getting a facelift. On the menu: a sustainable design offering pedestrians and cyclists a safe and enjoyable environment.

Learn all about this project

When?

July 2019 to July 2021

Where?

Main streets
  • Rue Saint-Grégoire, between rue Saint-Denis and l’avenue Papineau
  • Rue De Brébeuf, between avenue Laurier and rue Saint-Grégoire
Secondary streets
  • Rue Berri
  • Rue Saint-Hubert
  • Rue de Mentana
  • Avenue Christophe-Colomb
  • Rue De La Roche
  • Rue Fabre

What?

Rebuild municipal infrastructures and refresh the streets’ surface design.

Rue Saint-Grégoire

Redevelopment and beautification of the street.

  • Burying of aerial cables (electric power and telecommunications distribution networks).
  • Redevelopment and beautification of the street.
  • Reconstruction of sidewalks.
  • Rebuilding the pavement.
  • Upgrading the traffic lights to current standards.
  • Installation of new street lighting.
  • Rehabilitation and reconstruction of sewer and water pipes.
  • Refurbishment of urban technical networks (RTU) infrastructures.
Rue De Brébeuf
  • Reconstruction of the west sidewalk of Rue De Brébeuf, bordering Parc Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier.
  • Moving the bike path toward the street.
  • Levelling and paving of the bicycle path and the surface of Rue De Brébeuf.
  • Addition of traffic calming measures (lane width reductions and curb extensions).
  • Levelling and resurfacing of the bicycle path and the surface of Rue De Brébeuf.

Why?

  • Improve the quality of life for local residents by enhancing the pedestrian and cyclist experiences. 
  • Innovate with traffic calming measures.
  • Increase the number of green spaces and trees in the area.
  • Bury aerial wires on some segments.
  • Rebuild underground infrastructures and refresh the appearance of the area.

Progress of the work and daily impacts

The city is taking steps to minimize the impact of public works projects on your day-to-day life. Read our article to learn about all project progress and the most recent notices sent to area residents.