Located in Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, the Rue Sainte-Catherine Est project will replace a water line and rehabilitate sewers to allow for the redesign of surface elements.
Learn all about the projects
Until October 2022. A winter break is scheduled for December 2021 to February 2022.
- Rue Sainte-Catherine Est, between Avenue William-David and Rue Viau
- Rue Adam
- Avenue William-David
- Avenue Bennett
- Reconstruction of a secondary waterline, rehabilitation of sewer lines and upgrades to the road and sidewalks
- Replacement of lead water-service entries (residents and businesses involved will be contacted)
- Construction of vegetated curb extensions and creation of tree planting holes
- Underground infrastructure work by the Commission des services électriques de Montréal (CSEM) and Énergir
- Light posts and traffic signal work
Learn more about rehabilitation work
Installed in 1904, the secondary water line located below Rue Sainte-Catherine East is reaching the end of its useful life. The same is the case for the sewer lines below Rue Sainte-Catherine Est and Rue Adam, as well as for Avenue Bennett and Avenue William-David.
A new design to improve quality of life for residents
Work to modernize underground infrastructure provides Montréal with an opportunity to improve amenities and safety for pedestrians and cyclists in the district. Addition of a new array of urban furniture will make the artery more attractive so that it can become a meeting place.
- Creation of safe pedestrian routes
- Widening of sidewalks
- Planting of trees and other vegetation
- Calming of vehicular traffic
Several trees and a variety of other plants will be added after vegetated curb extensions are created. This will help green the intersections and reduce the heat island effect.
The narrowing of traffic lanes is designed to reduce car speeds, as well as improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
View the information session about the Rue Sainte-Catherine Est project (French)
Work progress and day-to-day impacts
Montréal is employing initiatives to minimize the impact of construction work on your daily life. View this article (in French) to see work progress and the most recent information provided to the public.