Sainte-Catherine Ouest project: Work in progress

Last updated July 12, 2021
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Phase 1 of the Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest project is maintaining its momentum. Landscaping work on public spaces and upgrades to infrastructure continue to transform this major commercial artery.

Work notices

Current work projects may have an impact on your daily life. Here is what you need to know about current work site activity, its impacts and the alternative measures offered by Montréal.

    Work calendar

    Lot 1A: between De Bleury and Robert-Bourassa

    • Reconstruction of underground infrastructures: March 2019 to November 2019
    • Winter break
    • Work on roads and sidewalks: May 2020 to - November 2020.
    • End of work operations.

    Lot 1B: between Robert Bourassa and Mansfield

    • Reconstruction of underground infrastructures: May 2020 to December 2020
    • Winter break
    • Work on roads and sidewalks : May 2021 - end of 2021.

    Lot 2A: Square Phillips - decontamination of the old public toilets

    • Work operations in 2019

    Lot 2D: Square Phillips and Avenue Union

    • Underground infrastructures and park redesign: October 2020 - end of summer of 2022.

    Lot 2E: Place du Frère-André and adjacent streets

    • Work operations will begin in 2025

    Work progress and day-to-day impacts

    View the work notices to see the most recent information provided to the public.

    Your travel during the work

    • To complete these projects, partial and complete street closures will be required, in co-ordination with the different work phases. For all details on the work phases, view the works notice to residents and the traffic map and commercial delivery zones.
    • Pedestrian access to residences and businesses will be maintained at all times. Work managers will closely collaborate with businesses and institutions to minimize the temporary obstructions of their buildings and the impacts on their day-to-day activities.

    About 20 different partners are working together to reduce the impacts of the road and transit projects on traffic. View the English version of the mobilitemontreal.ca website to plan your trips.

    Parking around work sites

    You can use the P$ Montréal Centre-Ville mobile application developed by the agence de Mobilité durable in collaboration with Montréal. This application is designed to make things easier for motorists and respond to parking issues, in particular during work projects