Work underway in the Rue Frontenac area could have an impact on your daily life, particularly for travel. Find out what you need to know.
Work related to the major Aqueduc de l’Ouest project is underway in Pointe-Claire and Dorval. You can find the latest news about the project and what Montréal is doing to reduce impacts here.
A safe and universally accessible shuttle service will be offered free of charge at Plaza Saint-Hubert, between Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André. This pilot project will facilitate travel while reducing traffic congestion and greenhouse gas emissions (GHS).
Located in Montréal’s West Island, the Grand parc de l’Ouest spans more than 3,000 hectares, or about 30 km².
The city wants to increase the construction and preservation of affordable housing units in a sustainable manner. To do so, it needs to adopt new development tools and create new partnerships. This is the challenge Montréal is addressing with its partners in the Chantier Montréal abordable.
Montréal intends to make the future Namur-Hippodrome district a carbon-neutral community, focused on active transportation and transit, and including several large green spaces. During the next few years, 12,500 dwellings will be built.
Work currently underway at the intersection of Chemin Remembrance and Chemin Côte-des-Neiges could have an impact on your daily life, in particular for travel. Find out what you need to know.
To study the impact of urban development on heat, Montréal is installing stations to measure air temperature and humidity. These silent, non-hazardous stations look like white plates. They will collect data over the course of 10 summers.
This project includes a variety of elements, including work on sewer lines, water mains, roads, lampposts and traffic lights on Rue Hochelaga.
Work underway in the Rue De Champlain area could have an impact on your daily life, particularly for travel. Find out what you need to know.
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