The LED lighting used on Montréal streets offers better visibility than traditional sodium lighting. In addition to being safer, it delivers significant energy and cost savings.
Did you know that Montréal has 132,000 street lights? After decades of use, they are reaching the end of their useful life. The city is presently converting all its street lighting to LED technology. This is one of the largest projects of its kind in North America.
Work to replace street lights with LED lighting could impact your daily routine. Here’s everything you need to know.
The city performs an annual inspection of fire hydrants within its limits in order to ensure that they meet safety standards. These tests can cause water pressure to drop and tap water to become temporarily discoloured.
The city is undertaking a pilot project for automated electric shuttles in the Plaza Saint-Hubert area on Rue Saint-Hubert and Rue Saint-André. The project will have two phases. The first will take place this fall and the second in summer 2022.
Is your tap water discoloured? Is it yellow, brown, grey or red (rust-coloured)? Normally this situation won’t last long and it is easy to eliminate by following a few steps before consuming the water.
Infrastructure work on Rue D’Iberville, between Rue Jean-Talon and Rue Bélanger, could have an impact on your daily life. Here’s what you need to know.
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.
Infrastructure work on Boulevard Grande Allée between Rue Fleury and Boulevard Henri-Bourassa as well as on Rue Prieur between Boulevard Grande Allée and Rue Clark may impact your daily life. Find out what you need to know.
Reserved lanes, which feature a diamond-shaped symbol, are for buses and taxis. Their purpose is to reduce traffic. However, bikes are allowed on some of them.
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