Rue Gilford in the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough will be revitalized between Rue Mentana and Avenue Papineau. Plans include replacing underground infrastructure, roadway and lighting, as well as lead water supply pipes.
Boulevard Henri-Bourassa is being rebuilt. This project, which covers 1.5 km, aims to make the boulevard greener and more pedestrian and cyclist friendly.
The travel structures underneath and around the Canadian National (CN) railroad tracks will be rebuilt starting in spring 2022.
The city is building water mains to improve and secure drinking water supply to the western part of the island of Montréal. This project will be carried out over a 10-year period.
Soon, it will be possible to eliminate almost all viruses, bacteria and pharmaceutical products from wastewater treated at the Jean-R.-Marcotte treatment station. Learn more about the largest ozonation unit in the world that is being built.
The city will be performing roadwork, installing upgraded street lights and replacing traffic lights on Rue Frontenac, between Rue Ontario and Rue Sherbrooke Est. The road will also be resurfaced between Rue Notre-Dame Est and Rue Ontario.
The construction of the new bridge may impact your daily activities. What you need to know.
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.
Montréal is taking action on traffic lights at a rate of some 300 intersections per year. These work operations are required to maintain and improve infrastructures and the different functions of traffic lights.
Rue De Champlain in Ville-Marie will be redeveloped between Rue Sherbrooke Est and Rue La Fontaine. The planned work includes the rebuilding of underground infrastructures and surface upgrading of Rue De Champlain.
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