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Work on Rue D’Iberville: News and impacts

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.

Work on Rue Saint-Antoine Ouest: Updates and impacts

The water main reconstruction work on Rue Saint-Antoine may affect your daily life. Here is what you need to know.

Changes to traffic lights

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 project

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.

Snow removal and street parking in Pierrefonds-Roxboro during wintertime

Our teams are busy clearing snow from the streets, pavements and bike paths of the borough. Help them improve their speed and efficiency! Whatever the nature of the operation, we always need your cooperation. Find out more about our winter operations!

Snow removal in Saint-Laurent

Our road crews are busy clearing snow from Saint-Laurent’s streets, sidewalks and bike pathsSo, what happens during a snow removal operation in Saint-Laurent?

Discover the universe of snow removal in Montréal with Stéphane Bellavance

Snow, ice, rain, black ice: snow removal in Montréal is a galactic challenge. Stéphane Bellavance takes you on a voyage to find out how Montréal’s teams successfully complete their mission of clearing snow from the 10,000 km of streets and sidewalks despite the obstacles and vagaries of the weather.

Snow Clearing in Lachine

When the snowflakes return, our crews move into action to make your streets, sidewalks and bike paths safe and passable. Here’s how you can contribute to the success of snow clearance operations.

Montréal – Resident Services app

Use our app to request city services online.

Keeping traffic flowing during construction

Each year, Montréal and its boroughs operate more than 500 construction sites. They are a real challenge for road traffic. The solution is proper planning and effective communication to ensure that everyone can remain mobile during construction.