Montréal is responsible for only 30% of the construction projects taking place within its territory. The purpose of all this work is to provide the population with a quality road network, sustainable water and sewer systems and an enjoyable neighbourhood.
A new bike path, park improvements and maintenance of street and traffic lights are examples of projects we do manage. Some of them last only one day, while others must be planned in phases and stretched over time.
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The city strives to minimize the impact of public works on residents’ daily lives. There are many ways you can track the progress of works in your district.
Work in Progress Notices
We distribute notices of works to residents and businesses near construction sites. For work that affects the water system, we also send out water interruption notices. Subscribe to the Notices and Alerts service to receive information by email or text message about various construction sites.
This tool allows you to locate all the major projects we have underway on Montréal’s road network, find out which roads are closed, and better plan your trips.
Projects directed by our partners
Most of the work that takes place in Montréal is managed by other public and private organizations.
Learn about our main partners involved in the telecommunications, electricity, gas and public transit networks:
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- Avenue des Pins project
- Avenue des Pins project: news and impacts
- Bike paths: A developing network
- Boulevard Laurentien and Rue Lachapelle: Redesign project
- Boulevard Marcel-Laurin: Rebuilding the passageway underneath the CN railroad
- Commercial streets: Essential and sustainable work
- Construction in parks:Creating spaces that are more inviting and more accessible
- Construction of the new Jacques-Bizard Bridge
- Construction on Boulevard Grande Allée: News and impacts
- Curb extensions: Crossing the street safely
- Dorval: Rebuilding of a stormwater sewer
- Griffintown district: Work underways
- Integrated projects: Achieving several objectives at once
- Keeping traffic flowing during construction
- Maintaining roads all year long
- McTavish pumping station: Refurbishment project
- Montréal’s construction sites charter: Working together for exemplary sites
- Ozone disinfection: Construction at the Jean-R.-Marcotte water treatment station
- Peel: Redesign work
- Project to design a family space at Parc La Fontaine
- Projet Aqueduc de l’Ouest : Building drinking water mains
- Redevelopment of the Champ-de-Mars district
- Redevelopment of the intersection of Chemins Remembrance and Côte-des-Neiges
- Rehabilitation work: Extending the lives of drinking water and sewer lines
- Retention basins: Limiting wastewater discharge
- Rosemont reservoir : last phase of construction work
- Rue Clark, Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Rue Saint Urbain: Water main repairs
- Rue Frontenac project
- Rue Grand Trunk: Water main replacements
- Rue Rhéaume: work at the pumping station
- Rue Sainte-Catherine and Rue Atateken: Rehabilitation of collector sewers
- Rue Sainte-Catherine Est: Work on water lines, sewers and roads
- Sainte-Catherine Ouest project: Work in progress
- The city’s mobility squad: Safety first and foremost
- The Darwin bridges: One of a kind in the world!
- Why does Montréal carry out so many construction projects each year?
- Why perform maintenance on the waterworks system?
- Work at the Jean-R.-Marcotte wastewater treatment plant: news and impacts
- Work on Avenue Chanteclerc: news and impact
- Work on collector sewers on Sainte-Catherine and Atateken: Updates and impacts
- Work on Rue D’Iberville: News and impacts
- Work on Rue Sainte-Catherine Est: news and impact