The Quebec government has announced an investment of nearly $ 1.2 billion to improve road infrastructure in the Montreal area.
Some of the projects that have just been funded have already been announced, but new projects have been added to the film.
This work will inevitably lead to traffic jams, but everything will be done to limit the inconvenience to motorists, assured Chantal Rawley, Minister of Transport and Minister in charge of the Metropolis and Montreal area.
“We can say for sure that there will be obstacles and orange cones, but we have no other way to work,” she said. We have to meet the infrastructure management deficit. ”
The minister is counting on a company called Mobilite Montreal to maintain some fluidity in automobile traffic.
“A committee brings together the major clients who carry out their projects, and they look at how to coordinate work to avoid a completely blocked quadrangle or work on all bridges at the same time. Example”, suggests MTo me Roller.
“I asked Mobility to review Montreal from top to bottom to improve its efficiency.”
In particular, work has been announced to follow recommendations from the Coroner’s Office to secure the area for Highway 13 in the Dorval Tunnel.
Other projects that motorists should plan for in the coming months are:
Reconstruction of the concrete road east of Highway 40, between the Boulevards des Anciens-Combatants, Saint-Anne-de-Bellev, and Saint-Charles in Kirkland
Reconstruction of the Boulevard des Galleries-D’Anjou overpass on Highway 40
Major repair of the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel between Montreal and Longjouil
Repair of Ileville-Marie and Viger tunnels
Repair of Pont Pi-IX (Route 125) between Montreal and Laval
Repair of overpasses at the interchange of Aut Autorout 20 and Route 138 (Saint-Pierre Interchange)
Repair of overpasses at Highway 20 and the interchange of Boulevard des Sources (Sources Interchange)
Repair of the Île-aux-Tourtes bridge over the Ott Ottawa River.
When announcing the investments on Wednesday morning, Minister Chantal Rowley and her colleague, Transport Minister Franకోois Bonnardell, insisted that the projects would have significant financial benefits by contributing to the management of more than half a million direct and indirect jobs across Quebec.