Montreal mayoral candidate Denise Codre announced her intentions to cover the Decari and Ville-Marie highways at a press conference Sunday morning.
In the company of Lionel Perez and Alan D’Souza, candidates for the Cte d’Ivoire-Notre-Dame-de-Grace and Saint-Laurent mayor, Mr. Coder announced that he would study the possibilities of restoring both his administration. Roads.
Mr Coder wants to include two projects in the Quebec Infrastructure Plan (PQI).
“We ‘ve been talking about covering the Decary Highway for 50 years and no one has yet taken the time to order a detailed and ingenious feasibility study with a budget and a project implementation schedule,” said mayoral candidate Lionel Perez. Cటేte-des-Niges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace and collective Montreal parliamentary leader.
The recovery project is currently worth $ 700 million and several lanes have been cut in the Boulevard decor. Traffic will be reduced to two lanes on each side to allow safe access to Montreal Park.
With Decary Recovery, the ensemble has drawn up plans to create a new town park with outdoor sports facilities from Queen Mary Road to Cote d’Ivoire-Catherine Road.
While on the Ville-Marie side, the Codre team plans to create four hectares of open space from Rou Sangunit to Boulevard Saint-Laurent. It is the largest such place in the metropolis. Recovery will make it possible to expand the health district where Palais des Congress and CHUM are located.
“We are going to address two urban spots, the Decari and the Ville-Marie highways, so that this city is beautiful and pleasing to all, and ensures a connection between all citizens,” Mr. Codre announced at a news conference Sunday.
“We took the first step by covering a section of 125 meters in addition to the work of creating the Place des Montrealies in the frame of 375.E It’s Montreal anniversary and we will continue to work in this direction, ”said the conductor of Ensemble Montreal.
The restoration project is valued at $ 400 million.
Project Montreal responds
Candidate Valerie Plante’s party responded to the statement and used the opportunity to recall her intention to “repair the urban stains, such as the repair of the Metropolitan Highway and the expansion of the Palais des Congress.”
“Collective Montreal’s proposal is very fetal. In short, we’re talking about a study, see how much it costs, and then ask Quebec to pay. This is a project that will not be implemented tomorrow morning,” the project Montreal said in an email.
“The race track development project will also allow us to study the pilot project for the restoration of the Decary Highway,” Ms Plante’s party continued.