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The city of Montreal is removing eight Bixi stations because they're located on the roads being used for the electric car race next weekend.
Major work takes place over the next week on the Mercier Bridge and the Turcot Interchange
Approximately 150,000 construction workers are on vacation for the next two weeks -- along with tens of thousands of other Quebecers who take time off as well.
Tens of thousands of Quebecers are about to hit the highway during the annual construction holiday, and that means there’s be little rest for the Sureté du Quebec.
The Formula E race takes place on the final weekend in July, but the preparation work is causing plenty of problems for those who work and live in the area.
Three metro lines came to a halt Wednesday morning, with the STM asking for the assistance of first responders and other emergency crews.
Some residents of Nuns’ Island are hoping part of the plans to build the replacement for the Champlain Bridge can be redrawn to give them better access.
As of Monday, turned Rose-de-Lima St. into a one-way street northbound.
Nine months into a construction project that will last another three years, merchants on Bishop St. say the odds their businesses will survive are slim.
With texting drivers an ongoing hazard, a Montreal inventor thinks he has found the perfect solution to make roads safer.
Two exits on Highway 15 will be closed for the next three weeks.
A 41-year-old cyclist has been killed in a collision with a dump truck in Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie.
Drivers heading to or from Montreal this weekend will face substantial challenges using several routes.
Restaurateurs on Ontario St. were surprised to learn that they have to remove their terrasses during the upcoming Formula E race.
Less than three months into the job, Lacasse and the city have parted ways.
The Mercier Bridge will face a complete closure overnight Friday into Saturday morning for repair work.
Residents and commuters are looking at a month’s worth of disruptions as Montreal gets set to host its first Formula E event at the end of July.
Work begins Monday on the popular shopping thoroughfare, closing traffic starting at Décarie Blvd. and heading west until it reaches Grand Blvd. at the end of August
Major roadwork is coming to the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine Tunnel but authorities are promising it won’t start until other major projects are finished.
A collision near the Lafontaine Tunnel created a massive traffic jam early Monday afternoon.
The STM will be running extra buses and metro trains for the summer of 2017 -- and allowing some passengers to board some buses via the rear doors at some locations.
Drivers from St. Henri and Verdun who use Highway 15 North will face a new challenge starting Monday.
Work taking place the weekend of June 16 will close several lanes and ramps on the Turcot and St. Pierre interchanges.
The federal government is investing $1.28 billion into a major Montreal rail project that will connect the city to its suburbs and to Trudeau international airport.
Several weeks after they began their strike, provincial engineers are going back to work.
Despite being a promising project for cyclists and pedestrians, a proposed green overpass was yanked from the Turcot Interchange project as a cost-cutting measure.
Montreal's traffic co-ordinator says drivers may be stunned by the amount of work planned for the rest of the year.
Construction work taking place around the St. Pierre Interchange will force the closure of lanes on Highway 20 and ramps to and from Route 138 on several weekends in June.
Transport Quebec says overnight roadwork did not finish on time
Five years after the city of Montreal announced a plan to transform Blue Bonnets into a housing development, the project may finally be getting underway.
There's strength in numbers as thousands of bicyclists take to the streets for Montreal's annual bicycle festival.
The first weekend of June will be chockablock with construction projects in and around Montreal.
The law gives them a 1.8 percent pay increase but otherwise leaves all other aspects of their previous contract intact.
It was a day of angry rallies by construction union members day, who faced off with riot police outside of the National Assembly on Monday.
Quebec's striking construction workers will be forced back to work Wednesday due to special new legislation passed in the National Assembly very early Tuesday morning.
An alliance of construction trade unions broke off negotiations with a group representing employers on Sunday, saying it prefers to wait for the province to adopt back-to-work legislation.
On the third day of the province-wide construction strike, protests took place outside an annual golf tournament.
Negotiations resumed Thursday evening as a fourth conciliator is in place as 175,000 of Quebec’s construction workers are on strike.
A union alliance representing about 175,000 Quebec construction workers has launched an unlimited general strike, but the Labour Minister said it will end soon.
Quebec's labour minister is threatening to impose a special law in the event of a general strike in the province's construction industry.