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The ramp that connects Highway 15 north to Highway 20 west is closing, and will remain closed until at least November as crews demolish the old ramp and build a new structure.
Over the next week police forces in and around Montreal will be ganging up on irresponsible drivers who will never see them coming.
The STM has rejected an advertisement for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal as being something that could incite violence.
The next major part of work in the Turcot Interchange begins Monday Sept. 25.
Major work will be taking place this weekend on the Turcot interchange, the St. Pierre interchange, and the Ville Marie Expressway, which will require the closure of multiple ramps and roadways.
The Jacques Cartier Bridge will be closed on Sunday morning for the Montreal marathon -- even if the full race will not be taking place.
The city of Montreal has removed a no-left-turn sign that had initially banned turns onto a one-way street, leaving people who work and live in the area puzzled about how they are supposed to get around..
Work on the Turcot Interchange continues, meaning several parts of the roadway are shut down this weekend.
The Vendome metro station is getting a makeover with a new vision toward accessibility and improving the flow of pedestrian traffic.
Construction will require the closure of multiple roadways in the Turcot project this weekend as crews lay the groundwork for the demolition of a major ramp.
A stretch of De Lorimier Ave. has been shut down in both directions after city workers discovered the ground was unstable.
The leaves will be changing colour and the motorists will be sitting in traffic this autumn, as Transport Quebec revealed numerous road closures scheduled for the season on Friday.
The price at the pump rose Thursday night in Montreal for a second time in three days, reaching an average of nearly $1.35 per litre of regular fuel by Friday morning.
The Mercier St. overpass leading to the southbound approach will closed as of Friday at 10 p.m. and is expected to reopen Monday at 5 a.m.
The City of Montreal is launching an ambitious new road safety plan focused on shared responsibility on the roads.
The ongoing construction on the Turcot Interchange is going to require the closure of a major ramp in the next few weeks.
The major obstacle to reaching Montreal on the final weekend of the month will be the Turcot Interchange as Route 136 will once again be closed.
Drivers heading west through the Ville Marie Tunnel on Tuesday may have been surprised to find one lane was closed.
On Monday morning the woman was walking east across the intersection on a green light, but did not make it all the way through before the light changed.
Construction crews will once again be closing the Ville Marie Expressway this weekend, while the Mercier Bridge will close.
Taxi companies and other stakeholders are asking the provincial government to standardize the rules for both taxis and Uber.
The SAAQ says the first half of the year was safer than average on Quebec roads.
More than two years after it was destroyed by a passing truck, a pedestrian overpass has finally been rebuilt over Highway 132.
Fund President and CEO Michael Sabia said if construction on Montreal's light rail system is to begin as scheduled in the fall, legislators have to adopt Bill 137 as soon as possible.
This weekend's largest construction problem in Montreal will be on Highway 20 East.
The operators of the privately-run Highway 25 toll bridge are being threatened with a class action lawsuit.
With Montreal’s streets a mess of construction and roadwork, overtime payments to police officers directing traffic have ballooned to $15 million over the last 18 months.
Twenty-two people died as a result of vehicle collisions on Quebec’s highways during the construction holidays, according to the Sureté du Quebec.
Transportation Quebec starts a brand new roadwork project on Monday that is projected to last until November.
The final weekend of the construction holiday will be chock-full of fun events where people on feet will take over the street. There will be plenty of construction too.
The family of the victim is calling for the driver to be severely punished.
According to police statistics, nearly 50 per cent of people struck by cars in Montreal are over 55 years of age.
Beginning Tuesday July 25, detours will be in place on the St-Pierre interchange, Highway 20 and Highway 136 Eastbound, as well as the Westbound 720.
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.