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The STM is taking disciplinary action against bus drivers who staged a wildcat strike during rush hour last week.
From Friday evening until Monday morning, Route 136 will be closed from the Turcot Interchange to Notre Dame St. entrance east of Peel St.
The Caisse de Depot is cementing its plans to build a light-rail network throughout the Montreal area by saying it will connect to the metro system at three locations.
Traffic in Montreal is a challenge. Traffic analyst Rick Leckner sits on Montreal traffic committee.
Commuters are getting fed up after three days of significant delays on the metro system in one week.
The closing of two major access ramps to the Turcot Interchange on Friday night and Saturday caused plenty of headaches for Montreal's drivers, a situation that could continue for the forseeable future.
Train service will resume Thursday on the Candiac-Montreal line following a day-long protest by Mohawk supporters.
The contractor in charge of the Turcot Interchange says about 30 percent of the work is done, and the project is on track to finish in September 2020.
Years into the work taking place for the Turcot Interchange, Frank Berdah has now laid off all the full-time employees at his upholstery business.
Montreal is putting 40 kilometres of busy streets under photo radar surveillance.
The plan will aim to improve the roads and water infrastructure, with a massive increase in spending, up $1.15 billion – or 22 per cent – compared to last year's budget of $5.24 billion.
Montrealers have had to stomach a lot of roadwork over the past few years -- but that may have just been the appetizer for the main course.
Construction around McGill University has made the campus virtually inaccessible for students in wheelchairs, says one law student.
Sherbrooke St. is closed between Mackay St. and De La Montagne St. until at least Monday Oct. 24.
Because of the heavy rain in the forecast, some work scheduled for this weekend is being postponed or cancelled.
An overpass that was built last year in Verdun is being demolished because it doesn't match the updated plans for the Champlain Bridge and Highway 15.
Part of the work to build the replacement for the Ville Marie Expressway means once again closing Greene Ave.
Drivers who take the Mercier Bridge on their way to downtown Montreal will face a new delay as of Tuesday morning.
Germain Belzile of the Montreal Economic Institute believes the STM could save money if it was privatized
People counting on public transit to get them downtown on time were sorely disappointed Monday morning.
Drivers looking to take Highway 20 East to get downtown on Saturday night, find another way.
Montreal threw a party underground Friday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the metro system.
Groups representing people with mobility disabilities are not completely satisfied with this week's announcement that more metro stations will be retrofitted with elevators.
West Islanders looking to come downtown any time in the next two years, get ready for some gridlock.
The city of Montreal plans to have 31 wheelchair-accessible metro stations by 2022.
The president of the bus drivers' union, Renato Carlone, said drivers are now facing a daily barrage of insults from angry passengers.
Beginning on Monday, heavy trucks are no longer permitted on the Champlain Bridge after it was revealed that major construction projects are weakening the roadway.
Construction crews will dismantle what remains of the St. Jacques Bridge and tear down paralumes over the Ville Marie Tunnel throughout Thanksgiving weekend.
The borough of Cote des Neiges/Notre Dame de Grace is planning more roadwork for the next two months -- because work done this summer came in under budget.
With maintenance work on the aging Champlain Bridge taking place on a regular basis, the bridge authority has decided to ban overweight trucks from the bridge.
Transportation Minister Laurent Lessard confirmed Friday something Transport Quebec quietly announced last week.
The closure of Highway 15 begins at the Turcot Interchange.
The ongoing work on the Jacques Cartier Bridge will force the closure of a section of René Levesque Blvd. for six nights the week of Oct. 2.
The sidewalk on the Jacques Cartier Bridge will be closing on Monday and will only reopen in the spring.
The common refrain has surfaced again: motorists, beware of traffic this weekend.
Transport Quebec will start dismantling Highway 720 East in November.
Two of the city's car-sharing services are denouncing way the city of Montreal is handling their industry.
The number of people caught texting and driving last year was the lowest it has been since the province started fining drivers in 2008.
Major construction work begins Friday on the Melocheville Tunnel that connects Beauharnois to Valleyfield.
For the second time this month, one side of the Champlain Bridge will be closed for the weekend.