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They say their quality of life has diminished, especially in the past year, and feel that no one with authority is listening to their complaints.
From 10 p.m. Friday June 24 until 5 a.m. Monday June 27, only two lanes will be open in each direction.
A decade after it was first announced, work on the federal portion of the Mercier Bridge is coming to an end.
The westbound lanes will be closed at Exit 63, and all traffic will be forced off the highway onto the ramp heading toward the Mercier Bridge.
The demolition of the St. Jacques St. bridge over the Decarie Expressway is finally going to begin, four years after it was first announced and more than three years after it was supposed to take place.
On Monday June 20, sections of Sherbrooke St., Doctor Penfield Ave., and McTavish St. will be closed to traffic.
Highway 520 is getting a makeover this summer, meaning detours for nighttime motorists.
Parts of the Turcot Interchange will be closed, as will a section of Highway 30 in Boucherville.
Quebec's largest pension fund manager, La Caisse de depot et placement, and a provincial investment agency recently provided $12.8 million to support the deployment.
The group Destination Centre-Ville is calling on the city and the province to speed up road repairs by having work continue later into the night.
One more summer of closures as crews replace the bridge deck, with only one lane open in each direction from June unil August.
Just in case you thought there were not enough roads closed in Montreal, a heavily-used highway exit is now closed.
A number of roads, ramps and bridges will be closed this weekend because of road construction and the annual Tour de L’ile.
The STM confirms that of the 220 bus routes, about 140 are affected by construction.
Patients at a clinic in NDG say they are having difficulty accessing the building thanks to road work in the area.
Projet Montreal is speaking out against what they say is the wasteful overtime of having police officers direct traffic.
St. Jacques St. just south of the superhospital will be closed from 11 p.m. Friday June 3 until 5 a.m. on Monday June 6.
After 18 months without a fare increase, the STM is hiking rates as of July 1.
Next week some very noisy work will begin on the Jacques Cartier Bridge and last for the next year.
Construction crews will spend the final weekend in May getting ready to tear down the St. Jacques St. bridge over the Decarie Expressway.
Montreal police are investigating bones discovered at the Turcot Interchange dig.
The limited access to Notre Dame St. underneath the Turcot Interchange closes Wednesday and will remain closed until the end of the summer.
There's a new construction site affecting commuters in Pointe Claire.
On top of many road closures this weekend, the Decarie Expressway south will be closed from Jean Talon St. to Cote-St.-Luc Rd. overnight Sunday – not for repairs, but to film a movie.
Hotel de Ville between Viger and Saint Antoine closed on Thursday and will only reopen in November 2017.
Montrealers looking to use two of the city’s major tunnels are in for a disappointment this weekend.
Part of the Decarie Expressway will be closed for two nights over the next two weeks as a film shoot takes place.
Drivers heading to the Old Port beware, the Ville Marie will be closed for part of the weekend.
Work has stopped at about half of the city of Montreal's construction sites as municipal engineers go on strike.
Months’ worth of road work on Rene-Levesque Blvd. has begun, causing delays and detours.
If you're using the Jacques Cartier Bridge to get to Ile Ste. Helene this weekend, you'll face detours.
After eight years of decline, the number of people who died on Quebec's highways increased in 2015.
As plans for a new light rail line are beginning to take shape, they are also creating concerns that some of the city's history might have to be sacrificed in the process.
Montreal is pushing ahead with its plan to install 1,000 charging stations for electic cars in Montreal, but the plan is making a lot of people upset.
The third-largest city in Quebec will implement several plans to make buses move faster.
This weekend is the second major construction blitz of the summer on the Champlain Bridge.
CAA-Quebec has named a road in the Gaspé as the worst in the province.
After seven years, work has finally resumed on an elevated highway linking Trudeau airport with Highway 20.
After a break for winter, work on the Ile-Aux-Tourtes bridge will begin again on Monday.
Quebec Transport Minister Jacques Daoust says changes are coming to the Highway Safety Code in order to protect cyclists.