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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.
As many as 19 Uber cars have been seized this week in sting operations, and some drivers have received fines of $7,500 and more.
Taxi drivers and owners went to court Thursday to get an injunction against the provincial government and Uber.
The City of Montreal is planning to adopt a Swedish model road policy that aims to eliminate fatalities and serious injuries due to traffic collisions.
The Met will be closed during the lunch hour on Wednesday and Thursday while crews inspect the roadway at the site of a deadly crash.
Members of the taxi industry will be heading to court to block Uber from operating in Quebec.
Public health experts are raising questions about the air quality in neighbourhoods near the Turcot Interchange project - and not receiving many answers.
Groups representing taxi drivers are turning up the pressure on the Quebec government over the deal it reached with Uber.
Displeased by the Quebec government’s recent deal with Uber, hundreds of taxi drivers turned up at the Port of Montreal on Saturday to protest.
Motorists leaving the island, be warned: the Champlain Bridge heading to the South Shore is closed this weekend due to construction..
More roadwork is coming to St. Henri as work will soon begin on a stretch of Notre-Dame St. between Atwater and St. Augustin.
Major work will take place next week on the Jacques Cartier Bridge and the Bonaventure Expressway.
The demolition of a section of the Bonaventure Expressway has led to more road closures over the weekend.
Some NDG residents are unhappy with recent roadwork, saying the borough waited too long to warnm them a one-way street was being temporarily allowing traffic in both directions.
Exit 2 of the Bonaventure Expressway towards Pierre-Dupuy Ave. will be closed on the weekend of Aug. 26 and 27 as repairs are conducted on the exit’s pavement.
The planned route for the Caisse de Depot's light rail system for Montreal and suburbs will require the expropriation of up to 30 homes.
Veteran politician Laurent Lessard will replace Jacques Daoust as transport minister, while Luc Blanchette will take over Lessard's duties as minister of forests, wildlife and parks.
Major roadwork will continue on Montreal's highways and bridges this autumn, but Transport Quebec is giving more money to public transit in an effort to ease congestion.
Work is being done to the infrastructure along Rolland and Stephens Sts. between Monteith and Beurling Sts. – but has stopped for the construction holiday and the site has been left in a mess.
One lane of the Jacques Cartier Bridge will be closed for the next two weeks, while coming into Montreal via the Bonaventure Expressway will be difficult for the rest of the month.
The span should be fully open to traffic by Aug. 21
Commuters looking to get on or off the island via the Jacques Cartier Bridge have found themselves trafficking in frustration as three different construction projects have caused major delays.
Cherrier St. westbound will be permanently closed to motorists at Sherbrooke St. next month for safety reasons.
Tearing the overpasses down cost tax payers more than $5 million -- and the structures were only three years old.
Work on the Bonaventure Expressway means one lane will be closed for the next six months.
In the meantime, crews will also be repaving Pierre Dupuy Ave. and Mill Rd. (Chemin Des Moulins).
The Decarie Expressway will be mostly closed again this weekend as crews continue to demolish the St. Jacques St. Bridge.
"Operation Orange" focuses on drivers who speed through the province's many highway construction zones.
Quebec is installing new photo radar and red light cameras at 15 locations throughout the province.
The demolition of the St. Jacques Bridge is a noisy piece of work that is disturbing many people who live near the Turcot Interchange.
At Montreal's main fire station crews are keeping a constant eye on traffic and planning alternate routes to avoid road closures.
For this weekend and next, every lane of the Decarie Expressway, along with multiple other ramps in the Turcot Interchange, will be closed from 10 p.m. Friday until 5 a.m. Monday.
The demolition will be complete by September, and crews will need an additional two months to build a new street level ramp to and from the elevated, federally-maintained Expressway.
With work on the Guy St. Exit from the Ville Marie Expressway complete, Transport Quebec is now ready to close the Atwater Exit.
Drivers are now legally obliged to steer clear of bicycles when passing.