Montreal’s road infrastructure is getting a $1.3 billion cash injection, provincial officials announced Monday, as repairs will be made on 81 different Montreal-area sites, including the Decarie, Dorval and Turcot interchanges over the next two years.

A reserved bus and taxi lane will also be installed on the stretch of Highway 20 East between Dorval and Lachine.

Highway 40 West will be repaired between St-Charles and the Ile-aux-Tourtes Bridge and major repairs will be made on the Mederic-Martin Bridge, which spans the Back River to Laval.

Cash will also be injected into fixing up the Laurentian autoroute between Montreal and Laval.

All but $200 million of the total sum will be spent on pre-existing roads.

The $1.3 billion earmarked for Montreal is part of a $5.6 billion road repair investment in the province.