Over the past several days, many drivers heeded the advice of Transport Quebec and avoided the Turcot Interchange, either finding other routes, taking public transportation, or avoiding travel altogether.
Work to take down a portion of the Highway 15 ramp in the Turcot Interchange begins Thursday night, ushering in one of the toughest weekends for Montreal drivers in some time. And we’re far from the end of the road when it comes to infrastructure projects.
Montreal’s metro line might be getting an extension in Longueuil. Quebec Premier Francois Legault confirmed Tuesday that Quebec's new transport minister paid a visit to Longueuil city hall this week to talk about a major project.
The number of car thefts in Quebec has risen for the first time in 10 years – all thanks to a new breed of hacker able to tap into a car’s computer system and take control. George Iny of the Automobile Protection Association shares his expertise on how big a problem this is and how car owners can prevent it.
A group of citizens led by Matthew Chapman pleaded their case to stop the REM in front of Quebec's Court of Appeal on Friday.
They are arguing for a constitutional right to a healthy environment, and say the construction to build the electric rail line will cause damage to greenspaces in Montreal.
The STM’s first metro cares – MR-63s, inaugurated in the 1960’s – were taken off the tracks two years ago. Now, two Montreal brothers have a plan to give some of them a new lease on life through the construction of a cultural hub.