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A new computer system has slowed maintenance work on STM buses, leaving more than 600 sidelined last week, the union representing STM workers said on Wednesday.
Sixteen machines will travel the roads in each of Montreal's19 boroughs to fill potholes that have appeared since last spring.
A major water main break cut service on the Montreal Metro's orange Line between the Lionel-Groulx and Berri-UQAM stations for much of the day Thursday.
Snow clearing operations in Montreal are underway after one of the city's earliest snowfalls.
Some schools in the Greater Montreal area are closed due to the snow.
The snowfall and cold temperatures are making for treacherous driving conditions. There are also several school closures across the Greater Montreal area.
Montrealers won’t be able to hop on for a ride just yet as the STM says it wants to use sandbags to safely simulate different weights on the bus.
A Société de transport de Montréal bus slid sideways in Montreal’s Sud-Ouest borough.
If you’ve procrastinated over changing your winter tires, you might find yourself in a bit of a line-up Monday.
Bacteria and yeast: that’s what was found on the handrails in the Montreal metro, according to a molecular biologist who conducted tests for La Presse.
Two tractor-trailers overturned in separate incident on a bridge in Quebec City on Friday afternoon as strong wind gusts swept through the province.
Some Quebec homes could be without power for days due to the heavy rain and winds, according to Hydro-Quebec.
As dusk begins to set in sooner, the City of Montreal wants to make vulnerable pedestrians – notably, seniors – safer.
The consortium in charge of the project says the bicycle and pedestrian bridge won't be done by the end of October as planned.
Workers on St-Antoine St. began a race against time Monday to fix a pipe that provides water to more than one million Montrealers.
Roadwork will block major arteries in Montreal this weekend. Here's what's closed.
The span of Greene Ave. running under the Ville-Marie Expressway has once again seen the light of day as the Ministry of Transportation reopened the road running under the highway.
The road, which is right next to the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), had been closed to vehicles since Sept. 6 for repairs under the A-720. The closure was part of the Turcot Interchange project.