Network condition

Expect the unexpected on the road network. Staying informed on network conditions at all times is useful for planning your trips.

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Being connected on network conditions at all times

Download the right mobile application for you according to your route in the metropolitan region

Network condition
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Current roadwork and major public transportation projects

While these projects currently have major impacts in our lives, they are a step toward our future. Find out about these projects that shape the landscape of the metropolitan region and our daily life.

The Turcot interchange is a major road traffic hub in the Montréal region, as it links autoroute 15, autoroute 20 and autoroute 720. It also facilitates access to the Samuel-De Champlain bridge, the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport and downtown Montréal.

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The Samuel-De Champlain bridge is crossed by about 50 million cars, buses and trucks each year, making it one of the busiest bridge in North America. You are in the right place to know everything about this structure.

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The Réseau express métropolitain (REM) is the largest public transit project undertaken since Montréal’s metro. The REM is implemented with a view to sustainable mobility and will provide an efficient and profitable service to Québec’s society.

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The rapid bus transit (BRT) service on boulevard Pie-IX is a high-efficiency public transportation project, which is integrated to the reconstruction and requalification of boulevard Pie-IX. It will provide a reliable, comfortable, safe, fast and completely accessible bus service between the east of Laval and Montréal.

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A great number of people have crossed the longest underwater tunnel in Canada, which links the east of the island of Montréal to Longueuil via île Charron. The major repair project is planned to begin in 2020.

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Working today for tomorrow

Many projects are being studied or planned to maintain public infrastructures, ensure high-quality services to the population and significantly boost economic growth in Québec. Do you know about all projects of $50 million or more that are listed in the Québec Infrastructure Plan?

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