Roadwork (old)

As there are numerous roadwork sites in the metropolitan region, several mitigation measures are implemented each year to relieve traffic congestion.

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Current measures

Mobility Montréal will invest $45.8 million in fare measures and mitigation measures through punlib and active transportation. Find out the measures implemented in your area.

Northern sector

Mirabel, Boisbriand, Laval, Repentigny... Montréal’s North Shore is a gateway to the Laurentides and Lanaudière regions. Many use the train and bus to go to the Montmorency station or downtown Montréal.

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Eastern sector

Saint-Léonard, Anjou, Pointe-aux-Trembles... the island of Montréal’s eastern sector is bordered by rivière des Prairies and the St. Lawrence and comprises many islands. It is also where the well-known Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine bridge-tunnel is located.

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Central sector

Côte-Saint-Luc, Le Sud-Ouest, Westmount, Ville-Marie... This sector is the heart of Montréal! It is also the location of the Bonaventure terminal, where many bus and train lines end.

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Western sector

Senneville, Pointe-Claire, Dorval... Montréal West Island is surrounded by two magnificent lakes: the lac Saint-Louis and lac des Deux-Montagnes. It is also a gateway to the world with the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport.

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Southern sector

Verchères, Chambly, Candiac, Les Cèdres... Montréal’s South Shore, which borders the St. Lawrence, is a gateway to the Montérégie region. Using the train or bus is a great way to cross the River to reach the heart of Montréal.

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Investing in the future of mobility in Montréal

Did you know that Mobility Montréal and its partners invested $369 million to implement mitigation measures through public and active transportation from 2011 to 2019?