Verdun
Home > Citizen Services > Update on worksites
  Printable version Printable version
 
Services aux citoyens
 
Water Supply and Sewage System | Notification of Equipment Malfunctions | Traffic | Snow Removal | Road Maintenance | Maintenance of Parks and Green Spaces | Update on worksites | Street Parking Rules | Public Transit

Transportation and Public Works

Info-Construction

2011 Work Projects

Reconfiguration of L'Île-des-Soeurs Neighbourhood's Entrances and Exits

L'Île-des-Soeurs neighbourhood - Road Repairs

Sidewalk construction on 1re Avenue (between rue Bannantyne and
rue de Verdun)

Sidewalk construction on rue Joseph (between rue Dupuis and rue de Verdun)

Flushing Operations in Water Supply System

Road reconstruction work on rue Bannantyne (between 5e Avenue
and rue Egan) and rue Argyle (between boulevard Champlain
and rue Bannantyne)

Road repairs on rue Brassard and the link between rue Gibbons
and rue Brassard

Fire Hydrants Inspection by Ville de Montréal

Reconfiguration of L'Île-des-Soeurs Neighbourhood's Entrances and Exits

Final phase of work

____________________

2010 Work Projects

Reconstruction work on rue Allard between boulevard LaSalle
and rue Bannantyne

________________________ 

Redevelopment of Willibrord park
(on going since 2009)

________________________

Construction Work on rue Rhéaume to build a curb as well as a sidewalk at the corner of Rhéaume and Wellington

________________________

Water Main Repairs on Boulevard Champlain between rue Stephens and Crawford

Press release [56,8 ko - 1 page]

Roadwork carried out by Ville de Montréal on rue de Verdun, Galt and Melrose

For more details, please click here  (in French)

________________________

2009 Major Capital Works Projects

________________________________ 

2009: Reconfiguration of L’Île-des-Sœurs entrances and exits

Major Detours During the Weekend of November 6-9, 2009

 

______________________________ 

New Configuration Since August 31, 2009

________________________________ 

________________________________ 

 

________________________________ 

Traffic exiting l'Île-des-Soeurs

July 17, 2009

Dear Residents:

I would like to report on the situation that we have been facing at rush hours, for the past few days, at the entrances and exits of L’Île-des-Sœurs. 

Major roadwork is under way at the present time in order to double the access and thereby improve the flow of traffic at the entrances and exits of the island. Although we have done our utmost to keep inconveniences to a minimum during this crucial phase of the work, I must admit that the impacts are greater than what we had anticipated. In fact, it was to minimize the negative effects that we had planned this phase during the summer—a time of year when traffic on the road system is generally lighter.

Following the heavy traffic congestion last week, due to incidents on the upper level highway network, we met with the main parties concerned and agreed on additional measures to alleviate the situation. It seems that they are successful, as we have noted an improvement to the situation. However, we are not sheltered from other sudden glitches that might occur between now and the end of this phase of the work, which is expected to be completed by mid-August.

As for residents' safety, it wasn't jeopardized at any time. Our emergency plan, set up a few years ago, in fact makes it possible for specialized vehicles to access and leave the island within the required periods of time.

The major work now under way will have an impact on traffic for another few weeks. I am therefore appealing to your usual cooperation and patience to help us get through this difficult phase. As a L’Île-des-Soeurs resident, I can assure you that once all this work is finished, we will be far better off as a result.
 
 
Claude Trudel,
Borough Mayor


________________________________ 

July 10-29, 2009

Detour to Keep in Mind in Exiting L’Île-des-Soeurs

Verdun, July 6, 2009 — La Société des ponts Jacques-Cartier et Champlain inc. has informed us that due to the continuation of work to improve the entrances and exits of L’Île-des-Sœurs, access to Autoroute Bonaventure via Clément bridge will be closed from 10 p.m. on July 10 to July 29 inclusively.

Motorists leaving the island to go downtown will therefore have to take exit 60 off Autoroute 15-N, a slight detour of approximately 0.6 km. Signs to this effect will be installed.

The Verdun Borough thanks residents for their cooperation while the work is under way to improve the network of entrance and exit roads in the L’Île-des-Sœurs neighbourhood.

 
 
® All rights reserved, Ville de Montréal