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  1. https://www.newswire.ca/fr/news-releases/intersection-des-chemins-remembrance-et-de-la-cote-des-neiges-la-ville-de-montreal-devoile-un-projet-de-reamenagement-majeur-865605723.html Intersection des chemins Remembrance et de la Côte-des-Neiges - La Ville de Montréal dévoile un projet de réaménagement majeur Nouvelles fournies par Ville de Montréal - Cabinet de la mairesse et du comité exécutif Mars 19, 2021, 13:39 ET MONTRÉAL, le 19 mars 2021 /CNW Telbec/ - Sylvain Ouellet, vice-président du comité exécutif, responsable de l'eau et des infrastructures de l'eau, d
  2. Without any news or fanfare, la démolition a commencé sur le multi-étagé qui se trouve au-dessus du futur emplacement de la station et directement devant l'entrée principale de l'aéroport. I imagine it's mainly part of the larger projets côté ville, but since it will all eventually be integrated, I thought it would be nice to share here.
  3. Ils ont installé une nouvelle cam sur Devisubox pour cette station:
  4. Same could be said about Fielding between West Broadway and Côte-Saint-Luc. I guess a mixed bus/bike lane is slowly becoming a thing across the city as the article suggest: At least when biking on Fielding, I found myself having to watch my back more than normal for a dedicated bike lane as the 51 cuts through the bike lane countless times to access bus stops. I could honestly see this kind of change as mutually beneficial. I just don't know how they'll implement the change on some parts of the sector as some portions are narrower than others (as seen below).
  5. Posted a few days ago on REM's FB. They started laying the first ceramics: https://www.facebook.com/REMgrandmtl/posts/1326679441031547
  6. Le chemin emprunté par ce corridor m'intéresse. Les lignes électriques passent juste à côté de Cavendish et au-dessus les voies ferrées entre Saint-Laurent et Côte-Saint-Luc. Vu que ce corridor vert passe juste à cote de ce point, est-ce une sorte de confirmation d'une connexion piétonne (au moins) entre les deux Cavendish? Pourraient-ils intégrer les deux projets (raccordement Cavendish et ce corridor vert)?
  7. La durée des travaux a été récemment modifiée sur le site web du projet: "Durée des travaux : octobre 2017 au printemps 2021" http://www.stm.info/fr/infos/etat-du-service/travaux/vendome-0
  8. Comme @Hildephonse avait mentionné, leur site web aussi indique que le projet est en construction et lui donne un nom! Voici Liz: https://www.legroupemaurice.com/residences-pour-personnes-agees/liz/ "Un nouveau complexe résidentiel pour retraités arrive à Montréal ! Située à Montréal, à la limite de Westmount, soit au coin des rues Claremont et de Maisonneuve ouest, LIZ déploiera ses 10 étages en plein cœur d’un quartier résidentiel chaleureux et verdoyant. La situation géographique de cette résidence contribuera certainement à faciliter la vie des résidents qui y éliront
  9. De Global News ce matin (suivez le lien pour une version vidéo): https://globalnews.ca/news/7438980/ndg-empress-theatre-public-consultations-montreal/ NDG launches public consultations into the future of Empress Theatre project By Brayden Jagger Haines Global News Posted November 3, 2020 11:20 am - Updated November 3, 2020 11:25 am The fate of the historic Empress Theatre will be in the hands of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce residents. The borough has officially launched a month-long consultation process into the future of the 93-year-old building. “We want to
  10. The STM released a "Ma voix ma STM" survey yesterday all about the platform screen doors! The main info they provided was the fact that they would start being installed in 2022, but more importantly, they showed off renderings of what the doors could look like at Place d'Armes! Voici les photos:
  11. Posted May 20, 2020 6:57 pm Montreal outlines land for 60-hectare Parc de la falaise at Saint-Jacques Escarpment https://globalnews.ca/news/6965891/montreal-land-parc-de-la-falaise/ By Anne Leclair The City of Montreal is one step closer to making the much-anticipated Parc de la falaise a reality. Public consultations gave the project the green-light last year and now the city has put a reserve on a 1.8-kilometre stretch of land between the Saint-Jacques Escarpment and Notre-Dame Street. “We gave the status of a park to this field and we are going to try to
  12. Trouvé sur Linkedin. L’excavation a beaucoup progressé depuis juillet!
  13. http://www.stm.info/fr/a-propos/grands-projets/grands-projets-bus/electrification-du-reseau-de-surface https://montreal.ctvnews.ca/the-first-of-montreal-s-new-long-range-electric-buses-has-arrived-1.4680074 Here are links to STM and CTV articles that reiterate what was written in the already posted Metro article. The only difference is that we have images of the interior with the plastic slippy bois;
  14. Oh goodness, my apologies! I should have done better research 😂 thanks @IluvMTL
  15. You're right! After a bit of research it turns out they held a public consultation earlier this year about the site and the PDF from it is available below. I hope Olimpico can revitalize that small quaint building (if it is even the building that they're eyeing). https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=2ahUKEwiEqb6MqdPlAhUrq1kKHZGUBKoQFjAAegQIAhAC&url=http%3A%2F%2Fville.montreal.qc.ca%2Fpls%2Fportal%2Fdocs%2FPAGE%2FARROND_VMA_FR%2FMEDIA%2FDOCUMENTS%2F1333%20ROBERT-BOURASSA%20APC%20-%2022%20MAI.PDF&usg=AOvVa
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