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  1. http://opinion.financialpost.com/2011/02/25/lawrence-solomon-transit-competition/
  2. Read more: http://www.westislandgazette.com/news/32005 Got to love election time Aren't these the same people that said we would get trains in the West Island?
  3. Anyone who's sat at a red light for minutes on end in the middle of the night when there's no cross traffic can cheer on science for proving what we already knew: lights that adapt to the flow of traffic, instead of dictating the flow of traffic, can improve the flow of traffic. A team of researchers discovered that if you let lights locally decide how to time their signals based on how much traffic they're dealing with, and then communicate that with nearby lights, you get closer to the "green wave" of lights that keeps thing moving smoothly. The issue with the centralized, top-down syste
  4. China's nine-day traffic jam stretches 100km (AFP) – 16 hours ago BEIJING — Thousands of vehicles were bogged down Monday in a more than 100-kilometre (62-mile) traffic jam leading to Beijing that has lasted nine days and highlights China's growing road congestion woes. The Beijing-Tibet expressway slowed to a crawl on August 14 due to a spike in traffic by cargo-bearing heavy trucks heading to the capital, and compounded by road maintenance work that began five days later, the Global Times said. The state-run newspaper said the jam between Beijing and Jining city had given bir
  5. Highway/Freeway - 6-8 lanes (both ways) Roads/Blvd/Ave - 4 lanes (both ways) Would probably takes 25-50 years to fix everything on the island of Montreal. Also overhaul the metro system, like one person invisioned for 2100. If not that atleast a monorail system between the airport and the financial district. Thats all I can think of for the transportation bit It's true we need to expand our highways wider because even back in 50's/60's we had problems with congestion. Hopefully with doubling the lanes we might be able to cut down on congestion. Also have the city of Montr
  6. Une vaste aire de stationnement située entre les rues Saint-Antoine, Saint-Jacques, Mansfiled et les voies ferrées du CN, au centre-ville, sera transformée en terminus d’autobus temporaire. Les travaux d’aménagement du site de 5500 mètres carrés par l’Agence métropolitaine de transport (AMT), qui doivent coûter 2,7 M$ au ministère des Transports du Québec, ont débuté lundi et doivent être terminés en novembre. La création du terminus Mansfield a pour objectif de favoriser le transport collectif et d’alléger la congestion routière dans le contexte des grands chantiers routiers en cours dans
  7. Texte que je trouve intéressant et malheureusement n'apportera pas le débat de société nécessaire. C'est quand même gigantesque le montant qui sort de la province par année! Des milliards investis dans la congestion | Pierre-Olivier Pineau | Votre opinion Des milliards investis dans la congestion
  8. http://www.mercer.com/qualityoflivingpr#city-rankings Montréal figure assez bien pour les infrastructures en 13e position, et devant Toronto. Les infrastructures sont definis comme tel: 'electricity supply, water availability, telephone and mail services, public transportation, traffic congestion and the range of international flights from local airports'.
  9. Ceci va beaucoup amélioré la congestion horrible tous les cr*** de soirs...J'ai hâte! novembre 2009: juin 2010:
  10. Condos et autos feront-ils bon ménage au Centre Bell? Simple solution: Remove parking on both sides of Drummond.
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