by Nathan Masters on September 22, 2011 3:00 PM Fifty-eight years ago today, the Four Level interchange first opened to traffic. This iconic concrete ribbon that binds the 101 and […]
Anyone following Turcot since the MTQ announcement of an new interchange in 2007 knew one simple fact – Jean Charest had to go! His government’s handling of Turcot was almost […]
This is one of the 4 “interchanges” that the MTQ wants to replace with their Turcot plan. No doubt it needs some help, but they have been working on this […]
Found this over at Treehugger. Article here.
Montreal At The Crossroads : Superhighways, the Turcot and the Environment is being officially launched Thursday evening at Paragraphe book store at 7pm. 2220 McGill College (corner Sherbrooke) Metro: McGill. […]
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The Quebec government announced Friday it will back away from plans to rebuild the Turcot interchange in Montreal through a public-private partnership. From CBC. Quebec’s Transport Ministry had originally hoped […]
No pictures yet but apparently Turcot Yards is now fenced off and there are security people in cars telling people to get off the property of be fined. And apparently […]
MARCH ON THE INTERCHANGE!Let’s show the government that we are a growing movement of citizens who want to reclaim our city, protect our community, and breathe clean air! We demand […]
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And we think Turcot is something! Here are some shots from a series posted on Dark Roasted Blend. (images credit: Ken Ohyama) (images credit: Ken Ohyama) (images credit: Ken Ohyama) […]
And it cost 12 million bucks according to this article blogged by Kate over at Montreal City Weblog. The building of a new interchange at Turcot will take at least […]
Petition Submitted to the National Assembly 10 000 in Montreal demand increased funding to public transit Montréal, October 23rd 2008 – When the National Assembly opens today, a petition of nearly […]
Some shots from around the interchange from Dick Nieuwendijk. And you can catch the whole set here.
This video is by filmmaker Karen Vanderborght who lives at 780 Saint Remi, a building slated for demolition under the current redo Turcot plan.