Do any old salvageable street cars exist in Montreal? Photo Thomas Hawk Hot tram! Old trolleys are the new classic cars [SLIDESHOW] A Brookville-restored streetcar in San Francisco. While they have […]
Montreal’s transportation party, Projet Montreal, is having a party, and you are invited. In case you can’t read this poster the address is Beach Volleyball Centre, 110 Square Gallery, off […]
This page at the Gazette has a bunch of stories about commuter travel in Montreal and, for the most part, it is just not a pretty sight. Train delays, overcrowding […]
And so the journey ends. This last leg has no track but it’s quite easy to follow where it went. This whole adventure was a lot of fun, though it […]
Article here in The Chronicle discusses Transport Quebec‘s plan to move Autoroute 20 closer to the Falaise Saint Jacques when the Turcot Interchange is rebuilt. Wouldn’t they be saving at […]
Or road pricing, or value pricing, or tolling. The basic idea is that the only realistic way to ease highway congestion in urban centers (or anywhere) is to discourage people […]
In February I wrote about last summer’s walk along the Donny Spur. And on Monday The Gazette ran an article about some reactions to Mayor Tremblay’s 8 billion over 20 […]
Here is the rendition that has been making the rounds as supplied by Transport Quebec. It sure looks nice and green and all that and the implication is that the […]
Ok, it’s crazy. but you know, the way they seem to have planned the new Turcot Interchange I can’t help but wonder if a few of the existing ramps could […]
Great local photoblog featuring the work of Daniel Seguin! Click here for more.
Short series taken from the back window of a westbound 211.