For many, many years one of the most common pedestrian complaints on Wellington street has been the less than ideal condition of the granite tiles that run up the center […]
It was built below specs and has been poorly maintained. Saving on maintenance costs in the first 3 decades created full time maintenance contracts that has cost, and will cost […]
To say I am behind the times on Turcot would be an understatement. Seems I have drifted into focusing a lot of my online attention into relaying the ongoing tragedy […]
Danielle Plamondon is one of the most respected, admired, and loved urban explorers on the planet. From the abandoned factories of Montreal and the rooftops of Europe, through the sewer […]
Why spend all that money pretending to repair them? And if one of our bridges falls down we can always call it, “optimizing alternate routes!” From Aislin at The Gazette.
Pierre Brisset, architecte et directeur du Groupe de Recherche en Urbaine d’Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (GRUHM) est l’invité de la prochaine assemblée de Mobilisation Turcot. Son analyse de la situation nous permet de […]
Réaménagement de la partie nord de l’échangeur Décarie – DES TRAVAUX POUR RÉPONDRE AUX BESOINS D’AUJOURD’HUI ET DE DEMAIN : Portail Québec : site officiel du gouvernement du Québec. Sounds […]
Thanks to Kate for posting this Gazoo article about traffic issues in Montreal. Seems cab drivers are particularly fed up with traffic disruptions caused by various construction projects in and […]
Sorry, but I didnt get this till late… Dear fans of Sexy béton, Today is the 4th anniversary of the collapse of the de la Concorde overpass. On this day, […]
Projet Montreal leader, and Executive Council member, Richard Bergeron says the city is developing an alternative plan for the Turcot rebuild that would avoid expropriations. Excellent news if Quebec is […]
Although I missed it myself a friend told me that one of the representatives of the Societe du Havre de Montreal group behind all the Bonaventure redevelopments (which includes the […]
Got this from the CJAD web site. Turcot model open for public viewing Tue, 2009-06-09 04:48. David Cohen You can now see what the new ‘n improved Turcot interchange is […]
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Viewpoints article in the Gazette by David B. Hanna, former president of Heritage Montreal. The fire at the former CN shop buildings in Point St. Charles last weekend appears to […]
Article in today’s Gazette says that the workon Dorval Circle will go until 2013. The print version also mentions that this project will “allow” for a high speed train from […]