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July 24, 2020

BOULEVARD DEUX-MONTAGNES RECONSTRUCTION : revised schedule

Deux-Montagnes, July 24, 2020 – The repair work on Deux-Montagnes Boulevard, the bike path along this artery and some surrounding streets have been underway since June 8. Following certain changes to the sequence of the various works to be carried out to complete this major project, the schedule has been revised.

Work schedule

Work carried out from Monday to Friday, between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Repair of boulevard de Deux-Montagnes, southbound

– Works from June 8 to 26 –  COMPLETED

– Traffic diverted north for continuous traffic in both directions.

– No parking on Deux-Montagnes Boulevard to allow the work to run smoothly and traffic to be diverted.

 

Repair of the bike path, southbound

– Work from August 5 to 25   from June 29 to July 24 –  COMPLETED

– Traffic diversion on the sidewalk.

 

Repair of boulevard de Deux-Montagnes, northbound

– Works from June 29 to July 24  from  August 4 to 28:

– Traffic diverted southbound for continuous traffic in both directions.

– No parking on Deux-Montagnes Boulevard to allow the work to run smoothly and traffic to be diverted.

 

Repair of the bike path, northbound

– Works from August 5 to 25  from  August 24 to September 4

– Traffic diversion on the sidewalk

Rehabilitation of Blouin and Gagnier streets

– Works from August 10 to September 13

– Local traffic will be allowed

– On-street parking will be prohibited only during the work, from Monday to Friday, between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

 

Rehabilitation of Bellevue and Bromont streets

– Works from  10   August 4  to September 18

– Local traffic will be allowed

– On-street parking will be prohibited only during the work, from Monday to Friday, between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

 

Mainly aimed at improving the asphalt pavement, from the train station to the city limits, this major project will also improve urban development and optimize active transportation. The safety of pedestrians and cyclists will be improved with the construction of new paved pedestrian crossings. As for the hundred trees that will be planted at the end of the work, they will undoubtedly help to beautify the urban environment of this important sector of the City!