The Réseau express métropolitain (REM) is one of the biggest transport projects in recent years. Preparatory work have already started in order to build this automated light rail network (26 stations, 67 km). Then, the construction work will be even more visible starting June 2018:
Set up of temporary access/exit ramp on highway A10 (Brossard)
Excavation of Édouard-Montpetit and McGill stations
Construction of Canora and Mont-Royal stations, along the Deux-Montagnes line
Preparatory work for the construction of the piles for the REM air structure, along the highway A40 (West Island)
Preparatory work for the boring of the Montréal-Trudeau Airport tunnel
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