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2022 Calendar

The schedule is provided for information purposes only and is subject to change based on discussions with our partners.

2022: moving closer to commissioning of the first REM segment

In the greater Montréal area, a number of sites are active at the same time in the effort to continue REM construction in 2022. Some key milestones to watch out for this year: Operational testing will end on the South Shore; stations will be commissioned and launched along the segment from the Brossard terminal station to Central Station (excluding the Griffintown–Bernard-Landry station); modernization work will continue on the Mont-Royal tunnel; and work will pick up on the North Shore and in Pierrefonds-Roxboro.

REM car during ongoing testing on the South Shore of Montreal

Photo © Alstom / C. Fleury

Commissioning schedule

The schedule has been updated:  

  • South Shore to Central Station: fall 2022
  • Central Station to Du Ruisseau: fall 2023
  • Du Ruisseau to Sunnybrooke: spring 2024 
  • Sunnybrooke to Deux-Montagnes: fall 2024 
  • West Island segment: spring 2024 
  • Airport segment: end of 2024
Commissioning map - Last update: January 2022

South Shore

  • Completion of interior and exterior design for the Brossard, Du Quartier and Panama stations and the Brossard and Panama bus terminals.
  • Completion of future overpass to provide access between Highway 10 West and Brossard station. 
  • Continuation of work on the centre span of the Samuel-De Champlain Bridge. 
  • Continuation of testing with cars that began in December 2020, and expansion of test area in preparation for commissioning.
  • Reopening of all lanes on Highway 10 East.
  • Commissioning of Brossard, Du Quartier and Panama stations.

For more information on the work sequence, see the Citizens space:

South Shore Citizens space

Downtown

  • Île-des-Soeurs: Completion of construction of the station and its access points.
  • Pointe-Saint-Charles: Completion of elevated structure, track installation and electrical system. 
  • Griffintown: Completion of development work on the embankment along Smith Street and replacement of railway infrastructure on the southern railway overpass. 
  • Central Station: Completion of station construction inside the Central Station complex.
  • McGill: Completion of installation of the steel structure and interior design of the station.
  • Édouard-Montpetit: Continuation of construction of the entrance and interior design of the station.
  • Mont-Royal Tunnel: Completion of rehabilitation of the double arch in the McGill area and start of installation on the tunnel tracks. 
  • Commissioning of Île-des-Sœurs station and Central Station.

For more information on the work sequence, see the Citizens space: 

Downtown Citizens space

Centre of the Island of Montréal

  • Excavation work, delivery of materials and replacement of existing railway tracks in the Mont-Royal Tunnel.
  • Reconstruction of Jean-Talon and Cornwall bridges and conversion of the O’Brien and Toupin level crossings into railway overpasses.
  • Completion of Dalle Park deck construction in the Town of Mount Royal. 
  • Continuation of work on the railway right-of-way throughout the area.
  • Continuation of installation of tracks west of Du Ruisseau station.
  • Continuation of construction of Canora, Ville-de-Mont-Royal, Côte-de-Liesse, Montpellier, Du Ruisseau and Bois-Franc stations: mostly interior work in 2022.
  • Continuation of construction work on the western junction.

For more information on the work sequence, visit the citizens space: 

Centre of Montréal Citizens space

North Shore

  • Railway bridges: Continuation of work on the Rivière-des-Prairies 1, Rivière-des-Prairies 2 and Rivière-des-Mille-Îles bridges.
  • Îles-Laval: Continuation of work around the Île-Bigras station and opening of a permanent link between Chemin du Tour and Chemin des Rocailles. 
  • Sainte-Dorothée: Connection of Des Bois Avenue to Chemin du Bord-de-l’Eau, closure of Graveline Street and reconstruction of the Chemin du Bord-de-l’Eau overpass.
  • Laval-sur-le-Lac: Relocation of public utilities in Laval-sur-le-Lac in the Les Peupliers and Les Étables streets area, in preparation for upcoming infrastructure work.
  • Deux-Montagnes: Continuation of construction on the Chemin d’Oka overpass, installation of retaining walls on Henri-Dunant, completion of work on the Deux-Montagnes Boulevard overpass and continuation of work on the Deux-Montagnes and Grand-Moulin stations. 
  • Along the railway right-of-way: Installation of fences and noise barrier bases, and completion of rail platform and installation of tracks.

West Island and airport

Deux-Montagnes Branch

  • Continuation of construction work on Sunnybrooke and Pierrefonds-Roxboro stations: all stations to be built and enclosed in 2022.
  • Spring 2022: Start of construction of elevated structure using the Anne launching gantry (suspended all winter).
  • Continuation of work to convert level crossings into railway overpass.
  • Continuation of work on railway right-of-way throughout the area.
  • Beginning of track installation.

Anse-à-l’Orme Branch

  • Continuation of construction of Des Sources, Fairview-Pointe-Claire, Kirkland and Anse-à-l’Orme stations.
  • Continuation of track installation.
  • Relocation of public utilities (water main, drainage, sewer, etc.)

Technoparc and airport

  • Spring 2022: Continuation of work by the Alice tunnel boring machine toward the airport. 
  • Spring 2020: Resumption of activities using the Marie launching gantry (suspended all winter).

For more information on the work sequence, see the Citizens space: 

West Island and Airport Citizens space

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