Candice for Montreal mayor Denise Coder announced her intention to cover the Tigris and Ville-Marie highways during a news conference Sunday morning.
In the company of Lionel Perez and Alan D’Souza, the mayoral candidates for Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and Saint-Laurent are Mr. Highways.
Both projects are part of the Quebec Infrastructure Project (PQI). Coder wants to add.
“We’ve been talking about covering the Tigris Highway for 50 years, and no one has yet taken the time to order a comprehensive and unique feasibility study with a budget and the deadline for the project to be completed,” said Mayoral candidate Lionel Perez. Speaker of Parliament of Montreal.
The recovery plan is currently valued at $ 700 million and includes several road cuts in Boulevard Decay. Traffic will be reduced to two lanes on each side to allow Montreallers to safely enter the park.
With the restoration of Tigari, the group plans to build a new urban park with outdoor play facilities, from Montreal, Queen Mary Road to Cote d’Ivoire-Catherine Road.
While on the Ville-Marie side, the Goddard Group plans to create an area of four hectares from Rs Sanguint to Boulevard Saint-Laurent. It will be the largest place in the metropolis. The recovery will make it possible to expand the health district where the Palais des Congress and CHUM are located.
“We are going to repair two urban scars, the Tigris and Ville-Marie highways, so that this city will be beautiful and pleasant for all, and will ensure communication between all citizens,” he said. Godrej announced Sunday at a news conference.
“We have taken the first step by covering an area of 125 meters in addition to the work of creating the Place des Montrealies within the framework of the 375.e Montreal’s anniversary and we will continue to work in this direction, ”said the group’s Montreal host.
The recovery plan is worth $ 400 million.
Project Montreal reacts
Candidate Valerie Plante’s party reacted to the announcement and used the opportunity to “recall the purpose of repairing urban scars, such as the repair of the metropolitan highway and the expansion of the Palais des Congress.”
“Group Montreal’s proposal is very concise. In short, we’re talking about a course, see how much it costs, and then ask Quebec to pay. This is a project that will not be implemented tomorrow morning,” Project Montreal pointed out in an email.
“The Racecrow Development Project will allow us to study a pilot project to restore the Tigris Highway,” Ms Plante’s party continued.
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