The City of Deux-Montagnes in a recent communiqué announced that it has started to carry out paving work on rue Henri-Dunant, between 20th and 14th Avenue. The public works started on September 19.
According to the City’s press release, work will be completed on Wednesday, September 28, except between 14th and 15th Avenue which is the REM construction site. That section will remain closed until mid-October. The REM will indeed complete all of its work on rue Henri-Dunant.
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Local automobile traffic will be permitted during the works, with the exception of next Monday, September 19, when the asphalt was removed. Local traffic will also be limited on September 26 and 27 during the paving operation. During these two phases, citizens can park their vehicles in the adjacent streets.
Pedestrian traffic will not be possible on Henri-Dunant at the work site, except between 15th and 14th Avenue, where a pedestrian crossing will be installed so that the railway tracks can be crossed safely.
Temporary reopening of chemin d’Oka
The city of Deux-Montagnes has also announced that to make it easier for citizens to get around, the chemin d’Oka (between 11th and 12th Avenue) will be reopened temporarily, between September 17 and 23. It will be closed again on September 24, before its permanent reopening on October 8. Citizens are invited to consult the REM Info Works for more details: https://rem.info/en/works-info/complete-closure-Chemin-Oka
From its side REM also announced their current work progress announcing a “Blitz of work this fall in the Deux-Montagnes sector” for the construction of the REM
According to REM, their work continues to progress in the Deux-Montagnes sector. For the Saint-Eustache maintenance center and the Grand-Moulin station, the installation work of the steel structure is now completed. The installation of the glass panels that will close off the exterior of the station is well underway, and the interior work has begun. At the Deux-Montagnes station, work on the steel structure is currently underway. In addition, the installation of the rails in the Deux-Montagnes sector on the old commuter train line began in the last few weeks.