REM

REM

May 27, 2019
Destination REM : Access for all

(video available in French only)

One of the REM’s unique features is that the 26 stations will all offer universal access and be equipped with elevators. Beyond the stations, it was therefore important to also design rail cars accessible to everyone: users with functional limitations (motor or visual), families with strollers, travellers with suitcases, and so on. We developed a life-sized mode and tested it with people with reduced mobility so as to adapt specific elements and ensure access to everyone.





REM Information Meeting


An information meeting regarding the REM will take place on Monday, April 29, at the Holiday Inn Pointe-Claire located at 6700 Trans-Canada Highway.


There will be an open house from 6:00 to 7:00 pm and an information session from 7:00 to 8 :00 pm during which you will be able to ask questions to the project experts as well as learn more details about the work to come in the West Island in 2019. For more information: 
https://rem.info/en/events/west-island-information-meeting



Traffic disruptions on H40 service road

  • Dates: Spring-Summer 2019 - Weekdays, day or night

  • Where: Highway 40 West service road between Charles E. Frosst St. and the Saint-Charles Boulevard access ramp

 

Nature of the work:

Work to relocate drinking water and stormwater pipes began March 19, and drilling for caissons continues. Traffic disruptions should be expected on the Highway 40 West service road between Charles E. Frosst Street and the Saint-Charles Boulevard access ramp. Appropriate signage will be installed to redirect traffic.

Planned work includes:

  • Demolition of the centre median on Charles E. Frosst Street
  • Drilling of an exploration well
  • Installation of new pipes

 Anticipated impacts and mitigation measures:

Just as for any construction site, work will have an impact on residents in the vicinity; they will be affected by noise, vibrations, dust, frequent use of trucks and traffic hindrances. Mitigation measures will be implemented to minimize the impacts. The REM project office and NouvLR consortium’s goal is to prevent or minimize impact on surrounding residents as much as possible and ensure safety by implementing all appropriate measures.



SCHEDULE OF THE WORKS
(dates are subject to modification)

March 19 to March 21

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

  • Complete closure of the Charles E. Frosst intersection
  • Closure of turning/acceleration lanes connecting A40 service road with Charles E. Frosst

Nature of the work :

  • Demolition of the centre median on Charles E. Frosst Street
  • Lamp post removal
  • Drilling of an exploration well

March 25
to March 28

9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • Complete closure of the Charles E. Frosst intersection
  • Closure of turning/acceleration lanes connecting A40 service road with Charles E. Frosst St.
  • Closure of the left lane service road for lighting work

Nature of the work :

  • Installation of a stormwater pipe
  • Work to be carried out overnight to minimize impact on traffic

April 1 to
April 5

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Closure of the right turning lane connecting A40 service road with Charles E. Frosst Street

Nature of the work :

  • Installation of a stormwater pipe East of Charles E. Frosst Street and North of the service road

April 8 to
April 10

9 p.m. to 6 a.m.

  • Complete closure of the Charles E. Frosst intersection
  • Closure of turning/acceleration lanes connecting A40 service road with Charles E. Frosst Street
  • Closure of the left lane service road for lighting work

Nature of the work :

  • Installation of a stormwater pipe
  • Work to be carried out overnight to minimize impact on traffic

April 10 to
April 12

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Closure of the right turning lane connecting A40 service road with Charles E. Frosst Street

Nature of the work :

  • Installation of a stormwater pipe East of Charles E. Frosst St. and North of the service road

 






Beginning of construction of the Réseau express métropolitain on the West Island

Date: Beginning in Fall 2018
From 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., 7 days a week, depending on work progress

 

Nature of the work:

The structure of the REM on the West Island will be elevated, from the Des Sources station to the Saint-Anne-de-Bellevue station. For work on the elevated portion of the route, pillars will need to be installed along the former Doney railway spur, as well as along Highway 40 at Fairview Pointe-Claire.

*Work will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Work outside this time period may be necessary to mobilize and demobilize required equipment and to clean up the site.

Anticipated impacts and mitigation measures:

Just as for any construction site, work will have an impact on residents in the vicinity; they will be affected by noise, vibrations, dust, frequent use of trucks and traffic hindrances. Mitigation measures will be implemented to minimize the impacts. The REM project office and NouvLR consortium’s goal is to prevent or minimize impact on surrounding residents as much as possible and ensure safety by implementing all appropriate measures.

 

Sector 1: Between Jean-Yves Street and Morgan Avenue

Planned schedule **

 

Spring to Fall 2018

Relocation of public utilities

Fall 2018 and 2019

Disturbance of first layer of soil

Summer 2019

Construction of access roads

Fall 2019 to Spring 2020

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (pile driving)

Spring 2020

Construction of reinforced earth walls

Spring 2020 to Fall 2020

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (columns)

Fall 2020

Beginning of construction of the station

Spring 2021 to Fall 2021

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (installation of segmented beams)

Summer 2022

Restoration and final landscaping work

 

 

Sector 2: Between Saint-Charles Boulevard and Jean-Yves Street

Planned schedule **

 

Fall 2018 to Fall 2019

Relocation of public utilities

Fall 2018

Brush clearing and tree cutting

Summer 2019

- Disturbance of first layer of soil
- Construction of access roads

Spring 2019 to Fall 2019

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (pile driving)

Summer 2019 to Spring 2020

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (columns)

Spring 2020 to Spring 2021

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (installation of segmented beams)

Spring 2021

Beginning of construction of the station

Spring 2022

Restoration and final landscaping work

 

 Sector 3: Between Saint-Jean and Saint-Charles Boulevards

Planned schedule **

 

Fall 2018 to Summer 2019

Relocation of public utilities

Fall 2018

Brush clearing and tree cutting

Fall 2018

- Disturbance of first layer of soil
- Construction of access roads

Fall 2018 to Spring 2019 AND
Fall 2019 to Winter 2020

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (pile driving)

Winter 2019 to Summer 2019 AND
Spring 2020 to Winter 2020

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (columns)

Spring 2020

Beginning of construction of the station

Spring 2019 to Spring 2020 AND
Summer 2021 to Winter 2021

Construction of the elevated track superstructure (installation of segmented beams)

Spring 2021 to Fall 2022

Restoration and final landscaping work

 

**Work sequences are subject to change without notice.

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News releases


Press Conference - July 10, 2018

   

Photos: credit Ville de Montréal



Information on the REM Project

Keep track of the evolution of this important project!

The Town of Kirkland has hosted to date two consultation evenings with its residents. The purpose of the first meeting was to inform residents and corporate citizens on the REM project and answer their questions.

The objective of the second meeting was to gather citizens’ thoughts and ideas to develop a vision for the site adjacent to the future REM station in Kirkland. Results of this consultation process will help identify priorities and needs towards future actions to put into place for the development of the site. 

  1. Information and discussion evening on the REM project
    Wednesday, May 24
    Evening presentation(PDF)

  2. Workshop to develop a vision on the study area
    Wednesday, June 14
    Evening presentation(PDF)