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RÉNO-SYSTÈMES, RÉNO-INFRASTRUCTURES AND ACCESSIBILITY PROGRAMS: $1.633 BILLION INVESTED IN THE MÉTRO NETWORK

RÉNO-SYSTÈMES, RÉNO-INFRASTRUCTURES AND ACCESSIBILITY PROGRAMS: $1.633 BILLION INVESTED IN THE MÉTRO NETWORK

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At its meeting on April 3, the Board of Directors of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) approved major investments of $1.633 billion for its métro network. Budgets are allocated as follows: $805.5 million to replace métro stationary equipment as part of phase 5 of the Réno-Systèmes program, $504.0 million for the refurbishment of métro infrastructures as part of phase 3 of the Réno-Infrastructures program and $323.3 million for the addition of elevators in 12 stations for phase 2 of the métro Accessibility program. These investments will take place from 2020 to 2025.

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STM speeds up steps to change its inspectors’ status

The Board of Directors of the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) adopted a resolution this evening whereby the Chief Executive Officer will speed up the necessary steps to obtain the designation of special constable for STM inspectors.

Enhanced métro service as of March 25

Enhanced métro service as of March 25

Starting March 25, the Green and Orange will have departures every five minutes max during off-peak periods during the day and until late in the evening.

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Universal accessibility work to start at Place-des-Arts station

Universal accessibility work to start at Place-des-Arts station

As of March 11, the Bleury North entrance building of Place-des-Arts station will be temporarily closed due to the start of work on a real estate project by a private developer. The STM will take advantage of the closure to make the station universally accessible by adding three elevators. The station’s other accesses will remain open.