Construction of the Lacordaire station
- Construction site summary
- Impact on customer trips
- Impact on local residents
- Learn more about the project
- Onglet 5
Construction site summary
As part of the Blue line extension project, this worksite involves building a new accessible métro station. The secondary entrance building will be shared with the REM de l'Est.
Please note that the station name is tentative.
Duration of the work: From May 16 until the end of June 2022
Description of the work: Final preparatory work at the future Lacordaire station
-Final repaving of sidewalks and roads in certain areas where we had to employ temporary solutions at the end of last year.
Métro impacts: None.
Bus impacts: 131 De L’Assomption, 141 Jean-Talon Est, 353 Lacordaire, 372 Jean-Talon, 32 Lacordaire.
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Clip 1: Description of the work
Liliane Cardinal and Patrick B. Duchesne, project managers, explain what kind of work will be done and why.
Clip 2: Mitigation measures
Francis Iervella, project coordinator, tells us how the work will be carried out and how we will reduce the nuisance it causes.
Clip 3: Closures and mobility
Cynthia Benoit-Labrèche, an engineer specializing in traffic maintenance and mobility management, informs us on upcoming closures and how they are planned.
Clip 4: Community relations
Ève Deschamps, liaison officer, explains the importance of close communication with the neighbourhood and presents the liaison committee.
Impact on customer trips
Starting May 16, line 131 De L’Assomption will be rerouted, and some stops will be closed on lines 32 Lacordaire, 141 Jean-Talon, 353 Lacordaire and 372 Jean-Talon.
Please check bus stop signage or our real-time information tools for more details on the detours that will be in effect starting May 16.
Line 32 Lacordaire
Stops at the intersection with Jean-Talon will be closed. The stop at the corner of Bourdaloue, south of Jean-Talon, will also be closed. Buses will still serve the stops before and after.
Line 131 De L’Assomption
The north terminus of line 131 will remain on Des Angevins at all times. Due to work at the Jean-Talon and Lacordaire intersection, there will be no access to the portion of the route normally served outside of peak periods (stops #60588, #60604 and #54970).
Lines 141 and 372 Jean-Talon
Stops at the corner of Jean-Talon and Lacordaire will be closed. Buses will still serve the stops before and after.
Line 353 Lacordaire
The stop at the corner of Bourdaloue, south of Jean-Talon, will be closed. Buses will still serve the stops before and after.
Impact on local residents
The preparatory worksite for the construction of the future Lacordaire station was put on hiatus in mid-December 2021. Due to winter weather, we had to install some provisional roadwork. Now that it is spring, we can start finalizing the sidewalks and streets in the area.
The work will require partial closures on Jean-Talon Street and Lacordaire Boulevard. The work will be completed in phases over a five-week period. At least one lane will remain open at all times in each direction, on both Jean-Talon and Lacordaire. For a few days, there will also be a closure on Lacordaire Boulevard at the corner of Bourdaloue Street.
The map below shows the different work areas
- Zone A will be active for the full duration of the work.
- Zone B will be active for 2 to 3 weeks.
- Zone C will be active for 2 periods of 2 days each
Learn more about the project
The work involved relocating urban public utilities, giving us free rein to begin the massive excavation that will be needed to build the new métro station. The utilities that needed to be relocated included water pipes, sewers and underground conduits and cabling.
We will keep you informed as the project progresses and let you know when construction will begin.
Yes. When we conduct the mass excavation to build the new métro station entrance building, the land will be decontaminated in compliance with current environmental standards.
Made up of citizens interested in representing their community, the purpose of the committee is to:
- Promote dialogue between citizens and the STM during the work
- Share information regarding the progress of the work and next steps with citizens
- Listen to the concerns of citizens during the work and find solutions together
Projects like the preparatory work in the Lacordaire area need to be planned months in advance. Together, our experienced technicians, engineers and project managers employ their knowledge of a variety of disciplines: civil engineering, structure, electricity, building mechanics, geotechnics, traffic maintenance and sustainable development, to name just a few.
Our design, project management and follow-up teams are putting their expertise to good use in the east end of the city, and all this is just the beginning!
Contenu de l'onglet 5
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Details will follow.
The project in images
Work at this intersection involved relocating urban public utilities, giving us free rein to begin the massive excavation that will be needed to build the new métro station.
At the intersection, a secondary valve chamber is being installed to reconnect the water main.
We are digging about six metres into the ground to move the utilities, which include water pipes, sewers and underground conduits and cabling.
The blue line extension project follows in the wake of the Déclaration du gouvernement du Québec et de la Ville de Montréal to revitalize Montréal East. Many projects are underway to give a new impetus to this sector. Increased mobility, economic development, and improved living environments are at the heart of this ambitious project. For more information, see Québec.ca/RevitalisationEstMontreal (in French only).