Construction of the Pauline-Vanier auxiliary structure
- Worksite summary
- Impact on customer trips
- Impact on local residents
- Learn more about the project
- Onglet 5
As part of the Blue line extension project, this worksite involves building a new operational infrastructure required to operate the métro.
This worksite is located north of highway 40 on Pauline-Vanier street.
Start of work: We plan to start excavation work in 2025.
Description of the work: New building construction.
Impact on customer trips
Details to come.
Impact on local residents
Details to come.
Learn more about the project
An auxiliary structure is a service building, closed to the public and located between two métro stations, that houses a variety of mechanical and electrical equipment needed for métro operations. This includes ventilation equipment, power supply infrastructure and pumps to remove runoff water. There are currently hundreds of these buildings in the métro network.
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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).