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Redevelopment of the Dorval Interchange

Published on 12-01-2017

Phase one – Opening of the direct link from the airport to downtown (Highway 20 eastbound)

The Ministry of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification informs road users that a new motorway link is now in service on the Dorval interchange. Road users can now directly access Highway 20 eastbound from the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau international airport.

The link allows for a more direct and quick access between the airport and downtown Montreal. A moment eagerly awaited by the 150,000 users who take the Dorval circle daily.

According to André Fortin, Minister of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification: “The commissioning of this new gateway leading directly downtown is excellent news for all travellers landing in Montreal. This link will have positive repercussions for the metropolitan area’s economy. This was all made possible thanks to the collaboration of several partners, including: Transports Canada, the City of Montreal, the City of Dorval, and Aéroports de Montréal. It should be noted that the design of these complex structures that span several railways was entirely carried out by Ministry engineers, who used all of their expertise in the redevelopment of the Dorval interchange. All that remains is the finalization of the second access, which is the link between Highway 20 West and the airport, for this important step of the project to be completed by the end of 2017.”

François Ouimet, Marquette deputy, states: “This opening, long-awaited by residents, allows for the separation of motorway, airport, and local traffic flow. The link facilitates and simplifies access to downtown, while removing cars from the local network, which enhances Dorval citizens’ safety and quality of life.”

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NEWS

Redevelopment of the Dorval Interchange

Published on 12-01-2017

Phase one – Opening of the direct link from the airport to downtown (Highway 20 eastbound)

The Ministry of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification informs road users that a new motorway link is now in service on the Dorval interchange. Road users can now directly access Highway 20 eastbound from the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau international airport.

The link allows for a more direct and quick access between the airport and downtown Montreal. A moment eagerly awaited by the 150,000 users who take the Dorval circle daily.

According to André Fortin, Minister of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification: “The commissioning of this new gateway leading directly downtown is excellent news for all travellers landing in Montreal. This link will have positive repercussions for the metropolitan area’s economy. This was all made possible thanks to the collaboration of several partners, including: Transports Canada, the City of Montreal, the City of Dorval, and Aéroports de Montréal. It should be noted that the design of these complex structures that span several railways was entirely carried out by Ministry engineers, who used all of their expertise in the redevelopment of the Dorval interchange. All that remains is the finalization of the second access, which is the link between Highway 20 West and the airport, for this important step of the project to be completed by the end of 2017.”

François Ouimet, Marquette deputy, states: “This opening, long-awaited by residents, allows for the separation of motorway, airport, and local traffic flow. The link facilitates and simplifies access to downtown, while removing cars from the local network, which enhances Dorval citizens’ safety and quality of life.”

Archives - 2018
Archives - 2018
Archives - 2017
Archives - 2017
Archives - 2016
Archives - 2016
Archives - 2015
Archives - 2015

Redevelopment of the Dorval Interchange

Published on 12-01-2017

Phase one – Opening of the direct link from the airport to downtown (Highway 20 eastbound)

The Ministry of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification informs road users that a new motorway link is now in service on the Dorval interchange. Road users can now directly access Highway 20 eastbound from the Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau international airport.

The link allows for a more direct and quick access between the airport and downtown Montreal. A moment eagerly awaited by the 150,000 users who take the Dorval circle daily.

According to André Fortin, Minister of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility, and Transport Electrification: “The commissioning of this new gateway leading directly downtown is excellent news for all travellers landing in Montreal. This link will have positive repercussions for the metropolitan area’s economy. This was all made possible thanks to the collaboration of several partners, including: Transports Canada, the City of Montreal, the City of Dorval, and Aéroports de Montréal. It should be noted that the design of these complex structures that span several railways was entirely carried out by Ministry engineers, who used all of their expertise in the redevelopment of the Dorval interchange. All that remains is the finalization of the second access, which is the link between Highway 20 West and the airport, for this important step of the project to be completed by the end of 2017.”

François Ouimet, Marquette deputy, states: “This opening, long-awaited by residents, allows for the separation of motorway, airport, and local traffic flow. The link facilitates and simplifies access to downtown, while removing cars from the local network, which enhances Dorval citizens’ safety and quality of life.”

Archives - 2018
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