Montreal’s Gouin Boulevard East might quickly lose the title of worst street within the province as awarded by CAA Quebec.

The Plante administration introduced it will be performing main repairs to a portion of the boulevard.


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Work will begin within the spring of 2019, on a seven-kilometre stretch positioned between 58 Avenue and Sherbrooke Avenue East.

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Work on a second, four-kilometre stretch between 58 and Ozias-Leduc avenues will start in 2020.

“This undertaking, which can be completed in collaboration with the borough, will kick off the transformation of Gouin Boulevard East to make it extra convivial and protected,” stated a press release from Éric Alan Caldwell, member of the Government Committee answerable for Montreal`s city planning.

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Caldwell stated the town will first deal with what’s most pressing, which is repairing the pavement after which transfer on to a significant redevelopment of a portion of the street to the east of Rodolphe-Overlook.

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