MONTREAL, Que. - Five towns in Montreal's "West Island" are working with the Quebec Transport Department on a study proposing a new north-south artery along the Hwy. 440 right-of-way, west of St. Char...
MONTREAL, Que. – Five towns in Montreal’s “West Island” are working with the Quebec Transport Department on a study proposing a new north-south artery along the Hwy. 440 right-of-way, west of St. Charles Blvd.
Kirkland, Beaconsfield, Baie d’Urfe, Ste. Anne de Bellevue and Senneville will share the cost of the study of the new road, which would link up with Hwys 40 and 20.
Peter Harding, Kirkland’s assistant town manager, told local media a new north-south road is long overdue on the western end of the island.
The feasibility study should take about six months to complete, Harding said. n
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