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Rehabilitation of Industriel Boulevard

At the City Council meeting of January 21, 2019, elected officials awarded the contract for the rehabilitation and modernization of Industriel Boulevard between Highway 30 and Pascal Street. This boulevard, which is the primary gateway to the City from Highway 30 West and the access road for businesses in the industrial park, has been in a poor condition for a number of years.

The new boulevard will have roller-compacted concrete (RCC) pavement and four lanes to ensure better traffic flow, sustainable development, access to the boulevard by foot and bicycle on a multi-use path, a stormwater drainage system, landscaping and a revamped city entrance.

Before work began, exploratory excavations were carried out in April 2019 by the contractor, Eurovia Québec. This made it possible to prepare a survey of information on existing structures and to plan the work to be carried out for the rehabilitation. In addition, Eurovia representatives visited the merchants affected by the work on the first section (between Ford Boulevard and Bombardier Street) in May.

Last updates

Ville de Châteauguay confirms that the rehabilitation of Industriel Boulevard will resume on Tuesday, May 19. In order to complete it as ordered, these will continue over the next few months and will be completed before the end of the year.

Work to date

This work could not be completed in 2019 because the City had not yet received the authorization certificates from the ministère de l'Environnement et des changements climatiques. These certificates, requested in February 2018 and issued only on July 26, 2019, prevented us from completing before the fall.

Disturbed traffic

To allow the work to move quickly, starting on May 19:

  • Traffic on Industriel Boulevard, between Ford Boulevard and Bélanger Street, will be one-way, as in 2019, for an indefinite period; 
  • Traffic on Industriel Boulevard, between Bélanger and Pascal streets, will be completely closed.

The detour will take place via Sainte-Marguerite and Albert-Einstein Boulevards, as well as Pascal Street. People will have to remember this route especially to access the ecocentre, located at 224, Industriel Boulevard.

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Update - June 2, 2020: 

To respond to citizens' requests and in order to further secure the detour route put in place, the following changes will be made by the contractor:

  • Added no-parking signs on Sainte-Marguerite Boulevard, on both sides of the street, for the area between Pierre-Boursier and Albert-Einstein Boulevards;
  • Added no-parking signs on Albert-Einstein Boulevard, two sides of the street, for the area between Sainte-Marguerite Boulevard and Laramée Street;
  • Added traffic signs limited to 30 km/h on Albert-Einstein Boulevard.

A door hanger warning residents to park in adjacent streets will be distributed. 

Implementation of the BCR on Wednesday, July 1 and Thursday, July 2, 2020:

Work on the implementation of the BCR is planned for Wednesday, July 1 and Thursday, July 2, 2020 for the area between Bélanger Street and Pierre-Boursier Blvd.

During these two days, please note that trucks could use the various detour routes in the area and that the concrete plant, installed at the snow depot site, will be in operation for these dates.

Residents in the area of the snow depot all received a door hanger last week stating the information currently provided to you.

To follow the progress of the project

For full details on possible closures and the progress of the work, please visit the Info-Travaux section of our website.

In order to facilitate the transmission of information to merchants directly affected by the work, the Ville de Châteauguay has launched a message channel on the SLACK platform.

Are you an industrial park merchant and would you like to register for the platform? Contact the City at communications@ville.chateauguay.qc.ca for details.

 

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Last update: 2020-07-01 07:25