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Bonaventure Project: The Final Plan

Work is progressing well!
Projet Bonaventure, à Montréal.

In December, the City of Montréal and the Ministry of Transportation released their final plans for the Bonaventure Project.

The infrastructure work, which began in 2011, is still progressing. The demolition and clearing of the elevated off-ramp will take place between 2015 and 2017, while the subsequent urban landscaping will be completed in 2017. The new green spaces will be a welcome sight in the neighborhood and soon enough we can all take advantage!

This article from the Montreal Gazette gives an interesting overview of the project, complete with images that allow us to visualize what the area will look like.

For more information you can visit the Bonaventure Project website. Here is their video showing the work that will be done:

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