The CAQ will invest 180 million in the Outaouais road infrastructure
Article published on 26 February 2020
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More than $ 180 million will be invested in the Outaouais road infrastructures between 2020 and 2022 for the maintenance and improvement of roads. In the MRC Pontiac, this investment, granted annually by the ministère des Transports du Québec, will allow the preparation or execution of road works in eight municipalities. As for the MRC Pontiac, this investment will advance three projects in particular.

Note that the ministère des Transports increased this file by $ 20 million from the investment in 2019-2021.

ROAD WORK FOR 2020-2022
Municipalities ProjectInvestmentwork in 2020-2021work in 2021-2022
Bristol Reconstructing of Eleventh Line bridge, above the tributary of the Quyon river $ Preparation Work
Campbell’s Bay Repair of the paving on rue Front, between Leslie and Hwy 148 $$ Preparation Work
L’Île-du-Grand-Calumet Repair of the Monseigneur-Martel bridge on Wilson road $$ Preparation Work
Litchfield Reconstruction of the bridge on Bank rd, over Wilson creek $ Work n/a
Mansfield-et-Pontefract Repair of the Félix-Gabriel-Marchand (Red) bridge on Pont-Rouge rd $$ Work n/a
Otter Lake Paving on Hwy 301, between Hwy 366 and Stephens rd $$ Preparation Work
Pontiac Repair of the paving on Hwy 148, along the four lanes, between Lebrun and des Pères-Dominicains rd $$ Preparation Work
Pontiac Repair of the culverts on 3e concession and montée Dumouchel $ Work n/a
Pontiac Reconstruction of the culvert on Hwy 148 between Tremblay and l’Hôtel-de-Ville rd n/a Addition of financing this year, in response to floods
Portage-du-Fort Maintenance of the bridge on Hwy 301, crossing the Ottawa river $$ Work n/a
Waltham Repair of the bridge on Lac-Cahill rd, crossing the rivière Noire $ Work n/a

Legend:
$ Less than $ 1M
$$ between $1 and 5M

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