This section of the website will keep you informed about work being done, as well as any resulting traffic disruptions, to help you plan your trips accordingly.
For your safety, we urge you to be vigilant as you approach roadwork sites and to follow the detour signs that will be posted.
The dates indicated are approximate, as many factors, including weather conditions, can have an impact on how long projects take to complete.
In 2012, the City undertook a major project to rehabilitate the entire length of Riverside Drive, the longest artery in Saint-Lambert. Apart from a few repair and landscaping works planned for 2021, this project officially ended in fall 2020. For more information on that major project, visit the Riverside drive project description page.
Rehabilitation of Bromley Avenue
This summer, the Ville de Saint-Lambert will be reconstructing Bromley Avenue, as well as the portion of Osborne Street between Montrose Boulevard and Alexandra Avenue.
The work will consist of replacing the sewers and water mains, repaving, and rebuilding the sidewalks. For more information, visit the Rehabilitation of Bromley Avenue page.
Rehabilitation of De Navarre Street
This year, the Ville de Saint-Lambert will be moving ahead with the reconstruction of the surface of De Navarre Street (between Plamondon boulevard and Place du Mans) and of Place du Mans.Among other things, this project will involve the complete pulverization of the pavement and part of the foundation, followed by the construction of a new roadway surface. For more information, visit the Rehabilitation of De Navarre Street page.
Sidewalk and curb repairs
Over the summer, crews will be out repairing damaged sections of sidewalks and curbs throughout the municipality. This is very short-term work that should not affect traffic. For more information, visit the Sidewalk and curb repairs page.
In mid-September, Hydro-Québec will begin dismantling the old 120-kV underground power line between the Saint-Maxime and Marie-Victorin substations since it has reached the end of its service life and was rebuilt in 2019.
During this work, motorists, cyclists and pedestrians can expect traffic disruptions in the areas around the worksites, including on Saint-Georges Street and Tiffin Road, among others. Signage will be installed to indicate the disruptions and the detour routes to take. For full details, visit Hydro-Québec’s website.
Due to a water main break, Churchill Boulevard will be closed to northbound traffic between Victoria and Alexandra avenues, starting April 28, for approximately 3 weeks.
Because the regular southbound lanes will be closed, southbound traffic will be diverted to the other side of the median (normally northbound). Northbound traffic travelling to Victoria Avenue will be redirected via Alexandra Avenue and Clack Street. Thank you for your understanding!