Mobility Montreal set to invest $45.8M to improve public transit, reduce congestion

via CBC

Commuters will be getting up to 30 per cent off their fares on the Deux-Montagnes train line, minister says

The committee that coordinates roadwork in Montreal will invest $45.8 million in a series of measures Mayor Valérie Plante says will help ease traffic woes in and around the city.

Announced on Thursday afternoon, part of the Mobility Montreal investment will go toward putting additional buses on routes in Longueuil and Laval, and creating more parking spaces near the Mont-Saint-Hilaire train stop on the South Shore.

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