SRB PIE-IX BRT Integrated Project

Rank 2022


Image Credit: ARTM

Industry Sector: Transit

Project Type: BRT

Project Value: $638.2 million

Funding Source: Public

Federal Funding: $638.2 million

Provincial Funding: $472.5 (ARTM)

Municipal Funding: $165.2 million

Province: Quebec

City / Region: Montreal

Estimated End Date of Substantial Completion: 2023

The SRB Pie-IX project consists in setting up permanent high-level dedicated lanes, allowing buses to run on Pie-IX Boulevard, between Saint-Martin Boulevard in Laval and Pie metro station-IX, in Montreal. The 11-kilometre route will have 17 stations, with two in Laval and 15 in Montreal, and a 750-spot parking space at Laval’s terminal station. 2022 will see the delivery of most of the project—from Saint-Martin Boulevard in Laval to Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue in Montreal (except for the Jean-Talon section between Everett and Bélair). The delivery of the Jean-Talon section, including construction of a pedestrian tunnel between the Pie-IX BRT and the future Blue Line extension station, is planned for 2023. The construction is currently started in 2021 and will continue in 2022. Detailed engineering concerning a final 1.6-kilometre section from Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue to Notre-Dame Street East will be completed.

Project Owner: Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM) / Ministère des Transports (MTQ) / City of Montréal

Engineer: SNC-Lavalin (consulting); CIMA+; EXP (consulting

Contractor: Société de transport de Montréal (STM)

Project/Construction Manager: Pomerleau

Other Key Players: WSP (pre-feasibility study); HKA (claims support)

Consulting Engineer Name: SNC-Lavalin

Supplier Other: WSP (feasibility and design studies, eary works)

Legal: Borden Ladner Gervais

2022 Rank: 79

2021 Rank: 99

2020 Rank: 100


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