Transport Canada (TC) has reported that C$500 million (US$398.95 million) in new government investments are slated for the construction of a Réseau express métropolitain (REM) station at the Montréal-Trudeau International Airport.
Réseau express métropolitain
One of the oldest names in “people movers” has landed major contracts at three Canadian transit agencies.
The project office of Montreal’s automated light rail network, Réseau express métropolitain (REM), has officially unveiled the first four light rail vehicles. The 67-km (41.6-mile) network is expected to begin partial service in 2022 with full operation in 2024 with 26 stations, connecting downtown Montreal to the South Shore, North Shore, West Island and Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.
Montreal’s futuristic, for-profit passenger railway system, Réseau express métropolitain (REM), moved from concept to concrete Feb. 8 with the award of $C6.3 billion of construction contracts by its owner-operator, Caisse de dépot et placement, Quebec’s huge public pension fund.