Get ready for even more major road construction in Montreal.\nThe provincial government is making a huge investment to improve and repair Montreal's infrastructure.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\n2020 will see the start of yet more construction in Montreal. This time, much of it will be even closer to downtown than the Turcot project. Starting this year, the Ville-Marie and Viger tunnels, as well as the Louis-H.-Lafontaine tunnel in Montreal's East End will be under construction. Chantal Rouleau, Minister for Transport and Minister of the Metropolis announced an investment of $1.1 billion to improve and repair Montreal's road networks.\n"These investments will improve our travel and ensure the sustainability of our road network," said Rouleau at a press conference Tuesday morning.\nThough the projects won't begin until the Turcot Interchange is close to finished, Montreal drivers won't be out of the orange cone woods for quite some time. Along with the tunnels, many local streets and highways will also be affected.\nThe investment, which runs until 2022, will cover three major road projects: a major renovation and repair of the three tunnels; the reconstruction of Autoroute 40; and the repair of the Saint-Pierre interchange bridges.\nMinister Rouleau and the CAQ will allocate $47.5 million for roads, $971.3 for major structures, and $62.9 million for safety and efficiency.\n"The Montreal metropolitan region has an extensive road network that is essential to our economic and social development," said Rouleau.\n"The government is investing as never before in public transit services, but we also have the challenge of maintaining our infrastructure."\n"Investing massively in our infrastructure means ensuring safer, more efficient and more fluid travel for all Quebecers," wrote Transport Minister François Bonnardel in a press release.\nWith significant amounts of money invested in Montreal's infrastructure, the seemingly endless amount of construction will continue for the foreseeable future.\nMinister of Transport & the Metropole @rouleauchantal announced a huge investment into #Montreal’s roads this morning. Starting this year, three of the city’s major tunnels, the Ville Marie, Viger & Louis-H-Lafontaine will be under major construction. #polmtl #polqc pic.twitter.com/a7QlNpkTQt— Teddy Elliot (@TeddyElliotMTL) March 3, 2020\nIn 2018, Project Montréal announced a $6.4 billion investment over three years to upgrading and improving Montreal's road infrastructure. Today's investment adds to that original investment but will focus on different projects.\nWith work planned until 2022, it'll be quite difficult to drive around the Sud-Ouest and around the Turcot area.\nMontreal will see a total of 43 projects across the entire metropolitan area from now until 2022.\nREAD ALSO: All The Montreal Metro Construction That Could Mess Up Your Daily Commute This Year\nHere's just a taste of what kind of work there'll be in Montreal and where it'll take place in the city.\nUpgrading signage and lighting on major road networks;\n\n\nReconfiguring boulevard Notre-Dame Ouest between boulevard Angignon and de Courcelle; \n\n\nReconstruction of the Autoroute 13 bridge, under Autoroute 40;\n\n\nInstalling fibre optic cables on the Champlain Bridge;\n\n\nA major renovation of the Pie-IX bridge; \n\n\nAsphalting Autoroute 15 Nord, between Sherbrooke O. and Autoroute 40;\n\n\nRepairing the major structures on Autoroute 720;\nEn cette semaine de relâche, la congestion du matin et du retour à la maison est moins importante. 👍Par contre, elle peut survenir à tout moment dans la journée. 😕Cochez Circulation dans l’application Québec 511 pour voir les conditions de circulation en temps réel. 😉 pic.twitter.com/2z7g4mtIPr— Transports Québec (@Transports_Qc) March 2, 2020\nExpect these and many more projects starting this year, going to 2022 and beyond.\n🤯 Saviez-vous que plus de 1600 véhicules circulent sur le réseau routier du #MTQ pour effectuer l’entretien hivernal❓Et qu’encore plus d’employé(e)s sont dévoués à la sécurité des usagers sur les routes? 💁♂️💁♀️Merci pour votre bon travail! 🙏😉 pic.twitter.com/vIaubXyECE— Transports Québec (@Transports_Qc) February 26, 2020\nTo find out more about this investment, visit the Ministry of Transport's official website.