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The highly anticipated "third link" tunnel project connecting Québec to Lévis is no longer prioritizing car lanes, according to the Journal de Québec and confirmed to MTL Blog by Minister of Transport Geneviève Guilbault's spokesperson Maxime Roy via email.

Guilbault is set to formally announce this shift in focus at a press conference on Thursday, Roy told MTL Blog. Initial plans for the third-link tunnel included three lanes in each direction stacked on top of each other in a two-level setup, with one lane in each direction reserved for electric buses, plus connections to Québec City's forthcoming tramway.

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You may remember that Montreal's Highway 40 was partially repaved in 2021, putting an end to construction on the dreadful roaring concrete rampart for the foreseeable future.

Haha, just kidding.

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There was a 10-kilometre traffic jam on Highway 15 in Laval this morning, according to the Ministry of Transport.

The massive jam was caused by an accident.

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Montrealers will soon have a new urban playground to enjoy. The Ministry of Transport (MTQ) and the City of Montreal have unveiled their plans for an ambitious and expansive green space at the foot of what's known as the "falaise Saint-Jacques" near the Turcot Interchange.

The final concept calls for a multi-use path, rest stops, and a small parking lot. 

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