Mascouche will invest $40 million to improve its road network and parks

Credit: Courtesy of the City of Mascouche.

The arrival of summer is synonymous with the start of several works on the roads as well as in the parks of Mascouche since the Lanaudière municipality will invest $40 million to update and improve municipal infrastructure.

For example, asphalt work will be carried out on Iberville, Saint-Philippe, Woodfern, Moorecrest, Crescent and Louis-Hébert streets between June and September.

The year 2024 will also mark the start of the second phase of work on Chemin des Anglais.

A complete renovation will be carried out between Raymond Boulevard and Sainte-Marie Road.

In addition, traffic lights will be added at the intersections with Rawlinson Street and Garden Avenue.

Work will also take place in 2025 and 2026 at the Station Street intersection as well as between Raymond Boulevard and Highway 640.

They will notably allow the addition of a light at the intersection of Station Street in addition to aiming to improve the fluidity of travel, safety and mobility.

Several interventions are also planned in the parks present in the territory of Mascouche while water games will be set up at Chambéry park.

The baseball field at Armand-Nadeau Park will undergo a facelift in the fall.

Swings will be added to the Gare park and a new outdoor entertainment area will be built in the same area.

It will include modules for children and water games.

Finally, the upgrading of one pumping station and the reconstruction of another will also be included in the work which should be carried out this summer.


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