Caisse lifts veil on Montreal commuter train plan

June 16, 2016

The Suburban

Caisse de Depôt and Placement Quebec (CDPQ) has taken the wraps off its proposed quick and efficient rail commute for West Island residents who want to make their way downtown.Website Insert 5000 New Seats copy

The plan makes no provision for West Island’s already-overloaded North-South arteries—St Jean, St Charles and Sources—which already often grind to a standstill, even after rush hour is over.

CDPQ held an open house, June 9, to meet West Island residents and answer their questions about its commuter train project.

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