Commuters taking the Vaudreuil-Hudson, Candiac and St-Jerôme train lines will be noticing certain train disruptions for the rest of the year while the AMT does some major work.
The Agence métropolitain de transport/Metropolitain Train Agency says it'll be working mostly on the Vaudreuil-Hudson line with some minor work on the Candiac and St-Jerôme lines. The work will be carried out mainly outside of rush hours and on weekends.
That'll mean some service slowdowns during the week because of speed restrictions to allow for safe travels. It'll also mean there won't be any service during some weekends on the Vaudreuil-Hudson line, including the long Canada Day weekend (June 28, 29, 30 and July 1). The AMT will be offering bus service then, except on June 30, when there won't be any train service on all three lines and there won't be any alternative transportation.
The work includes updating the signalling system, adding connecting tracks, and regular maintenance of the tracks between the Vaudreuil and Lucien-L'Allier stations.