Montréal at the Crossroads, edited by Pierre Gauthier, Jochen Jaeger, and Jason Princer
Keywords:Transport, Public Policy, Environmental Planning
AbstractMontreal at the Crossroads is an overview of the issues surrounding the provincial government's proposal to rebuild the aging Turcot Interchange. In a broad sense, it discusses whether it is appropriate to rebuild aging highway infrastructure or whether the need for highway infrastructure renewal should be an opportunity to make major changes in the urban transportation network. Each chapter was written by different authors and contributes a separate view of the Turcot Interchange and the proposals to rebuild it.
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