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The Port of Montreal has earmarked more than $335 million in its new five-year investment plan for its infrastructure on the Island of Montreal.
Now that the Port of Montreal is approaching its full container handling capacity, it wants to invest heavily in its infrastructure on the island, which stretches 26 km between Cité-du-Havre and the east end of the island.
Key projects planned for the next five years include: optimizing substations, which will make it possible for the port to meet the growing demand for electrical energy; optimizing rail capacity by adding six km of track, which will improve the fluidity of rail traffic and storage; and wharf modernization to safely accommodate vessels.
Read more in a press release from the Port of Montreal.