DORVAL – For the three days of the holiday weekend, starting on Friday at 7 p.m. AMT service will be down until Monday evening.
The service is down for maintenance. The Montreal-bound lane of the Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel is also closed until 2 p.m. Monday.
In the West Island, it’s a situation that highlights some long-awaited projects like the Train de l’Ouest.
“It’s a clear example of why we’ve been fighting so hard for the Train de l’Ouest,” said Clifford Lincoln, who’s spearheaded a group to push for the project.
There were few commuters out on Sunday, but that didn’t keep West Islanders from letting their opinions known about the matter.
“It’s such a huge problem that I had to move downtown to make it viable to go to school on a regular basis,” said Eric Davies, a former resident of St. Anne’s who attends Concordia.
“The times are inconvenient too,” said Samara Ieraci, a Kirkland resident. “During the weekday, they have one that goes at 8:40 a.m. and then there’s nothing till 11 a.m.,” she said.
The AMT is filling the service gap with buses. But users still aren’t happy.
“Those buses are often late,” Ieraci said, waiting in line. “Like right now. It’s late.”