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The Societe de transport de Montreal (STM) on Monday released the design for a new entrance building at its Mont-Royal station on the Orange Line subway route.
As part of a reconstruction project, the agency is building two new elevators at the station and enhancing lighting. STM expects to kick off the $20 million project (in Canadian dollars) in January 2018 and complete it by April 2020, agency officials said in a press release.Built in 1966, the station serves 5 million people each year.
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