Grande Allée, Québec
Grande Allée, one of the most illustrious arteries in Quebec City, runs parallel to the Saint Lawrence River, alongside the Parliament Building and through the boroughs of La Cité-Limoilou and Sainte-Foy-Sillery-Cap-Rouge. It is renowned for its restaurants and architecture.
Grande-Allée East runs by the Parc de la Francophonie towards the Plains of Abraham and by Bois-de-Coulonge Park at its west end. At this point, a major branch breaks off into Chemin Saint-Louis and the main artery turns into Laurier Boulevard which extends all the way to the Quebec and Laporte bridges.
$9 million ($6M engineering and $3M site development) went into a overhauling the area between the Concorde Hotel and the Museum. The sewer system was modernized and concrete pavers and urban furnishings were added to rejuvenate the boulevard.
Bolduc Avenue pavers were used to cover 80,500 sq. ft. of sidewalks and pedestrian crossings.
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