Several barriers motorway are planned for the end of the week, primarily between the heat exchanger and Saint-Pierre and the junction of highways 10 and 30.
Highway 20 West will be closed between junctions of St-Pierre and Turcot Friday 22 p.m. to Monday, 5 h.
The recommended detour passes through the highway 15 North, 40 West, 520 West, then 13 South to highway 20.
De facto, the shoulder straps that lead to highway 20 West will be closed at the Turcot interchange. The detour main is advised for all motorists.
For those coming from highway 15 North, it is advisable to make a u-turn by the centre-ville of Montreal, taking the exit 3 of route 136, street, Guy, René-Lévesque boulevard West and back on the road 136 in the opposite direction to the street of the Fort.
Highway 15 South will be closed at the Turcot interchange to Atwater avenue on Friday 22 p.m. to Monday, 5 h.
Motorists will be asked to take route 136 to Atwater avenue and take the highway in this way.
Note that only one lane will be available on the highway to the boulevard Gaetan-Laberge.
Highway 10 is closed from the exit 4 up to the junction with the highway a-15 south from Friday 22 p.m. to Monday, 5 h.
Cars must take the boulevard Gaetan-Laberge, to join highway 15.
The same highway will be closed between exit 15, at Longueuil, and highway 30 because of work on the REM.
It will go through the junction for highway 132 West, then take the exit 50 for the Matte boulevard and take the highway 30 East.