MONTREAL – The bridge Samuel-De Champlain will be completely closed to traffic this weekend in the direction of Montreal.
Signature on the St. Lawrence river (SSL) must proceed to the finishing work on the book and its different approaches, explained Mobility Montreal, by issuing a press release.
The complete closure will be in effect from Friday, 23 to Monday, 5 am, on highway 10 west, between the exit for autoroute 30 Brossard and The Île-des-soeurs in Montreal.
Motorists are asked to use the bridges Victoria and Jacques-Cartier for their travel, or even the bridge-tunnel Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine, located further to the east.
In addition, other barriers are likely to complicate travel on highway 15 north, up to the Turcot interchange. This is the case of planned work on the cable-stayed bridge over the Lachine canal. Thus, the A-15 north will be closed to traffic from Friday, 23, Monday, 5 o’clock, between the exit of boulevard Gaétan-Laberge and the Turcot interchange.
Other barriers of the weekend in Montreal:
- Closure of the ramp from the Turcot interchange leading to the A-15 north to A-20 west from Friday 22 to Monday 5 a.m.
- Complete closure of the A-15 south between the Turcot interchange and the entrance from the boulevard de La Vérendrye Friday 22 p.m. to Monday 5 a.m.
- Closure of the Saint-Patrick street between the avenue of the Church, and Cabot street, under the A-15, Friday 22 p.m. to Monday 5 a.m.
- Closure of the Saint-Pierre street between Notre-Dame street West and Richmond street, in the A-20, Friday 22 p.m. to Monday 5 a.m.
- Complete closure of the A-520 is between the rond-point Dorval and the entrance to the boulevard Roméo-Vachon Friday 23: 59 to Sunday 6am
- Complete closure of the A-520 west between exit 2 and the entrance to the boulevard McMillan to Friday 23: 59 to Sunday 6am