MONTREAL | surroundings of the Turcot interchange, are to be avoided at the end of the week, since a portion of the highways will be closed due to construction.
As well, the highway 20 West will be completely closed between junctions Turcot and Saint-Pierre on Friday 21 p.m. to Monday, 5 h.
The deviation considered is to take the highway 15 North to the Décarie interchange, then take highway 40 West, highway 520 West to highway 13 South to take the highway 20.
Highway 20 Is and its sequel, the road 136, are closed from Thursday 21 p.m. and until Monday at 5 p.m. between the Turcot interchange and the Ville-Marie tunnel.
Motorists are advised to exit at exit 61 on highway 15 South and up the avenue Atwater and rue Saint-Jacques and back on the road 136 to the height of the street from the Cathedral.
Elsewhere in Montreal, the number of lanes on the Jacques-Cartier bridge will be reduced to one on each side of Friday 20 a.m. to Monday 12 noon
The exit 60 of autoroute 40 West to highway 13 will be closed from Friday 23 p.m. to Sunday 9 a.m. It will be necessary to make a u-turn to exit 55 to be able to go on the A-13.
The boulevard Gaétan-Laberge will also be closed from Friday 23 p.m. to Monday 5 a.m., because of the work of the EMN, between Hickson street and highway 10. The junction of this last to the boulevard is also closed.