Major hurdles will complicate travel on the road network this weekend, especially at the Durkot and Saint-Pierre interchanges, as well as on the Bonaventure Expressway. Mobility Montreal invites motorists to avoid these areas.
At the Turquoise Interchange, the curve from Route 136 West to Autorut 15 North will be completely closed from 10pm on Friday to 5am on Monday. Drivers will be invited to take a detour through the curve toward the west of Highway 20.
The Route St.-Jacques Gateway, which runs west of Autorot 15 North, will also be inaccessible during the same period.
Regarding the Saint-Pierre Interchange, the curve from Route 20 West to Route 138 West will be blocked from 11:59 pm on Fridays to 5am on Mondays. Motorists can exit at 63 and take the alternate route.
On Friday from 11pm to 8am on Saturday, Highway 10 between Wellington Street and Victoria Bridge will be completely blocked. All other routes will be closed in the same area from 8 a.m. Saturday to 5 p.m. Monday.
The Bonaventure Expressway will be inaccessible between Exit 4 and L’Île-des-Sœurs from 10pm on Friday to 5am on Monday.
The entrance to Highway 15 South and Adwater Avenue for the Samuel-de Sampline Bridge will also be closed from 11pm on Friday to 5am on Monday.
In Kahnawak, the curve 138 west from the Honor-Mercier Bridge to Chattanooga will be closed from 10pm on Friday to 5pm on Monday. Route 138 from the east to the bridge will be inaccessible to all other lanes at the same time.
The Metropolitan Expressway, one of the three lanes east and on Service Road at the level of the Langley Boulevard flyover, will be closed from 10pm on Friday to 5pm on Monday. By default, the Langley Boulevard entrance is off the metropolitan expressway.
One-third of the route west of Auto Route 40 near Auto Route 13 will be blocked.
Ru Saint-Antoine will be closed between 8pm on Friday night and 5am on Monday, between Rue Mansfield and Boulevard Robert-Bouza.
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