November 29, 2021

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Road Network | Major disruptions this weekend

Road Network |  Major disruptions this weekend

Major obstacles this weekend will complicate travel on the road network, especially on the north side of Highway 25, in the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine tunnel. Mobility invites motorists to avoid the Montreal area.


Florence Morin-Martel

Florence Morin-Martel
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Highway 25 Northbound Exit 90 and the entrance to Notre-Dame Est / Kuratto Streets, including the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine Tunnel, will be completely closed from 12:30 pm on Saturday until 5am on Monday. Drivers are invited to take a detour through Exit 82 for Jacques-Cartier Bridge, Exit Avenue de Lormiier Sud, Rue Notre-Dame Est, Rue Dixon and Avenue Souligny.

Photo provided by the Ministry of Transport

North A25, in the Louis-H.-La Fontaine Tunnel, weekend October 29th.

By default, the western rue Notre-Dame Est closes between 10 pm on Friday between rue Curatteau and rue De Boucherville. On the South Shore, the ramps leading from Route 132 East and West to Route 25 North will be closed Friday night at 11:30 p.m. Boulevard Mary-Victorine Same view for entrances to the East and West and Ill-Street. Charon.

Photo provided by the Ministry of Transport

A25 North, Tunnel Sector and Souligny Avenue, weekend October 29th.

Highway 10, east of the entrance on Wellington Street and Carrie-Derrick Street, will be completely closed from 11pm on Friday to 8am on Saturday. Same scene for nights from Saturday to Sunday and from Sunday to Monday. Motorists can take a detour through the streets of Wellington, Saint-Patrick, Bridge, Irish and Chemin des Moulins.

As for Highway 10 Westbound, it will be completely closed between Exit 2 and Wellington Street from 11pm on Friday to 8am on Saturday.

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