21
July
2014
14:41

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Jacques-Cartier Bridge: Traffic of the week of July 21, 2014

Because of the works of the CSEM > until August 4th > two lanes open in each direction at any time.

wednesday July 16

8:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. > COMPLETE CLOSURE fireworks displays at La Ronde

Partners Important Work

  • CSEM : July 21 to beginning of August > South Shore Direction > Access ramp coming from Papineau North > One lane open out of two. More info.
  • Bell Canada : July 23 to beginning of August  > Montréal Direction > Exit to De Lorimier North > Two lanes open out of three coming from the Bridge and deviation to the East. More info.

* IMPORTANT * Please note that the Jacques Cartier bridge is regularly open to one lane in each direction during the night from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. when traffic is low. The Sûreté du Québec, using traffic cameras, determines the timing of those closures depending on the traffic flow. This is recommended late at night for safety, as the Jacques-Cartier bridge does not have a central median. When traffic is heavy, such closures do not occur.

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18
July
2014
07:58

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Activities and Events Just 2 steps from the bridge – July, 2014

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La Chronique informs you of the events happening mere steps away from the bridge!

Do you have suggestions for us, or want to share activities or pictures? Write us at communications@pjcci.ca

  • LA COOP LES VALORISTES invites you to bring back your redeemable beverage containers under Jacques-Cartier Bridge (at the corner of De Lorimier and De Maisonneuve) between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. You’ll get your deposit back and there’s no limit to how many containers you can bring. Happening all summer long! Spread the word!
  • Don’t miss L’Homme qui plantait des arbres, the magnificent MOSAÏCULTURE set up as you exit Jacques Cartier Bridge in Montreal!

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  • For its 2nd edition, LE VILLAGE ÉPHÉMÈRE  will take place during two months at Pied-du-Courant, a site providing an exceptional view of the river, Jacques-Cartier Bridge, La Ronde, and L’International des Feux Loto Québec. This year, this festive and creative space will take the form of a traditional boardwalk that borders pavilions, a street kitchen, and a beer garden. It also includes a beach where you’ll find numerous animated activities. Moreover, you’ll be able to see two of Jacques-Cartier Bridge’s original structural bearings set up on the beach just for the occasion!

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  • The FÊTE DES ENFANTS DE MONTRÉAL will take place July 19th and 20th at Parc Jean-Drapeau! This free event takes place in a magical setting where various sporting, artistic, cultural, and science-related activities are organized for children and their families.
  • From July 27 to August 10, the WORLD MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS will take place at Parc Jean-Drapeau! FINA has made its decision. The World Masters Championships (swimmers aged 25 and up) will be held in Montreal in 2014. Approximately 8,000 athletes from 60 countries will participate in swimming, open water, diving, water-polo, and synchronized swimming competitions.

This community blog post aims to inform you about the various activities taking place under and around Jacques Cartier Bridge.

Do you have suggestions for us, or want to share activities or pictures? Write us at communications@pjcci.ca

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17
July
2014
14:04

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Jacques-Cartier Bridge: Traffic of the weekend of July 19 & 20, 2014

Saturday 19 July

* IMPORTANT * Please note that the Jacques Cartier bridge is regularly open to one lane in each direction during the night from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. when traffic is low. The Sûreté du Québec, using traffic cameras, determines the timing of those closures depending on the traffic flow. This is recommended late at night for safety, as the Jacques-Cartier bridge does not have a central median. When traffic is heavy, such closures do not occur.

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14
July
2014
13:28

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Jacques-Cartier Bridge: Traffic of the week of July 14, 2014

tuesday July 15

  • 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. > Montreal Direction > Access ramp from St-Laurent Street closed

wednesday July 16

Bike path work

We want to inform you that the construction work that was planned to occur over a two-week period between mid-May and mid-June has been delayed until the end of August. During that time, the repair work will impact the bike path for approximately two weeks. However, this will be the final phase of the works that began last year to improve the path.

The construction work was postponed due to delays in the manufacturing and delivery of a signalling super-structure. The work on the bike path and the installation of the super-structure were planned to occur at the same time in order to optimize both work sites and reduce closures.

Construction was delayed because the super-structure was not ready. Considering the high traffic flow during the summer season, it is preferable to try to limit the duration of this intervention scheduled for the end of August.

* IMPORTANT * Please note that the Jacques Cartier bridge is regularly open to one lane in each direction during the night from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. when traffic is low. The Sûreté du Québec, using traffic cameras, determines the timing of those closures depending on the traffic flow. This is recommended late at night for safety, as the Jacques-Cartier bridge does not have a central median. When traffic is heavy, such closures do not occur.

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