25
July
2014
20:06

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Major works Progress as of July 25, 2014

Reminder : Please note that there is no complete closure this weekend. View lanes configuration on the bridge and detour routes available.

The worksite is still progressing well. Here is a chart which will be publish every Friday in the coming weeks in order to follow the worksite progress.

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To enlarge the worksite progress chart, click here.

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

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REMINDER : DETAILS OF THE MAJOR WORKS

To better understand this major worksite and the its different phases : Mercier Bridge – 2014 JCCBI Work – Presentation of this major Worksite.

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18
July
2014
19:32

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Communications

Major works Progress as of July 18, 2014

Reminder : Please note that there is no complete closure this weekend. View lanes configuration on the bridge and detour routes available.

The worksite is still progressing well on the federal section of the Honoré-Mercier Bridge. Here is a chart which will be publish every Friday in the coming weeks in order to follow the worksite progress.

PHM - Avancement travaux blitz 2014_2014-07-18-lowres-01

To enlarge the worksite progress chart, click here.

Photo of the week

Post-tensioning of span 26 (steal cables are installed to hold together all the new concrete deck slabs).

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Reminder : details of the major works

To better understand this major worksite and the its different phases : Mercier Bridge – 2014 JCCBI Work – Presentation of this major Worksite.

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15
July
2014
18:13

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Communications

Honoré-Mercier Bridge – Complete closure avoided, new procedure in place

We wish to inform road users that the complete closure scheduled on Honoré-Mercier Bridge for the night of July 19 to July 20 will be avoided.

The closure was necessary in order to proceed with concreting operations in the crossover section between both directions of the bridge and avoid the vibrations caused by traffic while the concrete cures.

This closure that initially affected all road users was reviewed and a new procedure was proposed in order to limit the vibrations due to traffic flow. Construction work will occur early Friday morning, when trucks are already prohibited from travelling on the bridge towards Montreal. Moreover, patrols will be on location in order to enforce a lower speed limit and reduce the vibrations from traffic.

One lane will be kept open in each direction on the Bridge during the operation like usual during the actual seven weeks of work.

This new procedure should not cause any major impact on traffic and satisfies the demands of the partners Comité de suivi du pont Mercier, so as to limit the impact on traffic as much as possible.

PJCCI also wishes to remind users that major work is currently underway on the federal section of the Honoré Mercier Bridge and will continue, day and night, for the next seven weeks, from June 20 to August 11, 2014, to replace a section of the deck and replace the expansion joints, install new bearings and proceed with paving and marking work.

Information on all traffic barriers, proposed detours and traffic specifications are available on this blog.

Here’s the zone which will be concreted:

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11
July
2014
15:58

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Communications

Major works Progress as of July 11, 2014

Please note that there is no complete closure this weekend. View lanes configuration on the bridge and detour routes available

Work is progressing well on the federal section of the Honoré-Mercier Bridge. Here is a chart which will be publish every Friday in the coming weeks in order to follow the worksite progress.

PHM - Avancement travaux blitz 2014_2014-07-11-low-res-01

To enlarge the worksite progress chart, click here.

Photo of the week

Removing old concrete deck, span 26.

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Reminder : details of the major works

To better understand this major worksite and the its different phases : Mercier Bridge – 2014 JCCBI Work – Presentation of this major Worksite.

WORKS by the MTQ : Work on the Saint-Pierre interchange, Montréal

We are sorry we only received the french version by the MTQ.

Fermeture de deux bretelles de l’échangeur cette fin de semaine

Montréal, le 10 juillet 2014 – Dans le cadre des travaux de réfection de l’échangeur Saint-Pierre, le ministère des Transports poursuit la réparation des côtés extérieurs et du dessous de la bretelle menant de l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest à la route 138 en direction ouest.

Le Ministère poursuivra également la réparation des côtés extérieurs de la bretelle menant de la route 138 en direction est à l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest. Ces travaux entraîneront la fermeture complète de ces bretelles de l’échangeur cette fin de semaine.

Entraves et gestion de la circulation Fin de semaine du vendredi 11 juillet au lundi 14 juillet

  • Fermeture complète de la bretelle menant de l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest à la route 138 en direction ouest (vers le pont Honoré-Mercier), de 5 h samedi à 5 h lundi.

Les usagers de la route seront invités à emprunter la voie de desserte de l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest jusqu’à la 1re Avenue et à y faire demi-tour pour revenir vers la route 138 via la voie de desserte de l’autoroute 20 en direction est.

  •  Fermeture complète de la bretelle menant de la route 138 en direction est (en provenance du pont Honoré-Mercier) à l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest, de 6 h samedi à 5 h lundi.

Les usagers seront invités à emprunter la bretelle menant de la route 138 en direction est à l’autoroute 20 en direction est et à suivre la signalisation de détour pour accéder à l’autoroute 20 en direction ouest.

En cas de conditions météorologiques défavorables ou de contraintes opérationnelles, ces entraves pourraient être reportées.

En 2014, plusieurs chantiers seront en cours sur le réseau du ministère des Transports. Les usagers de la route sont invités à consulter la section Mobilité Montréal du site quebec511.info pour planifier leurs déplacements. Il y a toujours des chantiers sur les routes du Québec, où s’activent travailleurs et signaleurs. La consigne à respecter demeure : quand c’est orange, on redouble de prudence!

Source : Ministère des Transports
Tél. : 450 698-3400 / Numéro sans frais : 1-866-817-9848

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