Category archives: Closures and detours

09
September
2014
09:15

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Communications

Honoré Mercier Bridge – One lane per direction for the weekend of September, 13 and 14, 2014

Also consult traffic for the week of September 8.

The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) and the Ministère des Transports du Québec (MTQ) announce the closure of one lane in each direction on the Honoré Mercier Bridge from Friday, September 12, 10 p.m. to Monday, September 15, 5 a.m.

The access ramp from La Prairie towards Montréal (Ramp 2) and the access ramp from Airlie Street towards the South Shore (except for buses) will also be closed during that period. The other access ramps will stay open.

Preparatory work for this project will require the closure of one lane out of two of the Montréal direction, on the Honoré Mercier Bridge the night of September 10, 2014, from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. During this phase, the access ramps from La Prairie and Châteauguay will be closed alternatively on the Montréal direction. In the event of unfavourable weather conditions, the closure will be postponed until the next day, September 11, 2014, from 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

On JCCBI side, this weekend closure of September 13 and 14, 2014 will allow the contractor to continue to complete intensive, round-the-clock reinforcement work on the steel structure of the Seaway section in preparation for the rehabilitation of its concrete deck next year.

On MTQ side, the replacement of structural elements will occurred under the bridge. This work will continue from Friday, September 19, 10 p.m. to Monday, September 22, 5 a.m.

Drivers can use the Champlain Bridge as an alternative, since no major closures are planned there for the Labour Day weekend.

Details of closures for the weekend of September 14 and 15, 2014

  • One lane open towards Montréal
  • One lane open towards the South Shore
  • Access ramp from Airlie Street towards the South Shore closed
  • Access ramp from La Prairie towards Montréal closed

PARTNERS WORKS

Night works on road 132 / 138

Work will begin on Sunday September 14, 2014 and will be completed by the end of November 2014, weather permitting. These works will be carried out at night to minimize inconvenience to our Community members, and businesses. The work is schedule to take place from Sunday to Thursday.

  • Sunday to Wednesday from 8 pm to 4:30am
  • Thursday from 10pm to 4:30 am.

Route 138 will be open to traffic throughout phase 1. One lane in each direction will be maintained in the work zone to accommodate vehicle traffic in both directions.  Proper signalization will be placed to ensure everyone’s safety. Further information about traffic control for phases 2 and 3 will be notified as the work progresses to keep stakeholders informed at all times.
For information : Ministère des Transports    Tél. : 450 698-3400
Toll free: 1-866-817-9848

For additional information on work and closures, visit the project blog, mercierbridge.ca or the web site quebec511.info.

Remind that the Honoré-Mercier is under both provincial and federal jurisdictions. For more information, take a look at the Ministère des Transports du Québec’s (MTQ) web page and at the Jacques Cartier Champlain Bridges Incorporated’s (JCCBI) web site.

Consult our practical information on DAILY COMMUTE.

 

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25
August
2014
16:46

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Communications

Honoré Mercier Bridge – One lane per direction for Labour Day weekend (August 29–September 1, 2014)

View the night closures during the week, August 25.

The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) and the Ministère des Transports du Québec (MTQ) are announcing that one lane in each direction will be closed on the Honoré Mercier bridge from 10 p.m. on Friday, August 29, until noon (12 p.m.) on Monday, September 1.

Work is scheduled for completion by noon on Monday, September 1, to better serve bridge users returning to the city after the long weekend.

The access ramp from La Prairie towards Montréal (Ramp 2) and the access ramp from Airlie Street towards the South Shore (except for buses) will also be closed during that period. The other access ramps will stay open.

On JCCBI side, this closure will allow the contractor to continue to complete intensive, round-the-clock reinforcement work on the steel structure of the Seaway section in preparation for the rehabilitation of its concrete deck next year.

On MTQ side, the replacement of structural elements will occurred under the bridge.

Drivers can use the Champlain Bridge as an alternative, since no major closures are planned there for the Labour Day weekend.

Details of closures, Labour Day Weekend

10 p.m., August 29 to 12 p.m., September 1

  • One lane open towards Montréal
  • One lane open towards the South Shore
  • Access ramp from Airlie Street towards the South Shore closed
  • Access ramp from La Prairie towards Montréal closed

For additional information on work and closures, visit the project blog, mercierbridge.ca or the web site quebec511.info.

Remind that the Honoré-Mercier is under both provincial and federal jurisdictions. For more information, take a look at the Ministère des Transports du Québec’s (MTQ) web page and at the Jacques Cartier Champlain Bridges Incorporated’s (JCCBI) web site.

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22
August
2014
14:49

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Communications

Honoré Mercier Bridge – One lane per direction during the nights of August 25, 26 & 27, 2014

We would like to announce the closure of one lane per direction on the Honoré Mercier Bridge, from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., on Monday, August 25, Tuesday, August 26 and Wednesday, August 27, 2014.

The access ramp from La Prairie towards Montréal (Ramp 2) will also be closed during that period. The other access ramps will stay open.

These closures will allow the Contractor to continue the reinforcement work on the steel structure of the Seaway section in preparation for the rehabilitation of its concrete deck next year.

Details of the closures

Monday August 25, Tuesday August 26 and Wednesday, August 27

From 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Consult our practical information on DAILY COMMUTE

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10
July
2014
16:36

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Communications

Honoré-Mercier Bridge: Major Hindrance to traffic planned begining the weekend of July 12 & 13, 2014

We would like to remind the public that half of the lanes the Honoré-Mercier Bridge will be closed for seven weeks from Friday, June 20, at 9:00 p.m. to Monday, August 11, at 5:00 a.m.

One lane will be open per direction while work takes placeConsult the details.

During this period, major work will take place day and night to replace a section of the deck on the federal portion of the Honoré Mercier Bridge, as well as to replace expansion joints and bridge bearings, and to carry out paving and marking work.

Also consult our other information about this major work:

DETAILS OF SEVEN WEEKS HINDRANCES ON THE HONORÉ MERCIER BRIDGE

Speed limit will be 50 km/hr.

  • One lane open towards Montreal (width 3.3 meters).
  • One lane open towards the South Shore (width 3 meters).
  • Service road between Route 132 > 138 closed.
    • Detour by Old Malone Road.
  • Service road between Route 138 > 132 open.
  • Access ramp from Châteauguay towards Montreal closed.
    • Detour by the service road 138 > 132 and the access ramp from La Prairie.
  • Access ramp from La Prairie towards Montreal open.
  • Access ramp from Airlie Street towards the South Shore closed.
    • Expect for buses.
  • Exit towards La Prairie open.
  • Exit towards Châteauguay open.
  • Exits on Montreal shore open.

The upriver bridge (West side) will be completely closed to traffic. One lane will be open per direction on the downriver bridge (East side).

HINDRANCES TO TRAFFIC AND DETOURS MAP

2014-06-20 10_55_58-Pont Mercier -travaux PJCCI 2014 - présentation des travaux_EN.pptx - PowerPoint

Take note that the Honoré-Mercier is under both provincial and federal jurisdictions. For more information, take a look at the Ministère des Transports du Québec’s (MTQ) web page and at the Jacques Cartier Champlain Bridges Incorporated’s (JCCBI) web site.

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