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Update: Mercier Bridge traffic notes

05/26/2011

The Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke would like to remind road users of the various works planned over the next few weeks on the Mercier Bridge. Please note works planned to begin this Friday.

•    Friday, May 27th at 10pm: The contractor will completely close the Kahnawà:ke-bound lanes (Route 138 West) of the Mercier bridge, with counter-flow traffic detoured to the Montreal-bound lanes (Route 138 East) in order to perform emergency work on the upstream bridge. The counter-flow traffic will stay in place until Saturday morning, May 28th at 10am, at which time the bridge will be completely reopened to traffic (see map below).



The entrance to Route 138 West at Airlie Street will be completely closed to traffic between 10pm Friday, May 27th and 10am Saturday, May 28th to allow for the counter-flow traffic on Route 138 East.  A detour is planned via Lafleur Avenue, Clement Street, des Oblats Street and Route 138 West.

•    Friday, June 10th at 11:59pm: The contractor will completely close the Kahnawà:ke-bound lanes (Route 138 West) on the Mercier bridge with counter-flow traffic diverted to the Montreal-bound lanes (Route 138 East) in order to install gusset plates on the upstream bridge. The counter-flow traffic will stay in place for the whole weekend with a complete reopening of the bridge Sunday, June 12th at 11pm.

The entrance at Airlie Street will be completely closed to traffic between 11:59pm Friday, June 10th and 10pm on Sunday, June 12th to allow for the counter-flow traffic on Route 138 East. A detour is planned via Lafleur Avenue, Clement Street, des Oblats Street and Route 138 West.
 
Please be vigilant behind the wheel and obey the posted speed limits as you approach construction zones. Visit www.quebec511.gouv.qc.ca for information on all construction zones.

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