And now for something completely different: The Angrignon Interchange will be open in both directions on Monday morning.
That’s a full three months ahead of schedule, according to Transport Québec.
We now bring you back to our regular programming of construction road closings.
The Mercier Bridge will be cut down to one lane in both directions until Monday at 5 a.m.
Meanwhile, access to the Montreal-bound section of the Champlain Bridge will be limited. Just before, Exit 11 on westbound Highway 10, drivers will have to use the service road until signs point them back toward the bridge. The closings are in effect until Monday at 5 a.m.
Commuters headed east on Highway 10 might hit a snag as they come off the Champlain Bridge as one of three lanes will be closed at the Route 132 merger. Work will last until Monday at 5 a.m.
One of three lanes on southbound Highway 15 will be closed between Atwater Ave. and Gaétan Laberge Blvd. until 5 a.m. Monday.
A number of closings will affect the Turcot Interchange. The exit merging eastbound Highway 20 to Highway 15 South will be sealed off until Monday at 5 a.m. Two of three eastbound lanes will also be closed between Angrignon Blvd. and the St. Pierre Interchange.
Angrignon Blvd. will be closed between St. Patrick St. and Highway 20 until Monday at 5 a.m.