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The Décarie Expressway will have major road closures this weekend

The Décarie Expressway will have major road closures this weekend
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If you were thinking of taking the Décarie Expressway this weekend, you may want to rethink your plans due to a significant closure scheduled to take place.

The Décarie Expressway South (A-15) will be closed from midnight on Friday, March 22 until March 25, 2024, between the Metropolitaine Expressway (A-40) interchange and Jean-Talon Street. 

Additionally, Décarie Boulevard South will be closed from 10 pm on Friday until 7 am on Saturday between de la Côte-de-Liesse Street and Royalmount Avenue, and from 11 pm on Saturday until 7 am on Sunday.

According to the Ministry of Transport, the closure is necessary to replace a section of beam on the de la Savane Street overpass.

To install the pedestrian bridge between the De la Savane metro station and Royalmount Avenue, closures will also be implemented on Highway 15 north and the service roads in both directions.

Access to Décarie North from Highway 20 East and West and Saint-Jacques Street will be closed on weekends: from Friday midnight to Saturday 6 am, and then from Saturday midnight to Sunday 6 am. 

Furthermore, the ramps from Queen Mary Street, Jean-Talon Street, Sherbrooke Street, and Édouard-Montpetit Boulevard will also be closed during the same period.

Make sure to consult Québec 511 before heading out on the road.

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