Travel to the South Shore will not be fun as road work will affect many roadways.
The bridge will undergo repair and maintenance work until 5 a.m. Monday. The span toward Kahnawake will be closed completely and only one lane in the opposite direction will be open. By default, the same work will close the entrance to Airlie St. where the roadway connects with Highway 138.
Exit 63 on Highway 20 westbound (connecting motorists to the bridge as well as 1st. Ave and Dollard Ave.) will also be completely closed.
Transport Quebec predicts future work will create other weekend closings on the same bridge until mid-December.
The southbound section of the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine Tunnel will be completely closed on Sunday from midnight to 9 a.m., with no traffic between Exit 4 (to downtown Montreal) and Highway 132 on the South Shore. A detour will direct motorists to the Jacques Cartier Bridge.
A long section of Highway 10 west on the South Shore, from Highway 30 to the Champlain Bridge, will be completely closed until 5 a.m. Monday. A detour will direct motorists to Highway 30 west to Matte Blvd. and then east along Highway 132 to the Champlain Bridge. A section of Highway 10 east toward the Champlain Bridge will also be completely closed from 5 a.m. Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday. A detour will take motorists to Gaétan Laberge Blvd. to the new entrance for Highway 15 south.
The sections of the Turcot that connect motorists on Highway 20 eastbound to Highway 15 north, and from Highway 15 south to Highway 20 west, will be completely closed until 5 a.m. on Monday. Detours will be set up in both directions.
The ramps connecting Highway 720 and the Décarie Expressway in both directions will also be closed until 5 a.m. Monday.
Work in the same area will force the closing of Notre-Dame St. W., between de Carillon Ave. and Monk Blvd., that is directly underneath a section of the Turcot Interchange.