So there's good news and bad news. The good news is, Montreal's Turcot Interchange reconstruction is moving along at a good pace and should be done soon!\nThe bad news is that more construction on the Turcot means even more major Montreal street closures and traffic headaches this weekend.\nTraffic in Montreal is something to be expected at this point but it's always good for drivers to know which sectors to avoid.\nEditor's Choice: 3 Montreal School Staff Members Are In Confinement After Testing Positive For COVID-19\nThis weekend, major sections of Highway 15 in the Turcot area will be completely shut down to traffic. Several detours will force drivers to find a new way to get around.\nTransports Québec said that the area should be avoided as much as possible.\nThe construction is required to "carry out finishing and realignment work."\nThis marks the second time in as many weeks that major construction will affect Turcot commutes on the weekend. Work will begin on Friday evening and continue until early Monday morning.\nHere's which areas drivers should avoid.\nHighway 15 south between the Turcot and the entrance of boulevard Gaétan-Laberge will be completely closed. The following entrances will also be closed:\nthe entrance to Highway 15 south/avenue Girouard;\n\n\nthe Turcot interchange ramp leading from Highway 15 south/Highway 20 west;\n\n\nand the Turcot interchange ramp leading from Highway 20 east/Highway 15 south.\nMinistère des Transports\nHighway 15 north will also be closed within the Turcot, including:\nExit 62 (De La Vérendrye/De l'Eglise), which will be closed until the end of September;\n\n\nthe entrance to Highway 15 north/De La Vérendrye;\n\n\nthe Turcot interchange ramp leading from Highway 20 east/Highway 15 north;\n\n\nand the Turcot interchange ramp leading from Autoroute 720 west/Autoroute 15 north.\nAlong with Turcot construction, Montrealers driving in Saint-Henri will have to contend with more street closures and detours.\nThe eastbound section of Saint-Jacques between Saint-Remi and du Courcelle will be closed to traffic. Its westbound section will be closed between Saint-Remi and Décarie.\nMinistère des Transports\nIn Verdun, one lane in each direction of boulevard De La Vérendrye between de l'Église and Saint-Patrick will be closed.\nRue Saint-Patrick will be closed until the end of September between rue Eadie and boulevard Monk.\n⛔️Fermetures - FDS du 28 août❌L’A-15 en direction sud entre l’échangeur Turcot et l’entrée en provenance du boulevard Gaétan-Laberge❌L’A-15 nord dans l’échangeur Turcot Planifiez vos déplacements.Plus d'infos👉https://t.co/yPm8OILyA3 pic.twitter.com/DNB2xGIIPM— Turcot (@MTQ_Turcot) August 26, 2020\nGood luck out there, Montreal drivers!