Major Road Closures Will Immobilize Montreal This Weekend - MTL Blog

Major Road Closures Will Immobilize Montreal This Weekend

Here are the roads to avoid.

Surprise, surprise, Montreal is in for another weekend of endless road closures and horrendous traffic.

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Some drivers have even reported traffic on Montreal highways as late as 3am.

To help you prepare you travel routes, we've compiled a complete list of road and highway closures in the Montreal area.

Stay safe out there!

Victoria Bridge

– only one lane will be open in both directions until Monday morning


Highway 10

– the highway is restricted to two lanes in both directions between Rue Clement and the Victoria Bridge
– eastbound access to A-15 south is completely closed


Highway 13

– southbound on the Chomedey Expressway is reduced to two lanes
– access to A-40 west is completely closed
– the ramp from A-13 north to A-40 west is is closed until Monday at 5:30am
– the service road from A-13 south to A-40 east is is completely closed


Highway 15

– northbound on the de la Jetée Bridge is reduced to two lanes
– northbound between exit 58 and Blvd. Gaétan-Laberge is closed from 11pm Friday to 5am Monday
– access to the Highway from Île-des-sœurs is closed until 5am Monday
– northbound exit 61 to Ave. Atwater is completely closed
– the ramp from A-15 south to A-20 west is closed for midnight Friday to 5am Monday
– the on-ramp to A-15 south from Blvd. de la Vérendrye is completely closed
– the ramp from A-15 north to A-20 west is completely closed
– the ramp from A-15 north to A-720 east is also completely closed
– southbound access to A-720 east is also blocked until 5am Monday
– the access ramp to A-15 north is reduced to one lane
– access to A-15 south from Ave. Girouard is completely closed until Monday at 5am
– northbound from the Turcot Interchange to the NDG tunnel is reduced to two lanes


Highway 20

– the eastbound entrance from Ave. Cartier is closed from 10am to 2pm on Friday
– the access ramp from A-20 to R-138 east is completely closed
– acces from A-20 east to A-720 east is closed from midnight Friday to 5am Monday
– access to the highway from Blvd. St-Anne-de-Bellevue is closed from midnight Friday to 5am Monday
– access from A-20 east to A-15 south is completely closed
– the eastbound route between Blvd. Saint-Joseph and Ave. Saint-Pierre is completely closed
– the entire eastbound route between the Turcot and St-Pierre interchanges is completely closed from midnight Friday to 5am Monday


Highway 40

– access from A-40 west to A-13 south is closed from 10:30pm Friday to 5am Monday


Highway 720

– the entire westbound route between exit 5 and the St-Pierre Interchange is closed from midnight Friday to 5am Monday 
– eastbound between the Ville-Marie Tunnel and the Turcot Interchange is reduced to two lanes
– the westbound ramp to A-15 south is completely closed
– westbound access to A-15 north is also completely closed
– the Ville-Marie Tunnel is reduced to two lanes up to the entrance from Rue de la Cathédrale
– Ave. Greene is completely closed in both directions between Rue St-Antoine and Blvd. Dorchester
– the entrance from Rue St-Antoine is closed between 10pm Friday and 5am Monday
– westbound exit 2 is completely closed
– the westbound on-ramp from Rue Fort is completely closed
– eastbound in the Ville-Marie Tunnel is reduced to two lanes
– the westbound on-ramp from Rue Lucien-L'Allier is completely closed


Route 138

– westbound access to A-20 west is completely closed
– Blvd. St-Anne de Bellevue is reduced to one lane in each direction between 


Rue St-Jacques

– the street is completely closed in both directions between Ave. Girouard and Blvd. Décarie


Rue Notre-Dame

– the street is closed in both directions in the South-West of Montreal between Blvd. Monk and Ave. du Carillon


Chemin de-la-côte-St-Paul

– eastbound between Blvd. Monk and Rue Phillipe-Lalonde is completely closed


Rue St-Rémi

– the street is completely closed in both directions between Rue Notre-Dame and Rue St-Jacques

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