Traffic cones to slow westerly Turcot trek
Engineers working on the Turcot Interchange reportedly say there are major flaws with the structure.(April 28, 2011)
Published Monday, October 3, 2011 4:08PM EDT
MONTREAL - The westbound Turcot Interchange will be reduced to one lane for three weeks starting October 5, it was announced Monday.
The Transport Ministry announced that long-needed repair work was only temporarily interrupted in September to allow traffic to flow during the busy back-to-school period.
Some overnight closures will also be required to complete repairs on the 720/20 but it has yet to be determined when those shut-downs will take place.
The minister recommends that drivers check out Quebec511.info for further details about this and other traffic issues.
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