The Ministry of Transport has announced that work to install cameras in the axis of Highway 15, between Highway 40 in Montreal and Cartier Boulevard in Laval, will resume on September 2.
The work will be carried out in the evening and at night in order to limit the impact on traffic. It should be completed by mid-October.
From Friday, September 9, at 11:59 p.m. to Saturday, September 10, at 7 a.m., the Ministry provides for the complete closure of the southern direction, between exit no. 3 (Henri-Bourassa Boulevard) and Highway 40.
A complete closure, northbound, between Highway 40 and exit no. 2 (de l’Acadie/Henri-Bourassa Boulevard /Sauvé Street), is scheduled for the same hours, but this time from Friday, September 16 to Saturday, September 17.
Depending on the following phases that are planned, it’s possible that two of four lanes will be closed in each direction, although non-simultaneously. The Ministry of Transport mentions in its press release that a complete night closure, in both directions, is a possibility.
The speed limit will be reduced in the work zone. There are also plans to set up marked detours, using temporary signs.
The work could be cancelled, or postponed without notice due to operational or weather constraints. (N.P.)
translated by Alec Brideau