The Ministry of Transport announced the implementation of preparatory work for the completion of the paving project for Highway 13, starting Oct. 10.
That work will take place between Louis-Bisson and Vachon bridges, both located in Laval. The goal of the project is to improve safety and ride comfort on that road axis.
This work step will continue until the winter, and will resume in the spring in order to carry out and complete the project.
The work will result in partial and complete night closures, as well as partial weekends on various sections of Highway 13. Access ramps will also be affected by those closures.
Between Louis-Bisson and Vachon bridges, drivers should expect night closures that will affect two or three northbound lanes. During weekends, partial daytime closures are expected, which will affect one to two lanes.
Still northbound, the Ministry’s planning complete night closures on Highway 13, between exit 12 (Samson/Notre-Dame Boulevard/Saint-Martin Boulevard) and Sainte-Rose Boulevard. That means the exit 12 ramp will also be closed.
For now, only one complete night closure is planned southbound, which is at Dagenais Boulevard’s level.
Let’s note that the work could be cancelled, or postponed without notice due to operational or weather constraints. (N.P.)
translated by Alec Brideau