Traffic may still be difficult on the Montreal highway network this weekend, while obstacles due to numerous works are to be expected for the next few days.

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Highway 13 near Dorval, between exit 2 (Hickmore Street) and Highway 40 will be closed until Tuesday at 5 a.m. In a press release, Mobility Montreal suggests taking Hickmore Street, then Chemin de la Côte-de-Liesse Est, Highway 520 East and Highway 40 East. For users heading to Highway 520 West, continue on Hickmore Street and make a U-turn at Ness Street.

Near Pointe-Claire, the service road between the Saint-Jean Boulevard exit and the Doyon Avenue entrance will be closed until Monday at 5 a.m., this time due to work related to the Réseau express project. metropolitan (REM). Mobilité Montréal suggests a detour via boulevards Saint-Jean Sud and Hymus.

In addition, the eastbound Ville-Marie tunnel between the Turcot interchange and the entrances to Notre-Dame Ouest and de la Cathédrale streets will be closed until Tuesday at 5 a.m. Two detours are suggested by Mobility Montreal. A first for motorists coming from Highway 20 East and Highway 15 South will be to go through the Highway 15 South ramp, take exit 60 (boulevard Gaétan-Laberge, Verdun, Montreal downtown) to get to the Bonaventure Expressway and Robert-Bourassa Boulevard. For road users coming from Autoroute 15 North, it is suggested to take the ramp for Autoroute 20 West, make a U-turn at Exit 65 (Angrignon Boulevard) and take Autoroute 20 East.

For a second weekend in a row, the eastern ramp leading from Highway 20 East (exit 63) to the Honoré-Mercier East bridge is also closed until Monday morning. A detour is suggested by continuing on Highway 20 east and U-turn at exit 65 (rue Saint-Jacques, boulevard Angrignon) via boulevard de Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

Finally, rue Notre-Dame Est, between rue Viau and rue Dickson, is closed until Tuesday at 5 a.m. due to concrete work under the responsibility of the Montreal Port Authority. Mobilité Montréal suggests that motorists take a detour via rue Hochelaga and boulevard Pie-IX.