PJCCI/JCCBI


We protect 11 species of wildlife, 3 species of flora, 2 pairs of hawks, 550 nests of swallows and many others on o… https://t.co/euQDcSQmSA 12:30 PM Apr 22nd

PJCCI

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Champlain


Did you know that Philippe Ewart participated in the construction #ChamplainBridge ? #Builders150https://t.co/KOrEeTDKRE 12:15 PM Apr 22nd

Jacques-Cartier


Tonight complete night closure #jacquesCartierBridge in both directions between midnight and 4:00 a.m. https://t.co/O2pzJj7Y50 04:10 PM Apr 23rd

PJCCI/JCCBI


Nous protégeons 11 espèces fauniques, 3 floristiques, 2 couples de faucons, 550 nids d’hirondelles et + sur notre t… https://t.co/y1MciX8Wia 12:25 PM Apr 22nd

Honoré-Mercier


Construction des piliers du #pontMercier en 1933, photo de la Corporation du Lac Saint-Louis @_BAnQ #TBT https://t.co/W2z9lVzEIe 10:40 AM Apr 20th

PJCCI/JCCBI


Did you know that at PJCCI we take concrete actions to protect nature?#EarthDay https://t.co/vTfj7hrTe0 https://t.co/OTyVUm9Bnv 08:35 AM Apr 22nd

YOUR QUESTIONS

I will soon be driving into MontreaI in the morning and out in the evening and need to know what are the peak traffic hours during the week, so that I can best avoid encountering heavy traffic.

Peak hours are approximately from 6 am to 8 am and from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

To get real-time traffic information and plan your itineraries, a few tools are available:

The LIVE TRAFFIC page provides dashboards for every structure
Québec 511
Radio Circulation 730 AM
Mobile apps like Traffic Montreal  and Waze

Could you please advise what closures are forecasted for the Champlain Bridge?

We invite you to consult the dashboard of Champlain Bridge on our Website.

You must also take into account work for the new Champlain Bridge and the Turcot project.

I’m interested in applying as an engineer.

Thank you for your interest in our Corporation. You can view all our job openings in the Careers section of our website.

 

You can check the Works section of the website for additional information and updates on this project.”