5 February 2021
FOLLOW US IN REAL TIME
A new Twitter account dedicated exclusively to the Bonaventure sector is now online.
We will post information to this account about the latest work and developments related to the Bonaventure Expressway.
CHAMPLAIN SECTOR SUBSCRIBERS: Don’t forget to follow this new account too!
Our Bonaventure sector Twitter account is complementary to our Champlain sector Twitter account. Starting in spring 2021, all information about traffic hindrances on the Bonaventure Expressway will be available only on the new Bonaventure sector Twitter account.
All information about the deconstruction of the original Champlain Bridge will continue to be posted on our Champlain sector Twitter account.
PLAN YOUR TRAVEL
Subscribe also to our email alerts (select “Bonaventure sector”) to get quickly informed of the main traffic hindrances and the detours in place to avoid them. This is the best way to stay in the know and make travelling in this sector as easy as possible.
A BIT OF HISTORY: A MAJOR STRATEGIC CORRIDOR
Did you know that nearly a third of the vehicles using the Samuel De Champlain Bridge exit onto the Bonaventure Expressway?
Inaugurated on April 21, 1967, this corridor was built to create a third approach to the Champlain Bridge. Today, it is a main gateway to city, which makes it of vital economic importance for Montreal.
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