Every time all the signs, roads and exits started to become familiar on the Turcot Interchange, it changes.
As of Tuesday morning, with an influx of post-Labour Day traffic, drivers who have gotten used to the Turcot’s constant detours will be rerouted once again. Transports Québec is asking drivers to pay close attention to the new signage and roadways.
Inbound traffic heading north on Highway 15 will be redirected to a newly-built highway just north of the Lachine Canal.
New ramps to the 15 North and the 20 West will also open today, right in the middle of the 2-year long construction site.
À compter du 4 septembre, une nouvelle configuration sera en place sur l’autoroute 15 nord dans le secteur du pont du canal de Lachine. Portez attention à la signalisation. Plus d’info : https://t.co/FsYHJ9AJ8I pic.twitter.com/VMiKREi1tU
— Turcot (@MTQ_Turcot) August 30, 2018
The new roadway is slated to remain in effect until November 2018 and the massive reconstruction of the interchange is scheduled to be completed by 2020.