Work near the new Île-des-Sœurs Bridge prior to opening the southern corridor for mid-October

From Sunday, October 7, drainage, earthwork and finishing works will be done near your residential area, day and night, to finalize the permanent ramps for the south-bound corridor of the new Île-des-Sœurs bridge. These works will end with the opening of the south-bound corridor of the bridge, scheduled for October 15.

Noise management on the construction site

Most of the work will be done between 7 am to 7 pm, whereby SSL is authorized to perform work up to 75 dBa. Night work, whereby noise level should be limited to 58 dBa from 7 to 10 pm and 59 dBa from 10p to 7 pm, are also expected. To ensure compliance with the noise standards included in the partnership agreement with the Government of Canada, SSL regularly monitors the noise generated by these construction activities. The Citizens’ forum section of our website, under Works and Impacts, presents the results of the sound surveys.

Impacts on the mobility of the sector

For the execution of this work, impacts on mobility are expected: SSL must proceed to the complete closure of the exit 57-S from October 6 to 15, 2018.

For active transportation, cyclists and pedestrians, a temporary staircase will be built to link the L’Île-des-Sœurs bridge cycle path to the the municipal network from October 10 to 15.