Demolition and reconstruction of the new Jean-Talon Bridge
Nature of work
Work progresses on the existing Jean-Talon Bridge in order to completely demolish and rebuild the bridge, due to its extremely poor condition. Work will be performed in phases over a two-year period, in order to maintain one lane always opened to traffic in both directions on the bridge, as well as pedestrian traffic.
Anticipated work sequence (dates subject to change)
April - May 2021
Concreting of the northern deck
Modification of the obstruction and mobilization for work on the south deck of the bridge
|Spring - summer 2021||
Work sequence on the south side of the Jean-Talon bridge
Please note : The obstruction on Jean-Talon Street will be modified, with traffic detour on the north side of the bridge. The pedestrian detour will be modified.
|Date to be confirmed||
Complete closure of the bridge between Dieppe Avenue and Aberdare Road
The modification of the construction site towards the south side of the bridge and the demolition of the south deck require a complete closure of Jean-Talon Street during the weekend of the work (pedestrian and automobile detour).
*Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Work before and after this time period will be necessary to mobilize and demobilize all elements required to carry out the work and to clean up the site.
Impacts and mitigation measures:
This work will generate high noise levels that may exceed usual recommended standards, despite the mitigation measures that will be implemented:
- Implementation of noise mitigation measures such as the noise wall, acoustical barriers around noisy equipment such as generators, white-noise alarms on vehicles, etc.
- A program to monitor and supervise noise, air quality and vibration throughout the work
- Truck drivers will be made aware that the work is being performed in a residential area.
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