de La Verendrye Interchange

Well, it’s more of a junction, but Transport Quebec likes calling it an interchange, so be it. Seems they have been doing some maintenance work there this winter. This will all be demolished and rebuilt as part of Project Turcot.

They have created a wind free workspace.

Those scaffolding/bracings always look weird but it’s all probably very, very, safe.

Looking north towards Turcot.

The road over there leads down into the Saint Remi Tunnel – the main connector for Cote Saint Paul and Saint Henri.

Transport Quebec likes to show nice “green” graphics for their presentations. Well, there is already some park space there.

And do check out Roger Kenner’s page for some historical info on the area.

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