Important Notice

Several closures due to the Montreal Marathon: September 25

Please note that Sunday, September 25 from 6 am to noon, Ile Notre-Dame will be closed (including the bike path and the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve), McDonald Road between the Cosmos Bridge and La Ronde, and Tour de l'île Road between Jacques-Cartier Bridge and P-8. The Jacques-Cartier Bridge will also be closed from 4 a.m. to noon. Thank you for your understanding.

Occasional slowdowns on the Seaway dike bicycle path

This fall, cyclists can expect occasional slowdowns close to the new Champlain Bridge project when using the Seaway dike bicycle path.

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