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South Shore Bike link Two‑way traffic on the Circuit Gilles‑Villeneuve South Shore Bike link
 

South Shore Bike link

December 2, 2017 to April 15, 2018

The bike link between the South Shore (Saint‑Lambert) and Parc Jean‑Drapeau is closed from December 2, 2017 to April 15, 2018. See you next year!

Two‑way traffic on the Circuit Gilles‑Villeneuve

December 1st, 2017 to April 14, 2018

As of December 1st, the portion between the hairpin (northern part of the circuit) and the PAvillon du Canada will become two‑way for motorists. The bike path of the circuit will not be maintained. Please use caution and share the road.

Plan your trip and avoid unpleasant surprises by consulting often the important notices or the schedule of activities and events that are of interest to you.

Parc Jean-Drapeau
Trois disques (L'Homme)

Trois disques (L'Homme)

Alexander Calder, Trois disques, 1967 © Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York / SODRAC, Montreal (2017)

Created in 1967 by Alexander Calder, one of the 20th century's greatest sculptors, this abstract sculpture was a gift from the International Nickel Company. It reflects the theme of Expo 67, "Man and His World".

Schedule

All year 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Alexandre Calder's art work will be temporarily inaccessible since it is located in the site of the development and enhancement work on the south sector of Île Sainte‑Hélène (PAMV).

The City of Montréal's Public Art Bureau (BAP) will clean up the art piece before the inauguration of the natural amphitheater and central concourse in Spring 2019.

Getting to the art piece

Jean-Drapeau subway station

Car

Bike

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