The bridge will be open 24 hours a day from June 27 to July 7. Only one traffic lane will be accessible in both directions.

An operational coordination center has been set up so that Quebec police can “monitor and communicate with traffic in real time”.

A color dot will be assigned to the road network from 6am to 10am and from 2pm to 6pm at the end of the day. Each artery has its own color. It is necessary to monitor the social networks of the Service de Police de la Ville de Quebec (SPVQ) on Twitter or Facebook.

This is the coding system used by Minitor des Transport to Quebec.

Any immediate event affecting traffic in the region of Quebec City will be reported on various accounts.

There will also be a single boat in service New schedule from Sunday To control congestion at the entrance of bridges.

For emergencies, the “shelter” for workers may be released to allow emergency vehicles to pass quickly over the Pierre Lapord Bridge. In order to facilitate transportation between the North Coast and the South Coast, The central lane of the Quebec Bridge will also be released on request Ministry of Transport and officials for emergency vehicles.

Many employers have implemented exceptional measures for their employees, such as hotel stays, schedule changes, or the continuation of telecommunications.

It is possibleFace the bridge traffic in a helicopter, Thanks for the GoHelico packages.

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