New Bridge for the St. Lawrence
The Government of Canada is building a new bridge corridor to replace the existing Champlain Bridge in Montreal. It will span the St. Lawrence River to connect the Island of Montreal to the South Shore. This is the busiest crossing in Canada for cars, trucks and buses, and is vital to the regional and national economies.
April 26, 2013
Transport Canada publishes the first edition of the New Bridge for the St. Lawrence quarterly newsletter (1.04 MB)
April 2, 2013
The second part of the environmental assessment report on the description of the project and the environment has been posted on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry.
February 7, 2013
The federal government will continue to consult with its partners.
January 9, 2013
As part of the Business Case, the government of Canada commissioned ARUP to review a concept proposed by Mr. René Therrien. The technical memo is available on our website.
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