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On-Site: Construction on $3.7B Turcot interchange in Montreal draws to close after six years

The reconstruction of a complex stack interchange has been among the largest infrastructure jobs in Quebec over the past several years

October 22, 2020  by On-Site

Highways 15, 20 and 720 converge at the Turcot interchange in Montreal. PHOTO: Quebec Ministère des Transports

The reconstruction of a complex stack interchange that has been among the largest infrastructure jobs in Quebec over the past several years has entered its final stretch.

Earlier this week, the Quebec Ministère des Transports announced the final major component of the $3.67 billion Turcot interchange project opened to traffic after approximately six years of construction.

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