LaSalle Causeway undergoes three days of repairs and inspection

A bird’s-eye view of the LaSalle Causeway, near the mouth of the Cataraqui River at the St. Lawrence River. According to Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC), approximately 23,000 vehicles cross the causeway daily. Photo via PSPC.

Beginning on the morning of Monday, Apr. 24, 2023, the LaSalle Causeway is undergoing three days of “repair and inspection work,” according to Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).

As a result, alternate lane closures are occurring for vehicular traffic. According to PSPC, these traffic modifications to allow for the work to take place will occur from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Apr. 24, Tuesday, Apr. 25, and Wednesday, Apr. 26, 2023.

“During these periods, one lane will be closed and one lane will remain open for alternating traffic, and two flagpersons will be on site to direct traffic. Motorists should expect short delay,” PSPC said in a media release.

“The bridge will remain open to cyclists and pedestrians during this period and marine traffic will not be affected.”

Should weather conditions prevent the work from occurring, work will be postponed by one day, the federal agency relayed.

“PSPC encourages users to exercise caution when travelling on the bridge and thanks them for their patience.”

More information on the LaSalle Causeway can be found on the PSPC LaSalle Causeway webpage.

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