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Air Quality – Particle Concentration Reports
As part of the Environmental Assessment for the new Champlain Bridge corridor project, which included consultations with local residents, Infrastructure Canada committed to monitoring and reporting on air quality during the construction of the bridge. You can see the monthly results on Infrastructure Canada’s Web site: http://www.infrastructure.gc.ca/nbsl-npsl/aqr-rqa-eng.html
You can find all the sound measurements in detail :
New Île-des-Sœurs Bridge
The new Saint Lawrence bridge corridor project includes the construction of a new bridge to replace the decommissioned Île-des-Sœurs one. About 470 metres long, it will connect L’Île-des-Sœurs with the mainland. The new bridge is to be built in the same alignment as the existing bridge. It will have two corridors of three lanes each for road traffic as well as a multi-use bicycle and pedestrian path. In addition, the section of Highway 15 connecting the new Champlain Bridge to the Île-des-Sœurs Bridge will be overhauled. It will also feature two corridors of three lanes each for road traffic and a multi-use path for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as a two-lane public transit corridor able to accommodate a light rail transit system.