Traffic jams likely during reservoir work

The City of Montreal has informed McGill that traffic on Dr. Penfield Blvd. will be disrupted to varying degrees over the next three weeks as work begins to replace two 54-inch sluice gates that are part of the infrastructure of the McTavish Reservoir on the north side of Dr. Penflield at McTavish St.

The City of Montreal has informed McGill that traffic on Dr. Penfield Blvd. will be disrupted to varying degrees over the next three weeks as work begins to replace two 54-inch sluice gates that are part of the infrastructure of the McTavish Reservoir on the north side of Dr. Penflield at McTavish St..

A large crane will occupy one lane on Dr. Penfield and there may be occasions when two lanes are blocked as the result of the work being done. The work is scheduled to begin today, Wednesday, Nov. 18, and continue for three weeks.

Traffic flow will be maintained on Penfield, but delays can be expeccted as the result of the lane restrictions.

 

 

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