Traffic changes around Jewish General

The Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough is hoping some traffic changes will ease congestion around the Jewish General Hospital.

The streets affected are Légaré, Lavoie, Bourret and de la Peltrie.

Légaré will be two-way between Cote-Ste-Catherine and de la Peltrie and be one-way southbound norht of de la Peltrie. Légaré will also be accessible to east-bound drivers on Cote-Ste-Catherine.

Bourret will become a one-way westbound street between Légaré and Lavoie, and will remain westbound-only west of Lavoie.

The borough will deploy additional personnel to to the area in order to help motorists adapt to the changes.

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