Traffic is flowing normally in both directions on highway 40 at the Cote Vertu overpass.
The overpass shed some excess concrete this afternoon, and forced stretches of highway 40 to shut down for a time.
But Sarah Bensadoun with Transport Quebec says the issue is not structural.
"We're not talking about structural integrity here, we're talking about concrete that was on the surface," she says. "So if there's concrete that's loose, we remove it."
The chunks of concrete that fell are as big as 10 centimetres long.
She suggests the rain and the wild temperature swings of the last few days may have had something to do with it.
Bensadoun says the last time the overpass was inspected was on Jan. 19 — almost a week after some concrete fell from an overpass above Highway 40 at Henri-Bourassa.
The Cote-Vertu overpass was apparently not part one of the structures targeted in an inspection blitz after the Henri-Bourassa incident.