A Montreal overpass built just a year and a half ago and cost $2-million is already in need of serious repairs.
The structure on Henri-Bourassa East near Highway 40 was completed in December 2012, but an inspection last November revealed that water was already seeping into the surface.
The problem is located in the overpass's expansion joints.
The city says it is aware of the problem. It assures the public that there is no immediate danger but repairs are necessary.
The city would not comment otherwise, but it is mulling whether or not to take Congeres, the company that built the overpass, to court.
The city plans to spend $118-million over the next four years on maintaning and repairing its bridges, tunnels and overpasses.