Pont de la Concorde (Montreal)

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Concordia Bridge
Pont de la Concorde hiver 2014.jpg
Carries 4 lanes of roadway
Pedestrians and bicycles
Crosses St. Lawrence River
Locale Montreal, Quebec

The Concordia Bridge (Pont de la Concorde) carries Avenue Pierre-Dupuy across the St. Lawrence River between Cité du Havre, Montreal, and Parc Jean-Drapeau on Saint Helen's Island. A majority of its traffic is motorists driving to the Montreal Casino on Île Notre-Dame, continuing on Pierre Dupuy Avenue across Pont des Îles. This bridge was built for Expo 67 and was used by the Montreal Expo Express train.[1]

Montreal as seen from the Concorde Bridge

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  1. ^ "Cité du Havre". Grand répertoire du patrimoine bâti de Montréal (in French). City of Montreal. Retrieved 13 November 2011. 

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Coordinates: 45°30′15″N 73°32′38″W / 45.50417°N 73.54389°W / 45.50417; -73.54389