Île aux Tourtes Bridge

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Île aux Tourtes Bridge
Ile-aux-Tourtes Bridge.JPG
Carries Quebec Autoroute 40
Crosses Lake of Two Mountains
Locale Vaudreuil, Quebec
Official name Pont de l'Île aux Tourtes
Total length 2 km (1.2 mi)
Opened 1966

The Île aux Tourtes Bridge is a bridge on the western tip of the Island of Montreal, spanning the Lake of Two Mountains between Senneville, and Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec, Canada. It carries 6 lanes of Autoroute 40 and is the main link between Montreal and the province of Ontario. At 2 km in length,[1] it is by far the longest bridge in Quebec to cross a body of water other than the Saint Lawrence.[citation needed] It is also commonly known by Montreal's English community as the Lake of Two Mountains bridge.

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  1. ^ Genivar (2004). "Île-aux-Tourtes Bridge Repair, Montreal, Vaudreuil". Retrieved 2007-11-19. 

Coordinates: 45°25′10.4″N 73°59′31.6″W / 45.419556°N 73.992111°W / 45.419556; -73.992111