Médéric Martin Bridge

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Médéric Martin Bridge
Mederic Martin Bridge.jpg
Coordinates 45°32′24.7″N 73°42′43.9″W / 45.540194°N 73.712194°W / 45.540194; -73.712194Coordinates: 45°32′24.7″N 73°42′43.9″W / 45.540194°N 73.712194°W / 45.540194; -73.712194
Carries Quebec Autoroute 15
Crosses Rivière des Prairies
Locale Montreal, Quebec
Maintained by Transports Québec
Daily traffic 163,000 (2004)[1]

Médéric Martin Bridge is a viaduct-type bridge in Quebec, Canada that spans Rivière des Prairies between Montreal and Laval. It carries 8 lanes of Quebec Autoroute 15, including 1 reserved bus and carpooling lanes.

It was named after Médéric Martin, who was a Member of Parliament for St. Mary, then Mayor of Montreal. He was a resident of what is now Laval during his tenure as Mayor.


  1. ^ Bisson, Bruno. "Pont de l'A-25: ça roule pour le MTQ". La Presse. Retrieved 25 June 2014. 

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