Pie IX Bridge
|Le Caron Bridge|
Le Caron Bridge is currently the second easternmost bridge connecting Laval to the Island of Montreal.
|Carries||6 lanes of Route 125|
|Crosses||Rivière des Prairies|
|Locale||Laval, Quebec and Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Maintained by||Transports Québec|
|Opened||1937 (rebuilt 1967)|
|Daily traffic||83,000 (2013)|
Le Caron Bridge is a bridge in Quebec, spanning the Rivière des Prairies. It connects the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul area of Laval, on Île Jésus, and the borough of Montréal-Nord in Montreal, on the Island of Montreal. The bridge was part of Autoroute 25 until the construction of the new toll bridge for Autoroute 25. It is now part of Quebec Route 125.
While the official name is Le Caron Bridge, after Joseph Le Caron, an early missionary to the Hurons, the bridge is most commonly called the Pie IX Bridge, after Pie-IX Boulevard. The Boulevard itself was named after Pope Pius IX (Pie is the French name for Pius).
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