A new major obstacle in the Darche interchange sector in Sherbrooke

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Route 112 westbound in the Darche interchange area will be closed for three weeks for work. (Courtesy Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility)

Photo: Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility


Published yesterday at 8:06 p.m. EDT

A portion of King Street West (route 112), towards the Rock Forest sector, will be closed to traffic from Friday until July 5. The Darche interchange sector, between rue J.-A.-Bombardier and the temporary bridge, will be inaccessible due to redevelopment work.

For this period, traffic will be in the opposite direction on the ramp located in the axis of the Health Complex. However, the temporary bridge will remain open.

The work could cause delays. The Ministry of Transport and Sustainable Mobility therefore advises planning your trips.

The work involves the redevelopment of the central island of Route 112, the bus stop near Comtois Street, the paving of the two westbound roadways and the creation of a three-metre multi-use path.

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