Samuel De Champlain Bridge - Architectural Design
Thanks to an innovative and collaborative design process involving both the local and international design community, the Samuel De Champlain Bridge has a unique visual identity that:
- contributes positively to its status as the primary gateway to Montréal,
- reflects the community's unique characteristics, and;
- ensures its integration into the existing landscape.
The new bridge has a three-corridor design, including two three-lane corridors for vehicular traffic and a two-lane transit corridor for a light rail transit system. The new bridge also includes a multi-use path for pedestrians and cyclists.
Photos of the design
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On June 27, 2014, the Government of Canada announced the design of the Samuel De Champlain Bridge that bidders for the project's public-private partnership will have to comply with. The following images prepared by Arup, were presented during the announcement.
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