Jacques Cartier Bridge -
Jacques Cartier Bridge
Built in 1930, the Jacques Cartier Bridge connects the Island of Montreal to both the ÃŽle Sainte-HÃ©lÃ¨ne and the mainland shore of Longueuil. It's one of Canada's busiest bridges, and traffic comes to a standstill during rush-hour, but there's a separate lane for pedestrians and bikes where you can get an incredible view of the city's skyline.
Walking Across the Jacques-Cartier Bridge
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