If this is your case, maybe you are the exception, at least if I believe that the two weekends of “big work” on the Pierre-Laporte bridge.
As the saying goes, “there is no traffic, we are the traffic”. Yes, WE and more precisely YOU.
Whenever I’m in a traffic jam, I think about this statement and tell myself that I, too, am part of the problem.
But last week, the problem was mainly with motorists stuck on the ramps of the Pierre-Laporte bridge while traffic on the Quebec bridge was almost always fluid.
Don’t you know how to read? Dozens of different signs indicate congestion on the Pierre-Laporte bridge.
No room? Unannounced at work? No interactive map app? I forgive you.
But everything? Especially those who take the opportunity to complain on social networks about the urgency of having a third link.
As luck would have it, I had to cross between Quebec and Lévis for each of the two major weekend jobs.
I was afraid of this hardship, but every day I went through it, I told myself that I will survive.
Oh, strange, the time of the crossing, in broad daylight, is no longer on a normal day, at least on the Quebec bridge.
I feel sorry for the nioufs who choose to go through the Pierre-Laporte bridge though, which is crowded like a normal rush hour.
If there are two links and one of them is almost empty, the problem is not the lack of traffic channels. This is the lack of judgment of road users.