Jacques Cartier Bridge
This steel bridge is named after the French explorer who was the first European to map the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
The Jacques Cartier Bridge crosses the Saint Lawrence River from Montréal Island to the south shore of Longueuil. It is 11,239 feet in length and is the third busiest bridge in Canada. The structure also crosses over Île Sainte-Hélène where there are off ramps that allow people to access Parc Jean-Drapeau and La Ronde amusement park.