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The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) launches new website


MONTREAL, Que.–To provide users with a simple tool that makes it easier for them to get around theMontreal region, the Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) has launched its new website, which includes a dashboard with very useful functionalities: live traffic conditions, traffic cameras, in-progress road closures or obstructions, and the seven-day work schedule on the Corporation’s structures. Motorists, truck drivers, cyclists and pedestrians can also get text-message alerts about major closures or emergency work, said the release.

The new site lets web users discover more about the infrastructure under the Corporation’s administration through stories and technical data sheets and about its history.

“At JCCBI, we’re proud to ensure the safe passage of thousands of users every day by managing, maintaining and repairing these structures that are so important for Greater Montreal,” stated Glen Carlin, Chief Executive Officer of JCCBI. “As it is directly linked to our road obstructions database, the new website will give users exclusive and highly accurate information to help them get around, which will improve traffic flow on our road network.”

The new website is the first concrete application of JCCBI’s new brand image, reflecting  “JCCBI’s multidimensional work as a responsible manager of major infrastructure, as it not only plays a key role in transportation but is also an innovative expert and a stakeholder in Montreal’ssocial and urban life,” the company said.

“This new image has come from a reflection process on what makes us different. The Corporation and its major infrastructure are about thoroughness, stability, effective traffic flow, solutions to major challenges, transparency, and more. By echoing all of these attributes, the new graphical signature updates the Corporation’s image and enhances its impact and reputation,” added Julie Paquet, Director, Communications at JCCBI.