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The Jacques-Cartier bridge is a steel truss cantilever bridge crossing the Saint Lawrence River from Montreal Island, to the south shore.
Originally named the Montreal Harbour Bridge (pont du Havre), it was renamed in 1934 to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Jacques Cartier's first voyage up the St. Lawrence River.
The five-lane highway bridge is 3,400 m (11,236 ft) in length, including the approach viaducts. There are approximately 35.4 million vehicle crossings annually, making it the second busiest bridge in Canada, the first being Champlain Bridge, just a few kilometres upstream.
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