National Geographic : 1967 May
Asphalt sinews twist and turn in an intricate interchange that carries high-speed traffic into and out of Montreal. On the Trans-Canada Highway, motorists drive west, upper left, toward Ottawa; northwest-bound travelers, upper center, peel off to resorts in the Laurentians. Eager to provide easy access to Expo 67, Montreal has rushed to complete the largest highway-building program in its history; now expressways crisscross the city. 615 KODACHROMES BYWINFIELDPARKS(ABOVE)ANDEMORYKRISTOF© N.G.S.