Just days after a report emerged about major structural problems with the Gardiner Expressway, chunks of concrete fell from the overpass.

The large pieces fell on a westbound lane of Lake Shore Boulevard West near Bay Street around 10:30 p.m. Friday.

The lane was closed to traffic, but has since reopened.

No one was hurt.

On Wednesday, the Toronto Star cited a report that found almost half of the Gardiner’s elevated portion will be unsafe to drive on in six years if left as is.

The newspaper said city engineers have asked for $505 million in capital funding to rebuild the two-kilometre stretch east of Jarvis Street and the section between Strachan Avenue and Rees Street, which is about a kilometre long.