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Autoroute 20 is a Quebec Autoroute, following the Saint Lawrence River through one of the more densely populated parts of Canada, with its central section forming the main route of the Trans-Canada Highway from the A-25 interchange to the A-85 interchange. At 585 km (363.5 mi), it is the longest Autoroute in Quebec. It is one of two main links between Montreal and Quebec City; the other is the A-40.

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Autoroute 20
Autoroute Jean-Lesage
Autoroute du Souvenir
Trans-Canada Highway
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length579.7 km[1][2] (360.2 mi)
Main section
Length534.5 km (332.1 mi)
West end Highway 401 towards Cornwall, ON
A-30 in Vaudreuil-Dorion
A-520 in Dorval
A-13 in Montreal
A-15 in Montreal
A-720 in Montreal
A-10 in Montreal
A-25 (TCH) in Boucherville
A-30 in Sainte-Julie
A-55 in Drummondville
A-955 in Sainte-Eulalie
A-73 near Quebec City
A-85 (TCH) near Rivière-du-Loup
East end Route 132 near Rivière-du-Loup
Rimouski section
Length45.2 km (28.1 mi)
West end Route 132 near Rimouski
East end Route 132 in Mont-Joli
Major citiesVaudreuil-Dorion, Pointe-Claire, Montreal, Brossard, Longueuil, Boucherville, Sainte-Julie, Beloeil, Saint-Hyacinthe, Drummondville, Lévis, Montmagny, Rivière-du-Loup, Rimouski, Mont-Joli
Highway system

There are two sections of the A-20, separated by a 57 km (35.4 mi) gap. The mainline extends for 540 km (335.5 mi) from the Ontario border to its current terminus at Trois-Pistoles. The second, more northerly section is far shorter (44 km (27.3 mi)). Constructed as a super two autoroute (one lane in each direction), this section of the A-20 bypasses Rimouski to the south and ends at a roundabout junction with Highway 132 in Mont-Joli. While the Quebec government has completed environmental and economic reviews of the impact of linking the two sections of Autoroute 20,[3] it has not committed the funds necessary for construction. Citing the high number of accidents on the Rimouski-Mont-Joli link of the A-20,[4] many politicians in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region have criticized the government's lack of progress in linking the two sections of autoroute and twinning the two-lane portion.



Autoroute du SouvenirEdit

The ending of Ontario Highway 401 marks the beginning of Autoroute 20.


The A-20 begins at the Ontario-Quebec border near Rivière-Beaudette as the continuation of Ontario Highway 401. The westernmost section of the A-20 was named the Autoroute du Souvenir (Remembrance Highway) in 2007 to honour Canadian veterans. Road marker signs on this stretch of the autoroute feature a poppy (a traditional symbol of Remembrance in Canada).

At km 29, the A-20 crosses A-30 (former A-540) before becoming an urban boulevard for approximately eight kilometers (km 30 to 38) in Vaudreuil-Dorion and L'Île-Perrot. This stretch of highway takes the A-20 across the Ottawa River. The speed limit is 50 km/h (30 mph) in Vaudreuil-Dorion and 70 km/h (45 mph) in L'Île-Perrot. The A-20 once again becomes a limited-access highway at km 38, just before crossing the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal onto the Island of Montreal.

Montreal RegionEdit

The A-20 then traverses the West Island (in French, l'Ouest de l'Île) along the north shore of Lac Saint-Louis to an interchange with the A-520. Commonly called the Dorval Interchange, this exit is the main access to Montreal's Trudeau International Airport. Further east, the A-20 crosses the A-13 at its southern terminus, and then, at the St. Pierre Interchange, Route 138 west towards the Mercier Bridge.

Just west of downtown Montreal, the A-20, A-15, and A-720 meet at the Turcot Interchange. From this interchange, A-15 continues north to Laval while A-20 east is multiplexed with A-15 south on the approach to the Champlain Bridge. Traffic bound for the city centre continues as the A-720 (Autoroute Ville-Marie).

South ShoreEdit

Multiplexed with the A-10 and A-15, all three autoroutes cross the Saint Lawrence River via the Champlain Bridge to the South Shore (in French, Rive Sud). The multiplex splits south of the bridge. The A-20 parallels the south shore of the river through suburban Longueuil. The junction with the A-25 affords a direct connection to the Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine Bridge-Tunnel and Montreal's East End. The Trans-Canada Highway joins the A-20 at this junction.

Autoroute Jean-LesageEdit

Autoroute 20 in Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse with the Saint Lawrence River and the Laurentian Mountains at the background

The largest section of the A-20 (from its junction with A-25 to its easternmost terminus) is named after Jean Lesage, who served as Premier of Quebec from 1960 to 1966, during the Quiet Revolution. Autoroute Jean-Lesage currently exists as two discontinuous sections separated by about 55 kilometers:

  • The main section between the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine Bridge-Tunnel and Trois-Pistoles in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region.
  • A shorter section that serves as a bypass of Rimouski and extends east to a final terminus at Route 132 in Mont-Joli.

Main sectionEdit


From the junction with A-25, the A-20 travels east, away from the St. Lawrence River. At kilometer 98, the A-20 intersects the A-30 near Mont Saint-Bruno, crossing the Richelieu River (km 112) just north of Mont-Saint-Hilaire. Bypassing Saint-Hyacinthe, the A-20 forms a multiplex with Route 116 for six kilometers between exits 141 and 147. This section of the A-20 in Centre-du-Québec is located the furthest from the St. Lawrence River (approximately 45 kilometers). Between Drummondville and Sainte-Eulalie, the A-20 forms a multiplex with A-55 for 37 kilometers.

Quebec City RegionEdit

The A-20 continues across the St. Lawrence Lowlands and Quebec's agricultural heartland. The autoroute once again parallels the river as it approaches metropolitan Quebec City. From this point eastward, the A-20 is never more than five kilometers from the river. At km 312, the A-20 crosses the A-73, a north-south link between Saint-Georges and Quebec City via the Pierre Laporte Bridge. While the control city on the A-20 is listed as "Québec", the autoroute never enters the city proper. Before departing the region the A-20 bypasses suburban Lévis.

Chaudière-Appalaches and Bas-Saint-LaurentEdit
Autoroute 20 eastbound, south of Rivière-du-Loup

This section of the A-20 offers the motorist splendid views over the St. Lawrence River and the mountains of the Côte-Nord, especially Mont-Sainte-Anne and Le Massif. As it continues eastward, the A-20 passes the regional centres of Montmagny and La Pocatière before approaching Rivière-du-Loup and the junction with A-85 at km 499. The Trans-Canada Highway departs the A-20 at this interchange and travels south on A-85 toward Edmundston, New Brunswick and the Maritime Provinces. The eastern end of the main section of the A-20 is located in Trois-Pistoles, approximately 40 kilometres east of Rivière-du-Loup.

Rimouski sectionEdit

The second section of Autoroute Jean-Lesage (km 597 to km 641) connects Rimouski to Mont-Joli. It begins at a junction with Route 132 in the village of Le Bic, approximately 55 km from the current terminus of the A-20 main section. Like its larger counterpart, the Rimouski section of the A-20 parallels the St. Lawrence, providing a southern bypass of Rimouski before ending (at another junction with Route 132) at the western approach to Mont-Joli.

This section of the A-20 is currently a single carriageway with occasional passing lanes. It was built to accommodate an eventual expansion to four lanes and most overpasses include the clearance needed to accommodate the additional lanes. The high accident rate along this section of the A-20 have prompted many politicians to call for the highway to be expanded to two lanes in each direction.

An electric fence has been installed on both sides of the highway between km 621 and 628 to prevent moose from crossing the road, while at km 624 an underpass has been constructed to allow wildlife to pass under the highway safely.


Transports Québec (MTQ) is currently engaged in several projects designed to connect the two segments of the A-20 as well as replace outdated sections.

Greater MontréalEdit

The MTQ plans to rebuild A-20 (currently an urban boulevard) through Vaudreuil-Dorion and Île-Perrot as a limited-access highway. There is no timeline for this project presently.

In Montréal, the MTQ has a major work project underway that will shift the autoroute north between Route 138 and the Turcot Interchange. This new roadway will be complete by the end of 2019.


Long-range plans by the MTQ call for the two sections of the A-20 to meet. A 9.8 km section of single carriageway was opened to traffic on December 3, 2011 between Cacouna and L'Isle-Verte. As part of this project, a few kilometers of the highway near Cacouna was moved 1.5 km to the south and the old roadbed was destroyed. The MTQ timeline for completing the highway to Trois-Pistoles was met; it opened to traffic in November 2015. Overpasses were constructed for the St-Paul, St-Éloi and Drapeau roads.

Regarding the section from Trois-Pistoles to Le Bic, an environmental impact study is underway. Frustrated by the long delay in linking the two sections of the A-20, in 2013, the Mayor of Rimouski proposed paying for the construction by tolling the autoroute.[5]

Citing predictions for an increase in ferry traffic to and from the Côte-Nord as a result of the Government of Quebec's Plan Nord, in 2011 the Mayor of Matane called for the further extension of the A-20 to his city.[6]

Popular cultureEdit

Autoroute 20 serves as the backdrop to the popular 2002 Quebec film Québec-Montréal by Ricardo Trogi about seven twenty-something travellers driving between the two cities.

The Quebec French expression "à l'autre bout de la 20" (in English, at the other end of the 20) refers to Montreal when the speaker is in Quebec City, and to Quebec City when one is in Montreal.

Other namesEdit

Older Anglophone Montrealers sometimes still refer to the section of the A-20 west of the city as Highway 2-20 (or "The Two and Twenty"), but the Route 2 designation was dropped in the mid 1970s.

Exit listEdit

MontérégieRivière-Beaudette0.00.0  Highway 401 west – TorontoQuebec–Ontario boundary
2.51.62   Route 325 to Route 338 – Rivière-Beaudette, Saint-Télesphore
Saint-Zotique5.33.36Chemin Saint-Thomas
9.25.79Saint-Zotique, Saint-Polycarpe, Saint-Télesphore
Les Coteaux11.47.112Les Coteaux
Coteau-du-Lac13.68.514  Route 201 south – Pont Monseigneur Langlois, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield
16.410.217  Route 201 north – Saint-Clet, Coteau-du-Lac
18.611.619Chemin Saint-Emmanuel
Les Cèdres21.513.422Chemin Saint-Dominique
25.015.526Saint-Lazare, Les Cèdres
Vaudreuil-Dorion27.617.129     A-30 to A-40 / Highway 417 – Mirabel Airport, Gatineau, Ottawa, Montreal, Sorel-Tracy to toll bridgeA-30 exit 5
31.619.6  Route 342 (Route Harwood)At-grade intersection
32.720.3  Route 338 (Chemin de Lotbinière)At-grade intersection
33.320.7Avenue Saint-HenriAt-grade intersection
Ottawa River33.7–
Taschereau Bridge
PincourtTerrasse-Vaudreuil city line34.321.335Boulevard Cardinal-Léger – Terrasse-Vaudreuil, Pincourt
L'Île-Perrot36.722.8Boulevard Don-QuichotteAt-grade intersection
37.223.1Boulevard PerrotAt-grade intersection
37.823.5Chemin de L'Île-Claude, Rue de L'Île-BellevueWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
Ottawa River38.1–
Galipeault Bridge
Baie-D'Urfé41.325.742Rue Morgan
Beaconsfield43.827.245Avenue Woodland
47.229.348Boulevard Saint-Charles
Pointe-Claire48.730.349Avenue Cartier
49.931.050Boulevard Saint-JeanSigned as exits 50S (south) and 50N (north) westbound
51.532.051Chemin du Bord-du-LacEastbound exit and entrance
Dorval52.632.753Boulevard des Sources
53.833.454Boulevard Pine Beach, Boulevard Fénelon
54.934.156O  A-520 east / Avenue Dorval
55.534.556E  P.E. Trudeau AirportWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
Montreal57.535.75855e Avenue
59.336.860   A-13 north / 32e Avenue – Laval, Mirabel AirportA-13 exit 1
61.037.961Rue NormanWestbound exit and entrance
61.938.5621re Avenue, Rue Saint-Jacques / Avenue DollardWestbound exit via exit 63
62.739.063  Route 138 west – Pont Mercier
63.939.764  Route 138 east / Rue Saint-Jacques, Boulevard AngrignonRoute 138 exit 4
65.140.567Rue Notre Dame, Boulevard AngrignonEastbound exit via exit 64
  A-15 north (Autoroute Décarie) – Saint-Jérôme
  A-720 east (Autoroute Ville-Marie) – Montreal Centre-ville
Turcot Interchange; western end of A-15 overlap; A-15 exit 63; exit numbers follow A-15
69.443.162[i]Boulevard de la Vérendrye, Avenue de l'Église
70.643.961[i]Rue Atwater, Rue Saint-Patrick
71.844.660[i]  A-10 west / Rue Wellington – Montreal Centre-villeA-10 exit 4
73.545.758[i]  A-10 west – Montreal Centre-villeWestern end of A-10 overlap; A-10 exit 4
74.046.057[i]Île des Sœurs
Saint Lawrence River74.4–
Champlain Bridge
MontérégieBrossard77.648.275    A-10 east to A-30 / I-89 – Sherbrooke, Québec, VermontEastern end of A-10 overlap; A-10 exit 6
78.748.9Boulevard RomeEastbound exit is via A-15 south exit
78.148.5    A-15 south / Route 132 west to I-87 – La Prairie, New YorkEastern end of A-15 overlap; western end of Route 132 overlap; A-15 exit 53
79.149.2Boulevard Marie-VictorinEastbound exit only
Saint-Lambert79.549.476Boulevard Simard
80.650.178  Route 112 (Boulevard Laurier) – Pont Victoria, Montreal
82.951.579Avenue Notre-Dame
Longueuil84.552.581Boulevard LafayetteEastbound exit and entrance
85.252.982  Route 134 (Boulevard Taschereau) – Pont Jacques-Cartier, Montreal
88.555.085Boulevard Roland-Therrien
92.557.589    A-25 (TCH) north to A-40 – Tunnel Louis-H.-Lafontaine, Montreal
  Route 132 east – Boucherville, Varennes
Western end of Trans-Canada Highway overlap; eastern end of Route 132 overlap; Route 132 exit 15; A-25 exit 0
92.757.690Boulevard Marie-Victorin
93.658.291Boulevard Industriel, Rue Métropole
Boucherville94.358.692Boulevard Mortagne
95.159.193Rue NobelEastbound exit only
97.360.595Boulevard de Montarville
99.762.098    A-30 to A-10 – Saint-Hubert Airport, Brossard, Sorel-Tracy, Châteauguay, USAA-30 exit 83
Sainte-Julie102Sainte-Julie, Saint-Amable, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville
105  Route 229 – Saint-Basile-le-Grand, McMasterville
Saint-Mathieu-de-BeloeilBeloeil city line109Rue Saint-Jean-Baptiste – Beloeil, Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil
Beloeil112  Route 223 (Rue Richelieu) – Beloeil, Saint-Marc-sur-Richelieu
Mont-Saint-Hilaire113  Route 133 (Chemin des Patriotes) – Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Saint-Charles-sur-Richelieu
115La Grande-Allée – Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Saint-Damase
Sainte-Madeleine120  Route 227 – Sainte-Madeleine, Saint-Jean-Baptiste
La Présentation123La Présentation, Saint-Hyacinthe
Saint-Hyacinthe130   Route 137 / Route 235 – Saint-Hyacinthe, Granby, Saint-Thomas-d'Aquin, Saint-Denis-sur-RichelieuSigned as exits 130S (south) and 130N (north)
133Rue Girouard – Saint-Hyacinthe
134Rue Yamaska – Saint-Hyacinthe
138  Route 224 – Sainte-Rosalie, Saint-Simon
Saint-Simon141   Route 116 west to Route 137 south – Sainte-Rosalie, Saint-Hyacinthe, GranbyWestern end of Route 116 overlap
143  Route 211 to Saint-Valérien-de-Milton
Saint-SimonSaint-Liboire city line145Saint-Simon, Saint-Liboire
147  Route 116 east – Upton, Acton ValeEastern end of Route 116 overlap
MontérégieCentre-du-Québec region lineSaint-Nazaire-d'ActonSaint-Eugène city line157Saint-Nazaire, Wickham
Centre-du-QuébecSaint-Eugène160  Route 239 – Saint-Eugène, Saint-Guillaume
Saint-Germain-de-Grantham16610e Rang de Saint-Germain
170  Route 122 – Saint-Germain-de-Grantham, Yamaska, Sorel
Drummondville173   A-55 south to I-91 – Drummondville, Sherbrooke, VermontWestern end of A-55 overlap; A-55 exit 128
175  Route 143 north (Boulevard Lemire) – Saint-Bonaventure, Saint-François-du-LacWestern end of Route 143 overlap
177  Route 143 south – Saint-Majorique-de-Grantham, DrummondvilleEastern end of Route 143 overlap
179Chemin du Golf
Saint-Charles-de-Drummond181Saint-Charles-de-Drummond, Drummondville, Saint-Joachim-de-Courval
Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover185  Route 255 – Baie-du-Febvre, Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover, Saint-Félix-de-Kingsey
196  Route 259 – Nicolet, Sainte-Perpétue, Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Conseil, Quebec
Notre-Dame-du-Bon-ConseilSaint-Léonard-d'Aston city line200Saint-Léonard-d'Aston
Saint-Léonard-d'Aston202Rang du Moulin-Rouge
Sainte-Eulalie204Rang des Cédres, Rang des Plaines
210    A-55 north / A-955 / Route 161 – Victoriaville, Saint-Albert, Warwick, Bécancour, Trois-Rivières, Sainte-Eulalie, Saint-ValèreEastern end of A-55 overlap; A-55 exit 145; A-955 exit 15
215Rang des Épinettes
Sainte-Anne-du-Sault220  Route 261 – Bécancour, Daveluyville, Victoriaville
Saint-Louis-de-Blandford228  Route 165 (2e Rang de Saint-Louis-de-Blandford) – Princeville, Plessisville, Thetford Mines
235   Route 162 / Route 263 – Lemieux, Princeville, Victoriaville, Saint-Louis-de-Blandford
Manseau243  Route 218 – Manseau, Saint-Pierre-les-Becquets
Villeroy253  Route 265 – Villeroy, Plessisville, Deschaillons, Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Thetford Mines
25615e et 16e Rangs de Villeroy
2664e et 5e Rangs de Val-Alain
Laurier-Station278  Route 271 – Laurier-Station, Sainte-Croix, Saint-Flavien
291  Route 273 – Saint-Agapit, Saint-Apollinaire, Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly
296Route du Cap
Lévis305  Route 171 – Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Étienne, Thetford Mines
311  Route 116 – Saint-Nicolas, Saint-Rédempteur
312   A-73 to US 201 – Pont Pierre-Laporte, Québec, Saint-Georges, MaineSigned as exits 312S (south) and 321N (north); westbound exit is part of 314; A-73 exit 131
314  Route 175 – Pont de Québec, Charny, Saint-Romuald
318  Route 275 – Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, Saint-RomualdSigned as exits 318S (south) and 318N (north) eastbound
321Chemin des Îles
325   Route 173 to Route 277 – Pintendre, Lac-Etchemin, LévisSigned as exits 325S (south) and 325N (north) eastbound
327Route Monseigneur-Bourget
330Route Lallemand
Beaumont337  Route 279 – Beaumont, Saint-Charles, Saint-Damien
341Beaumont, Saint-Charles
Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse348  Route 281 – Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse, La Durantaye
Saint-Vallier356Saint-Vallier, Saint-Raphaël
Berthier-sur-MerSaint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud city line364Berthier-sur-Mer, Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud
Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-SudMontmagny city line369Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud
Montmagny376  Route 228 (Chemin des Poirier) – Montmagny
378  Route 283 – Montmagny, Saint-Fabien-de-Panet
L'Islet400  Route 285 – L'Islet, Saint-Eugène
Saint-Jean-Port-Joli414  Route 204 – Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, Saint-Aubert, Saint-Pamphile
Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies430  Route 132 – Saint-Roch-des-Aulnaies, Sainte-Louise
Bas-Saint-LaurentSainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière436  Route 132 (Avenue Industrielle) – La Pocatière
La Pocatière439La Pocatière, Saint-Onésime
444  Route 132 (Avenue de la Grande-Anse) – La Pocatière, Rivière-Ouelle
Rivière-OuelleSaint-Pacôme city line450Rivière-Ouelle, Saint-Pacôme, Saint-Gabriel
Saint-Philippe-de-Néri456  Route 287 – Saint-Denis, Saint-Philippe-de-Néri, Mont-Carmel
Saint-Pascal465Kamouraska, Saint-Pascal, Saint-Bruno
Sainte-Hélène474Saint-Germain, Sainte-Hélène
Saint-André480Saint-André, Saint-Joseph
Saint-AndréSaint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska city line488   Route 289 to Route 230 – Saint-Alexandre-de-Kamouraska, Pohénégamook, Lac-Baker, NB
499    A-85 (TCH) to Route 185 south – Cabano, Dégelis, Edmundston, Notre-Dame-du-LacEastern end of Trans-Canada Highway overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; A-85 exit 100
Rivière-du-Loup503  Route 132 (Rue Fraser) – Rivière-du-Loup
507  Route 132 (Boulevard Cartier) – Rivière-du-Loup
Cacouna514    Route 191 to A-85 / Route 185 – Rivière-du-Loup, Cabano, Dégelis, Cacouna, Saint-Arsène, Edmundston, New BrunswickWestbound access to A-85
521Route Moreault
L'Isle-Verte527Montée des Coteaux [7]
531L'Isle-Verte (Rue Notre-Dame), St-Paul-de-la-Croix
539Saint-Éloi, Route de la Station
542Route DrapeauCurrent eastern end of segment 1; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Trois-Pistoles548  Route 293Originally to open late 2017, indefinite delay
54 km (34 mi) gap in A-20
Rimouski  Route 132 / Montee BrilliantCurrently an at-grade intersection
606Rue de Lausanne
610  Route 232 (Chemin Sainte-Odile)
614Montée Industrielle-et-Commercialle
621Avenue Père-Nouvel / Rue de la Gare
Sainte-Luce629  Route 298
Mont-Joli641  Route 132 (Boulevard Jacques-Cartier) / Boulevard GabouryEastern terminus; traffic circle; continues east as Boulevard Jacques-Cartier
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  • No clear plans yet between km 548 and 599

Rest stopsEdit

Rest stop Halte des Hurons, Sainte-Marie-Madeleine, QC, Westbound.

The rest stops are located at the following points on Highway 20 and contain the following services:

Location km Direction Services Other
Rivière-Beaudette 2 Eastbound Washroom
Tourist Information
Couche-Tard, St-Hubert, Tim Hortons
Sainte-Madeleine 117 Eastbound Washroom
Westbound Washroom
Saint-Eugène 156 Westbound Washroom
Sainte-Anne-du-Sault 223 Eastbound Washroom
225 Westbound Washroom
Villeroy 254 Eastbound Washroom
Westbound Washroom
Saint-Rédempteur 309 Eastbound Washroom
Halte de Saint-Rédempteur
Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse 344 Eastbound unknown unknown
345 Westbound unknown unknown
Cap-Saint-Ignace 393 Westbound unknown unknown
Saint-Philippe-de-Néri 458 Eastbound Washroom Halte de Kamouraska
Westbound Washroom Halte de Monadnocks
Notre-Dame-Du-Portage 498 Eastbound Washroom
(Open only June to August)


Looking east

Railroad crossing at Saint-Hyacinthe, looking west

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d e f A-15 exit number


  1. ^ a b "Répertoire des autoroutes du Québec" (in French). Transports Québec. Retrieved 2008-02-23.
  2. ^ Ministère des transports (2005). Distances routières (in French). Les Publications du Québec.
  3. ^ "Prolongement de l'autoroute 20 entre Cacouna et Rimouski, secteur du Bic". Archived from the original on 2016-04-10.
  4. ^ "900 accidents en 10 ans sur le tronçon Rimouski -Mont-Joli". TVA. Retrieved 16 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Le maire de Rimouski propose un péage". TVA. Retrieved 21 February 2013.
  6. ^ "Gaspésie-Les Îles : le PQ n'appuie pas le prolongement de l'autoroute 20 jusqu'à Matane". Retrieved 17 October 2011.
  7. ^ Route des Coteau-des-Érables

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