Quebec Route 327

Route 327 is a provincial highway located in the Laurentides region of Quebec. The 90-kilometer highway runs from St-André-d'Argenteuil at the junction of Route 344 to Mont-Tremblant just west of the Provincial Park of the same name. The route serves as the main connection between Argenteuil county and the popular tourist region of the Upper Laurentides. In Lachute it is briefly concurrent with Highway 148 (across a bridge). It is also concurrent with Route 364 between Weir and Arundel. Significant portions of this highway are meandering and have a maximum speed limit of 70 km/h.

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Route 327
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length102.8 km[1] (63.9 mi)
Major junctions
South end Route 344 in Saint-André-d'Argenteuil
  A-50 / Route 148 in Lachute
Route 364 in Arundel
Route 117 (TCH) in Mont-Tremblant
North endChemin de Voyageurs in Mont-Tremblant
Location
CountiesArgenteuil / Les Laurentides
Major citiesLachute, Mont-Tremblant
Highway system
Route 325Route 329
Route 327 in Harrington township.
Route 327 between Arundel and Weir.

Municipalities along Route 327Edit

Major intersectionsEdit

RCM or ET Municipality Km Junction Notes
Southern terminus of Route 327
Argenteuil Saint-André-d'Argenteuil 0.0   Route 344 344 WEST: to Brownsburg-Chatham
344 EAST: to Saint-Placide
Lachute 6.8
7.3
  A-50 50 EAST: to Mirabel
50 WEST: to Brownsburg-Chatham
11.0
11.2
  Route 148 (Overlap 0.2 km) 148 EAST: to Mirabel
148 WEST: to Brownsburg-Chatham
Les Laurentides Arundel 61.1
68.6
  Route 364 (Overlap 7.5 km) 364 EAST: to Lac-des-Seize-Îles
364 WEST: to Huberdeau
Mont-Tremblant 86.9
87.2
   Route 117 (TCH) 117 SOUTH: to Saint-Faustin–Lac-Carré
117 NORTH: to La Conception
102.8 Chemin des Voyageurs EAST: to Lac-Supérieur
Northern terminus of Route 327

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 97, Les Publications du Québec, 2005

External linksEdit