Autoroute 10 (Québec)
|Autoroute 10 in Quebec, Canada|
|Autoroute des Cantons-de-l'Est
|Operator:||Ministère des transports du Québec|
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|Overall length:||142.3 km|
|Pont Champlain near Montréal|
The Autoroute 10 is a highway in the eastern Canadian province of Quebec . It leads from Montréal over the St. Lawrence River to the regions of Montérégie and Estrie . It runs east past Magog and ends at Sherbrooke . The total length is 142.3 km.
The motorway is called Autoroute Bonaventure in Montréal and Brossard . The rest of the route is called the Autoroute des Cantons-de-l'Est .
It starts in the east of Montréal as a junction from Autoroute 720 . It initially leads south to the Île des Sœurs , where it joins the Autoroutes 15 and 20 and crosses the Saint Lawrence River over the Pont Champlain bridge and leads to the opposite town of Brossard . There it separates from the other highways and turns to the southeast and later to the east. It passes Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu 10 km north and Granby 5 km south . To the northeast of Magog, it joins the Autoroute 55 coming from the south . Autoroute 10 ends in the north-west of Sherbrooke. There the motorway splits into Autoroute 55, which leads north, and Autoroute 610, which leads east .
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