Quebec Route 105

Route 105 is a north-south highway in Quebec, Canada. It runs from Hull (now part of Gatineau), where it is known as Boulevard Saint-Joseph (until the limits with Chelsea), to Grand-Remous where it ends at Route 117.

Route 105
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length157.0 km[1] (97.6 mi)
Major junctions
South end A-5 in Gatineau
  Route 366 in Wakefield
Route 301 in Kazabazua
Route 107 in Maniwaki
North end Route 117 (TCH) in Grand-Remous
Location
CountiesGatineau / Les Collines-de-l'Outaouais / La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau
Highway system
Route 104Route 107

Route 105 runs mostly in the Gatineau River valley, where it is characterized by twisty and hilly sections. Besides Hull, the only other significant town along the route is Maniwaki.

Originally part of the former Route 11, it was renumbered to 105 in the 1970s, and runs parallel to Autoroute 5 in the Gatineau area.

Municipalities along Route 105

Major intersections

RCM or ET Municipality Km Road Notes
Southern terminus of Route 105
Gatineau Hull 0.0 A-5 (Exit 5) 5 SOUTH: to Gatineau
5 NORTH: to Chelsea
Les Collines-de-l'Outaouais Chelsea 2.0 Chemin Alonzo-Wright To Route 307
6.5 Chemin d'Old Chelsea To Old Chelsea
18.3 A-5 (North end / Exit 21) 5 SOUTH: to Gatineau
La Pêche 27.3
30.8
Route 366 (Overlap 3.5 km) 366 WEST: to Thorne
366 EAST: to Val-des-Monts
La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau Kazabazua 68.9 Chemin du Lac-Sainte-Marie EAST: to Lac-Sainte-Marie
71.1 Route 301 (North end) 301 SOUTH: to Alleyn-et-Cawood
Gracefield 87.0 Chemin du Lac-Cayamant WEST: to Lac-Cayamant
88.9 Rue Saint-Eugène NORTH: to Blue Sea
96.8 Chemin du Calumet SOUTH: to Northfield
Messines 112.1 Chemin de l'Entrée Nord WEST: to Messines and Blue Sea
Maniwaki 126.9 Route 107 (South end) 107 NORTH: to Déléage
Bois-Franc 144.0 Chemin de Bois-Franc–Montcerf WEST: to Montcerf-Lytton
Grand-Remous 157.0 Route 117 (TCH) 117 NORTH: to Val-d'Or
117 SOUTH: to Mont-Laurier
Northern terminus of Route 105

See also

References

  1. Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 55-56, Les Publications du Québec, 2005
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