Quebec Route 307
Route 307 is a provincial road located in the Outaouais region of Quebec. The road runs mostly parallel to the Gatineau River on the eastern side of it. It starts at the corner of Rue Saint-Louis and Boulevard Greber in the Gatineau sector of the city of Gatineau. It runs north of Gatineau and ends in Val-des-Bois at the junction of Route 309 which runs from the Buckingham sector north into the Upper Laurentians.
|Maintained by Transports Québec|
|Length||67.0 km (41.6 mi)|
|Counties||Gatineau / Les Collines-de-l'Outaouais / Papineau|
|Major cities||Gatineau, Cantley, Val-des-Monts|
The main communities the highway passes through are Gatineau, Cantley and Val-des-Monts. In Gatineau, it is known as Rue Saint-Louis, in Cantley it is known as Montée de la Source and in Val-des Monts it is named Route Principale.
On June 23, 2010, part of the highway was closed between Val-des-Bois and Bowman, due to a partial bridge collapse caused by a 5.0 magnitude earthquake.
|RCM or ET||Municipality||Km||Junction||Notes|
Southern terminus of Route 307
|Gatineau||Gatineau||0.0||Boul Gréber||Downtown Gatineau|
|50 EAST: to Buckingham (Gatineau) |
50 WEST: to Hull (Gatineau)
|366 WEST: to La Pêche |
366 EAST: to Cantley
|Papineau||Val-des-Bois||67.0||309 SOUTH: to Val-des-Monts |
309 NORTH: to Notre-Dame-de-Laus
Northern terminus of Route 307
- Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 95, Les Publications du Québec, 2005
- "5.0 Val-des-Bois quake rattles Ottawa, eastern North America". Ottawa Citizen, June 23, 2010.