Quebec Route 134

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Route 134

Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length21.4 km[1] (13.3 mi)
History Route 9B
Major junctions
South end A-15 / R-132 in Candiac
Major intersections R-104 in La Prairie
A-10 in Brossard
R-112 / R-116 in Longueuil
A-20 / R-132 in Longueuil
R-136 (via Rue Notre-Dame) in Montreal
North end R-138 (Rue Sherbrooke) in Montreal
Major citiesMontreal, Longueuil, Brossard, La Prairie, Candiac
Highway system
R-133 R-136

Route 134 is a highway in the province of Quebec, running from Candiac on the South Shore of the Saint Lawrence River to Montreal, crossing the river on Jacques Cartier Bridge. On the South Shore, Route 134 is named Boulevard Taschereau, after the prominent Quebec family that included former premier Louis-Alexandre Taschereau. From Jacques Cartier Bridge to the end of the highway at Rue Sherbrooke (Route 138) in Montreal, the highway is a one-way pair formed by Avenue Papineau and Avenue De Lorimier.

Municipalities along Route 134

Major intersections

All exits are unnumbered.

RoussillonCandiac0.00.0 A-15 south / R-132 west to I-87 south – New YorkR-134 southern terminus; A-15 exit 45; northbound exit and southbound entrance; R-134 follows Boulevard Taschereau
La Prairie3.04.8 Chemin de Saint-Jean (R-104 east) – Rivière-du-Loup (Centre-Ville)R-104 western terminus
LongueuilBrossard7.011.3 A-10 – Pont Champlain, Montréal Centre-Ville, SherbrookeA-10 exit 9
Longueuil13.822.2 R-112 / R-116 east – Pont Victoria, BelœilInterchange; R-116 western terminus
14.022.5Boulevard Jacques-CartierInterchange
14.723.7Boulevard Curé-PoirierInterchange; northbound access to Boulevard Jacques-Cartier
15.725.3Boulevard DesaulniersInterchange
16.626.7Boulevard La FayetteInterchange; northbound exit and southbound entrance
17.027.4 A-20 / R-132 – La Prairie, U.S.A., Varennes, QuébecInterchange; R-134 leaves Boulevard Taschereau; A-20 exit 82
St. Lawrence River17.5–
Jacques Cartier Bridge
MontrealMontreal18.730.1Parc Jean-DrapeauInterchange part of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge; access to Saint Helen's Island
20.332.7 To R-136 (Rue Notre-Dame) – Montréal Centre-VilleOne-way transition; northbound follows Avenue De Lorimier; southbound follows Avenue Papineau
21.434.4 Rue Sherbrooke (R-138)R-134 northern terminus; Avenue De Lorimier and Avenue Papineau continue north
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 65, Les Publications du Québec, 2005
  2. ^ Google (March 30, 2023). "Route 191 in Quebec" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved March 30, 2023.

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