Quebec Route 111

Quebec Route 111

Route 111 is a north/south highway on the north shore of the Saint-Lawrence River in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region of Quebec, Canada. Its northern terminus is close to Normétal at the junction of Route 393, and its southern terminus is in Val-d'Or at the junction of Route 117.

Municipalities along Route 111

Major intersections

RCM or ET Municipality Km Road Notes
La Vallée-de-l'Or Val-d'Or 0 Southern terminus of Route 111
117 WEST: to Malartic
117 EAST: to Réservoir-Dozois
Abitibi Saint-Marc-de-Figuery West end of Route 386
386 EAST: to Landrienne
Amos

East end of Route 111 / Route 395 overlap
395 NORTH: to La Morandière

West end of Route 111 / Route 395 overlap
395 SOUTH: to Sainte-Gertrude-Manneville

South end of Route 111 / Route 109 overlap
109 SOUTH: to Saint-Mathieu-d'Harricana

North end of Route 111 / Route 109 overlap
109 NORTH: to Saint-Felix-de-Dalquier
Trécesson South end of Route 399
399 NORTH: to Berry
Chemin des Broues NORTH: to Berry
Launay Chemin des 6e et 10e rang NORTH: to Lac-Chicobi
Abitibi-Ouest Taschereau East end of Route 390
390 WEST: to Poularies
Authier Chemin Principale NORTH: to Authier-Nord
Macamic North end of Route 101
101 SOUTH: to Poularies
Chemin-du-Saint-Janvier NORTH: to Chazel
La Sarre

South end of Route 111 / Route 393 overlap
393 SOUTH: to Sainte-Hélène-de-Mancebourg

North end of Route 111 / Route 393 overlap
393 NORTH: to Clermont
Dupuy Chemin-du-1e-et-10e-rang WEST: to La Reine
Normétal Chemin-du-Parallele WEST: to in Clermont
Northern terminus of Route 111

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