Template talk:Quebec Autoroutes

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Quebec Routes Built to Autoroute Standards[edit]

The Autoroute standards are very lax, mostly being expressways, 2-lane or higher, with (usually) controlled/limited access.

Route 148 was to become A-50, before that was constructed on a whole new alignment. Quebec Routes 112 and 116 are freeways for parts of their length, Quebec route 133 is divided and four-laned its whole length from A-35 to I-87. A-973 is not signed (it's a secret designation), but rather is signed as Quebec route 175 (its other route, sharing the road as a concurrency. The list like this goes on. My evidence is from google maps and from Rand McNally, as well as these websites: [1] [2]. User:Raccoon FoxTalk 20:29, 15 July 2006 (UTC)

What's with the motorway sign on the template?[edit]

Québec doesn't have any motorways, thus an Autoroute sign should be used instead of the morotway sign. Whatever happened to the Autoroute 20 sign? -Daniel Blanchette 21:26, 12 December 2006 (UTC)