Quebec Route 209

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Route 209
Route information
Maintained by Transports Québec
Length 58.9 km[1] (36.6 mi)
Major junctions
South end NY 189 at Clinton, New York
  Route 201 / Route 202 in Franklin
Route 203 in Saint-Chrysostome
Route 205 in Sainte-Clotilde
Route 221 in St-Rémi
A-30 in Saint-Constant (future)
North end Route 132 in Sainte-Catherine
Counties Le Haut-Saint-Laurent / Les Jardins-de-Napierville / Roussillon
Highway system

Quebec provincial highways

Route 208 Route 210

Route 209 is a provincial highway located in the Montérégie region of Quebec south of Montreal. The route runs from the Canada-United States border in Franklin and ends at the Saint-Constant/Sainte-Catherine limit, south of Montreal at the junction of Route 132. South of the US border it continues as New York State Route 189 in Clinton, New York. This road serves as an alternative route to Route 138 (towards Montreal) and the southwestern suburbs) which is a parallel route to Route 209 located roughly 10 kilometers west of it. It also provides the main link to Saint-Rémi, the largest city in the Jardins-de-Napierville MRC.

Municipalities along Route 209[edit]

Major intersections[edit]

RCM or ET Municipality Km Junction Notes
Southern terminus of Route 209
Le Haut-Saint-Laurent Franklin 0.0 NY 189 189 SOUTH: to Clinton, New York
4.5 Route 202 202 WEST: to Hinchinbrooke
202 EAST: to Havelock
8.5 Route 201 201 SOUTH: to Franklin
201 NORTH: to Ormstown
Saint-Chrysostome 20.3 Route 203 203 SOUTH: to Havelock
203 NORTH: to Très-Saint-Sacrement
Les Jardins-de-Napierville Saint-Clotilde 32.2 Route 205 205 SOUTH: to Hemmingford Township
205 NORTH: to Saint-Urbain-Premier
Saint-Rémi 43.8 Route 221 221 SOUTH: to Saint-Michel
221 NORTH: to Saint-Isidore
Roussillon Sainte-Catherine 58.9 Route 132 132 WEST: to Kahnawake
132 EAST: to Delson
Northern terminus of Route 209

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Ministère des transports, "Distances routières", page 81, Les Publications du Québec, 2005

External links[edit]