Quebec Autoroute 410
|Maintained by Transports Québec|
|Length:||12.9 km (8.0 mi)|
|Existed:||1971 – present|
|South end:||Route 108 / Route 143 in Sherbrooke|
|Route 112 in Sherbrooke|
|North end:||A-10 / A-55 in Sherbrooke|
Autoroute 410 (or A-410) is a short peri-urban multilane highway in Sherbrooke, Quebec. It is currently a branch from Autoroute 10 (Autoroute des Cantons-de-l'Est) to the Mont-Bellevue/Ascot district. Its future terminus will be east of Lennoxville. The road was named for In Jacques O'Bready, the former mayor of Sherbrooke and president of the Commission municipale du Québec, in March 2007. Before then, the road was known as the Autoroute University.
The initial segment was opened from A-10 to Boulevard Bourque (Route 112) in 1971 as a two-lane freeway. The route was opened to Boulevard de l'Université in 1978, and the entire A-410 became a 4-lane divided highway in 1981.
In May 2009, work started on Phase 1 of the A-410 extension to Lennoxville. An interchange was built over Boulevard de l'Université, another over Belvédère Street, south of Mont-Bellevue and the last one at R-108/R-143 south of Lennoxville. The project was expected to be completed in 2014. Due to delays, the Belvédère Street interchange was opened in November 2014, with the 108/143 interchange opened in November 2015.
Phase 2 will bypass Lennoxville, with a bridge built over the Massawippi river and culminating at R-108 near Glenday Road, Alexander Galt Regional High School and the Dairy and Swine Research and Development Centre. This phase will complete the southern bypass road for Sherbrooke, mirroring the role of A-610 as northern bypass.
|Sherbrooke||0.00||0.00||–||A-10 / A-55 – Montréal, Drummondville, Québec||Exit 140 on A-10 and A-55|
|0.00||0.00||1||Boulevard de Monseigneur-Fortier||Northbound exit only; other movements via A-10 / A-55 exit 141|
|1.70||1.06||2||Route 220 / Boulevard de Portland|
|3.10||1.93||4O||Route 112 west (Boulevard Bourque) – Rock Forest|
|3.60||2.24||4E||Route 112 east (Rue King Ouest) – Sherbrooke Centre-Ville|
|5.40||3.36||6||Boulevard de l'Université|
|6.90||4.29||7||Route 216 (Chemin de Sainte-Catherine) – Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley||Shared ramp with exit 8|
|7.80||4.85||8||Dunant Street||Shared ramp with exit 7|
|Memphrémagog||Hatley||9.80||6.09||10||Rue Belvédère||Traffic circle ramps|
|Sherbrooke||12.90||8.02||13||Route 108 / Route 143 (Rue Queen) – Coaticook, Stanstead||Temporary terminus at traffic circle ramps|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Répertoire des autoroutes du Québec" (in French). Transports Québec. Retrieved 2008-02-23.
- "Sherbrooke Record news article". Retrieved 2009-05-27.
- "Les automobilistes peuvent rouler un peu plus loin sur l'autoroute 410 à Sherbrooke" (in French). Retrieved 2014-10-21.
- "Agriculture Ministry Press Release". Retrieved 2009-05-27.
Route map: Google
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