Friday, 12 April 2013

Monster TRUCKS pass Through The Decarie Expressway Montreal

Videos of  Decarie Boulevard Landmarks,Hotels, Restaurants And the Décarie Expressway (Quebec Autoroute 15)

                                        See Upclose Queen Mary Exit of Decarie Expressway

The Decarie Boulevard is an arterial north / south in the center of the island of Montreal . It crosses the district Notre-Dame-de-Grâce/Côte-des-Neiges and extends to the street Porier in the borough of Saint-Laurent . North of the boulevard de la Côte-Vertu and to Poirier Street, the artery becomes Rue Decarie .


Quebec Autoroute 15

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Autoroute Décarie, Décarie Autoroute, Décarie Expressway, Quebec Route 9 and Decarie Boulevard redirect here.

"Quebec Route 15" redirects here. For the pre-1970s route, see Quebec Route 138.
Autoroute 15 (also called the Décarie Expressway (English) or Autoroute Décarie (French) between the Turcot and Décarie Interchanges in Montreal and the Laurentian Autoroute (English) or Autoroute des Laurentides (French) north of Autoroute 40) is a highway in western Quebec, Canada. 


It was, until the extension of Autoroute 25 was opened in 2011, the only constructed north-south autoroute to go out of Montreal on both sides. A-15 begins at the end of Interstate 87 at the United States border at Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle to Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts with an eventual continuation beyond Mont-Tremblant. The total length of A-15 is currently 164 km (101.9 mi), including a short concurrency (4 km/2.5 mi) with Autoroute 40 (Boulevard/Autoroute Métropolitan) that connects the two main sections. This is one of the few autoroutes in Quebec that does not have any spinoff highways.