Autoroute 73 highway extension from Beauce Quebec to Maine border on Route 173 to US Route 201 in Jackman
« When I grow up, Autoroute 73 will have reached St-Georges right?»

Welcome to the unofficial website about the extension of Autoroute 73 (highway 73) to St.Georges in Beauce, Quebec.  Use the menu at right (in french) or below (in english) to browse the site. Take a minute to read the About us page.  You'll find many pictures of the current construction work.  Look at the timeline of this long awaited extension project as well as information about what's new: the extension to St.Georges, maybe around St.Georges, to Maine and details about road and border improvements in the Beauce region.  Send me your questions & comments and thank you for visiting!



Highway 73
Looking North at the new Famine River bridge and the 90th street overpass in St.Georges (2012)

 Breaking News! 
November 11, 2015
A new 4.9 KM stretch of Autoroute 73 opens north of Saint-Georges  - Only one remaining for 2016

A new four-lane divided stretch of Autoroute 73 was opened on Wednesday November 11th 2015. Cars can now move quickly between Saint-Georges and the village of Notre-Dame-des-Pins.  Autoroute 73 southern entrance is at the Route 204 traffic circle in St.Georges (exit 43).  It reaches 74th street in St-Georges(exit 48) and is now extended northward to Notre-Dame-des-Pins (exit 53).  

The next and final stretch of road is set to open early Fall 2016 in Beauceville (exit 61).  This will mark the end of a 43-year wait by the southern Beauce population.  This last part of the project has been divided in three work zones (two of which are nearly completed).

Updated: November 14, 2015

DISCLAIMER: This is a personal and unofficial website that has a goal of putting together informations, pictures and news articles related to the extension of Autoroute 73 (highway 73).  The author and the site are in no way related to anyone inlvolved directly or not to the extension of Autoroute 73, whether it's governments, department of transportation, city officials or any other.  See the website of Transport Quebec and the BAPE for more information and official impact studies and plans.