St-Jean sur Richelieu
<map lat='45.30338788109959' lng='-73.24790954589844' zoom='12' view='0' float='right'/> St-Jean-sur-Richelieu is a town in Quebec, Canada located along the river Richelieu in the '. It is connected through regular public transport to Montreal, and could be therefore considered as a far suburban area.
East towards Sherbrooke (A-10)
South towards Burlington, Vermont (rte 133)
Coming with the bus from Montreal, the Carrefour Terminus where you will end up is located in a large parking lot, on Rue Douglas. There are a few entrances to the A-35 & rte 104 (Sud & Est, the directions you need), but the closer highway on-ramps are large, with too much traffic going in various directions, and they are not recommended as a starting point.
Rather, from Rue Douglas, make a right onto Rue Pierre-Caisse, walk about one kilometer along it, and make another right onto Blvd du Seminaire Nord, cross under the first overpass, and the highway entrance you need (to AA-35 & rte 104, which turn into rte 133 just before Sabrevois, Quebec) will be on your right side.
- Border Crossing
See St-Armand for further details