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What is the best driving route from Greensboro NC to Montreal Canada?

    1. Take U.S. 220 NORTH to I-81 via I-581/U.S. 220 NORTH in Roanoke. You will exit onto I-81 at EXIT 1N to get onto I-81 NORTH to LEXINGTON.
    2. Take I-81 NORTH to Canada. The only city that you will bypass is Syracuse, New York via I-481. (EXIT 16 off I-81 to get onto I-481, then take I-481 back to I-81 NORTH to WATERTOWN at EXIT 9N.) You will be crossing into Canada via the 1000 Islands Bridge (toll). Your cash fare (assuming that you are going to be driving a car) is $2.50.
    3. Once you have crossed the 1000 Islands Bridge and cleared the border, stay to the right and follow signs to HIGHWAY 401 EAST to OTTAWA and MONTRÉAL.
    4. Take HIGHWAY 401 EAST to QUÉBEC where HIGHWAY 401 becomes AUTOROUTE 20.
    5. Stay on AUTOROUTE 20 EST to AUTOROUTE 540 & 40 to OTTAWA/GATINEAU and MONTRÉAL at EXIT 29.
    6. Follow signs to AUTOROUTE 40 EST. Take AUTOROUTE 40 EST to Montréal.

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  • Answer:
    1. Take U.S. 220 NORTH to I-81 via I-581/U.S. 220 NORTH in Roanoke. You will exit onto I-81 at EXIT 1N to get onto I-81 NORTH to LEXINGTON.
    2. Take I-81 NORTH to Canada. The only city that you will bypass is Syracuse, New York via I-481. (EXIT 16 off I-81 to get onto I-481, then take I-481 back to I-81 NORTH to WATERTOWN at EXIT 9N.) You will be crossing into Canada via the 1000 Islands Bridge (toll). Your cash fare (assuming that you are going to be driving a car) is $2.50.
    3. Once you have crossed the 1000 Islands Bridge and cleared the border, stay to the right and follow signs to HIGHWAY 401 EAST to OTTAWA and MONTRÉAL.
    4. Take HIGHWAY 401 EAST to QUÉBEC where HIGHWAY 401 becomes AUTOROUTE 20.
    5. Stay on AUTOROUTE 20 EST to AUTOROUTE 540 & 40 to OTTAWA/GATINEAU and MONTRÉAL at EXIT 29.
    6. Follow signs to AUTOROUTE 40 EST. Take AUTOROUTE 40 EST to Montréal.

  • Answer: Driving from Miami to Montreal would be 1,653 mi - about 1 day 2 hours per Google Maps.

  • Answer: The driving distance from Southbury, CT, USA to Montreal, QC,Canada is 333.9mi / 537.37km
  • Answer: There are two routes that can be taken to drive from Pontiac, Michigan to Montreal, Quebec. The most direct route is 568 miles, which would take approximately 9 hours, by entering Canada at Sarnia, Ontario, and following Highway 401 straight through to Montreal. The second route keeps most of the driving in the US, passing through Ohio, New York State, and Vermont. That route is approximately 711 miles and would take about 12 hours.
  • Answer: The driving distance is about 325 road miles.
  • Answer: The driving distance between Cincinnati, OH and Montreal, QC, Canada is approximately 820 miles. The driving time would be approximately 13 hours 15 minutes if you were to travel non-stop in good driving conditions. (The driving time does not take into consideration conditions which may extend trip time such as weather, road work, border crossings and rush hour traffic in urban areas.)
  • Answer: 328 miles/528 kilometres taking this route:
    1. Go down to I-90 THRUWAY (toll) EAST via either I-490 EAST or I-390 SOUTH.
    2. Take I-90 EAST on the THRUWAY (toll) to I-81 to WATERTOWN and BINGHAMTON off EXIT 36 in Syracuse; follow signs to I-81 NORTH to WATERTOWN.
    3. Take I-81 NORTH to ONTARIO, CANADA via the THOUSAND ISLANDS BRIDGE (toll).
    4. Once you have crossed into Canada, drive 4 kiloemtres to HIGHWAY 401, and EXIT onto HIGHWAY 401 - EAST to MONTREAL.
    5. Take HIGHWAY 401 - EAST to QUÉBEC, where HIGHWAY 401 becomes AUTOROUTE 20.
    6. Continue on AUTOROUTE 20 - EST to MONTRÉAL.

  • Answer:
    1. Take HIGHWAY 99 SOUTH from Vancouver to U.S.A. where HIGHWAY 99 becomes I-5. You will be crossing at the PEACE ARCH X-ING.
    2. Continue on I-5 SOUTH all the way down to I-210 EAST to PASADENA at EXIT 161A in CALIFORNIA. To bypass Seattle, take I-405 (EXIT 182 off I-5 in WASHINGTON). To bypass Portland, take I-205 (EXIT 7 off I-5 in WASHINGTON).
    3. Take I-210 EAST to I-10 EAST to INDIO at EXIT 85B.
    4. Take I-10 EAST to Palm Springs.

  • Answer: 1,355 miles/2,180 km in total.

    From Kansas City, MO to the Blue Water Bridge border x-ing @ PORT HURON, MI it is 850 miles taking this route:
    1. Take I-35 NORTH (towards DES MOINES), from Kansas City, to I-80 EAST to DAVENPORT, at Des Moines, IOWA.
    2. Continue on I-80 EAST to I-94 EAST to DETROIT, in northwestern INDIANA, outside of Chicago.
    3. Continue on I-94 EAST to I-69 NORTH to LANSING off EXIT 108 in MICHIGAN.
    4. Take I-69 NORTH (& EAST, past Lansing), to CANADA, via the BLUE WATER BRIDGE (toll), crossing from PORT HURON, MICHIGAN, U.S.A. into SARNIA (technically Point Edward), ONTARIO, CANADA.

    From Sarnia, ON to Montréal, QC, it is 820 km (510 miles) taking this route:
    1. From Sarnia, you will continue HIGHWAY 402 - EAST towards LONDON.
    2. Take HIGHWAY 402 - EAST to HIGHWAY 401 - EAST to TORONTO, near London.
    3. Take HIGHWAY 401 - EAST, thru Toronto, to QUÉBEC, where the highway will continue as AUTOROUTE 20 - EST.
    4. Continue on AUTOROUTE 20 - EST to AUTOROUTE 40 - EST to MONTRÉAL off SORTIE [exit] 29, and then take AUTOROUTE 40 - EST to Montréal. Or, if you are going to Montréal CENTRE-VILLE (the city centre), stay on AUTOROUTE 20 - EST to Montréal.

  • Answer: 5 - 6 hours depending on traffic