Source Matelas is a community of the Western department in the Republic of Haiti, with creative economic resources and an alternative standard of living, mainly due to the almost total shortage of water resources.
Route Nationale 1 passes through town along a highway, with two major shopping districts throughout the section. This stretch of Route 1, though not a full controlled access highway, is a major commuter route out of Port-au-Prince, heading towards the interchange to Arcahaie. Route 1 through Cabaret has known for its abundance of economic generators such as mills and cement plants, and also sugar refineries. The route is also shares a junction with Route Departmentale 114, which passes through Titanyen after leaving Route 1 to head northward into Des Orangers. Entrée Moulins d'Haiti intersects with Route 1 as well, in the southern end of town at Carrefour Minoterie. This road passes through the shoreside community of Lafiteau, crossing the mills and abutting the waterfront to join Route de Minoterie.
Habitation located in the town of Cabaret, rural section of Source Matelas. Formerly it was a corral, where animals were kept, and it was called Hatte Aubry.
• On March 22, 1792, the slaves' workshops of this habitation were raided by Lapointe, chief of the native rebels, against the French.
|Aubry, Fond-Mombin, La Fiteau, Latanier, Merceron, Minoterie, Simonette, Source-Matelas, Saint-Christophe, Tangnin, Ti Chouloupe, Valembrun|