Alberta Secondary Highways

Alberta Secondary Highways

This is a list of provincial highways in Alberta. Alberta's provincial highway network comprised nearly 31,000 km (19,000 mi) of highways as of 2009, of which 24,851 km (15,442 mi) were paved.

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All of Alberta's provincial highways are maintained by Alberta Transportation (AT), a department of the Government of Alberta, and all of them have been designated by AT as 'Primary Highways' since 2000/2001. The Primary Highways are divided into two series, the "1-216 Series" makes up Alberta's core highway network, has the highest traffic volume, and are mostly paved. The "500-986 Series", formerly known as the "Secondary Highways", provide more local access, and include a large number of gravel highways.

Read more about Alberta Secondary Highways:  Primary Highways, 1-216 Series, Primary Highways, 500-986 Series, Former Highways, Park Access Roads, Urban Approach Roads

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... road (UAR) is an access route managed by Alberta Transportation that connects urbanized areas to designated provincial highways ... The following is a list of all urban approach roads in Alberta as of May, 2010 ... Connecting Highway Destination Length (km) 55 Highway 56 Big Valley 1.579 56 Highway 45 Dewberry 1.703 57 Highway 45 Clandonald 2.84 68 Highway 43 Rochfort Bridge 0.763 71 Highway 21 Huxley 0.557 73 Highway 44 ...

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