Urban Approach Roads
An urban approach 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.
|55||Highway 56||Big Valley||1.579|
|68||Highway 43||Rochfort Bridge||0.763|
|96||Highway 28||Bonnyville Beach||3.296|
|150||Highway 29||Hairy Hill||0.884|
|156||Highway 28||Smoky Lake||0.886|
|167||Highway 2||Canyon Creek||0.456|
|172||Highway 21||New Sarepta||3.507|
|178||Highway 41||Acadia Valley||0.913|
|181||Highway 617||Hay Lakes||0.682|
|185||Highway 69||Fort McMurray Airport||3.026|
|210||Highway 56||Meeting Creek||1.365|
|225||Highway 55||Rich Lake||1.443|
|227||Highway 35||High Level Airport||1.374|
|236||Highway 29||St. Edouard||0.929|
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