Alberta Secondary Highways - Urban Approach Roads

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.

UAR
No.
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 Pibroch 1.419
74 Highway 28 Waskatenau 0.805
79 Highway 2 Vimy 1.374
81 Highway 44 Jarvie 1.626
82 Highway 44 Flatbush 3.248
83 Highway 44 Fawcett 0.953
84 Highway 43 Onoway 0.938
86 Highway 13 Hughenden 0.382
87 Highway 13 Metiskow 2.955
88 Highway 12 Tees 0.35
89 Highway 21 Elnora 3.267
90 Highway 21 Lousana 3.634
96 Highway 28 Bonnyville Beach 3.296
104 Highway 28 Warspite 0.825
108 Highway 13 Cadogan 10.527
110 Highway 36 Scandia 2.068
111 Highway 12 Clive 1.087
113 Highway 27 Morrin 0.815
114 Highway 54 Dickson 3.225
115 Highway 16 Evansburg 1.033
116 Highway 28 Vilna 1.118
122 Highway 9 Craigmyle 2.279
124 Highway 2 Widewater 0.584
125 Highway 2 Kinuso 1.838
128 Highway 597 Blackfalds 1.008
133 Highway 21 Rockyford 8.251
136 Highway 2 Donnelly 0.257
137 Highway 36 Galahad 6.517
139 Highway 41 Empress 10.048
141 Highway 9 Beiseker 0.475
144 Highway 9 Irricana 0.879
150 Highway 29 Hairy Hill 0.884
154 Highway 41 Hilda 4.947
155 Highway 45 Derwent 0.669
156 Highway 28 Smoky Lake 0.886
158 Highway 28 Radway 0.618
160 Highway 2 Tawatinaw 2.778
161 Highway 23 Carmangay 0.735
164 Highway 11 Benalto 1.501
165 Highway 20 Bluffton 1.695
166 Highway 2 Joussard 2.188
167 Highway 2 Canyon Creek 0.456
168 Highway 41 Schuler 4.781
170 Highway 2 Faust 0.895
171 Highway 61 Wrentham 0.913
172 Highway 21 New Sarepta 3.507
174 Highway 2 Enilda 0.463
175 Highway 13 Winfield 1.147
178 Highway 41 Acadia Valley 0.913
180 Highway 28 Ashmont 0.932
181 Highway 617 Hay Lakes 0.682
185 Highway 69 Fort McMurray Airport 3.026
187 Highway 21 Swalwell 5.519
189 Highway 13 Gwynne 0.328
197 Highway 32 Peers 0.164
199 Highway 16 Ranfurly 0.651
205 Highway 3 Kipp 1.76
206 Highway 21 Bashaw 0.891
210 Highway 56 Meeting Creek 1.365
212 Highway 49 Guy 0.829
213 Highway 36 Kikino 4.225
214 Highway 2 Bluesky 0.418
216 Highway 16 Minburn 0.774
217 Highway 28 Bellis 2.264
220 Highway 41 Czar 0.801
221 Highway 21 Delburne 0.942
224 Highway 63 Abee 0.248
225 Highway 55 Rich Lake 1.443
227 Highway 35 High Level Airport 1.374
236 Highway 29 St. Edouard 0.929
238 Highway 2 Berwyn 0.598

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