List of Alberta Provincial Highways

List Of Alberta Provincial 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.

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