Alberta Highway 14

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Highway 14
Poundmaker Trail
Route information
Length: 257 km (160 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Hwy 2 in Edmonton
 

Hwy 216 in Edmonton
Hwy 21 near Edmonton
Hwy 36 in Viking
Hwy 26 near Kinsella

Hwy 41 in Wainwright
East end: Saskatchewan border
continues east as Hwy 40
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Strathcona County, Beaver County, Wainwright No. 61 M.D.
Major cities: Edmonton
Towns: Tofield, Viking, Wainwright
Villages: Ryley, Holden, Irma
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 13 Hwy 15

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 14[1] is an east-west highway through central Alberta. It spans from the AlbertaSaskatchewan border to the City of Edmonton. It runs parallel to the more northern Highway 16.

It passes through Wainwright, Fabyan, Irma, Kinsella, Viking, Bruce, Holden, Poe, Ryley, Tofield, South Cooking Lake. Along the outskirts of Sherwood Park, Highway 14 forms a 9 km concurrency with Highway 216 (Edmonton's outer ring road), and then Highway 14 continues into Edmonton as Whitemud Drive and terminates at the Calgary Trail interchange, where it connects with Highway 2.

Along with Saskatchewan Highway 40 (with which it connects at the boundary), it forms part of the Poundmaker Trail, named after Chief Poundmaker of the Cree.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 4 

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