British Columbia Highway 95A
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|Length:||55 km (34 mi)|
|Existed:||1968 – present|
|South end:||BC 3 / BC 95 near Cranbrook|
|North end:||BC 93 / BC 95 at Wasa Junction|
Highway 95A, the Kimberley Highway, is a 55 km (34 mi) long alternate route to Highway 95 that passes through the city of Kimberley and the community of Ta Ta Creek. The highway was created in 1968, when Highway 95 was re-routed from Highway 95A's current route to a path through the Fort Steele area.