Alberta Highway 2A

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Highway 2A
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Segments of Highway 2A in Alberta
Southern Alberta segment
Length: 46 km[1] (29 mi)
South end: Hwy 23 in High River
Major
junctions:
Hwy 7 at Okotoks
North end: Hwy 22X / Hwy 201 in Calgary
Central Alberta segment
Length: 229 km[2] (142 mi)
South end: Hwy 2 / Hwy 72 near Crossfield
Major
junctions:
Hwy 27 in Olds
Hwy 42 in Penhold
Hwy 2 in Red Deer
Hwy 11 in Red Deer
Hwy 11A in Red Deer
Hwy 12 in Lacombe
Hwy 53 in Ponoka
Hwy 13 in Wetaskiwin
North end: Hwy 2 in Leduc
Northern Alberta segments
Length: 53 km (33 mi)
Smith 15 km (9 mi)
High Prairie 27 km (17 mi)
Grimshaw 11 km (7 mi)
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Foothills No. 31 M.D., Rocky View County, Mountain View County, Red Deer County, Lacombe County, Ponoka County, Wetaskiwin No. 10 County, Leduc County, Lesser Slave River No. 124 M.D., Big Lakes County, Smoky River No. 130 M.D., Peace No. 135 M.D.
Major cities: Calgary, Red Deer, Lacombe, Wetaskiwin, Leduc
Towns: High River, Okotoks, Crossfield, Carstairs, Olds, Bowden, Innisfail, Penhold, Blackfalds, Ponoka, Millet, Grimshaw
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 2 Hwy 3

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 2A[3] is the designation of six alternate routes off Highway 2 in Alberta, Canada. In general, these are original sections of Highway 2, such as the southern portion of Macleod Trail in Calgary. They passed through communities before limited-access freeways were built to shorten driving distance, accommodate heavier volumes and to bypass city traffic. Portions of the alignment of Highway 2A follow the route of the former Calgary and Edmonton Trail.

High River – Calgary[edit]

Highway 2A currently begins in the Town of High River and follows 12 Avenue SE and Centre Street before passing by Aldersyde and intersecting Highway 7. The highway then travels westward to the Town of Okotoks, where it branches north and follows Southridge Drive and Northridge Drive through Okotoks before rejoining Highway 2 near De Winton. In 2003, it was extended north by sharing a common alignment with Highway 2 for 3 km (2 mi) until it splits to Deerfoot Trail (Highway 2) Macleod Trail (Highway 2A) and ends in the City of Calgary at Highway 22X (Spruce Meadows Trail) / Highway 201 (Stoney Trail). Macleod Trail continues north into downtown Calgary but does not carry a highway designation.[4]

Near De Winton, Highway 2A splits to the southwest, connecting Calgary to Okotoks.

Major intersections[edit]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
M.D. of Foothills No. 31 High River 0 0.0 Hwy 23 east (12 Avenue SE) to Hwy 2 (Exit 194) – Vulcan
10 Street SE
Hwy 2A begins and travels westward
50°34′19″N 113°51′03″W / 50.572042°N 113.850824°W / 50.572042; -113.850824 (2A:04 km 00)
2 1.2 Centre Street
12 Avenue SE
Roundabout
Hwy 2A branches north
50°34′19″N 113°52′21″W / 50.572010°N 113.872595°W / 50.572010; -113.872595 (2A:04 km 02)
3 1.9 Crosses the Highwood River 50°34′59″N 113°52′21″W / 50.58308°N 113.87239°W / 50.58308; -113.87239 (2A:04 km 03)
4 2.5 Hwy 543 west / 498 Avenue E – Longview 50°36′04″N 113°52′56″W / 50.601227°N 113.882151°W / 50.601227; -113.882151 (2A km 04)
Aldersyde 15 9.3 Hwy 7 east to Hwy 2 (Exit 209) / Hwy 547 – Mossleigh Hwy 7 concurrency begins
Hwy 2A turns west
50°41′41″N 113°53′33″W / 50.694713°N 113.892531°W / 50.694713; -113.892531 (2A km 15)
Okotoks 19 12 32 Street E 50°42′10″N 113°57′07″W / 50.702735°N 113.951824°W / 50.702735; -113.951824 (2A km 19)
21 13 Hwy 783 south / Southridge Drive north
Hwy 7 west – Black Diamond, Turner Valley
Hwy 2A branches north
Hwy 7 concurrency ends
50°42′10″N 113°58′30″W / 50.702683°N 113.974968°W / 50.702683; -113.974968 (2A km 21)
23 14 Crosses the Sheep River Becomes Northridge Drive
50°43′19″N 113°58′55″W / 50.721968°N 113.982068°W / 50.721968; -113.982068 (2A km 23)
24 15 Hwy 549 west (Elizabeth Street) – Millarville 50°43′33″N 113°58′56″W / 50.725898°N 113.982158°W / 50.725898; -113.982158 (2A km 24)
31 19 290 Avenue E – De Winton 50°47′27″N 113°58′29″W / 50.790894°N 113.974700°W / 50.790894; -113.974700 (2A km 31)
33 21 Hwy 2 south (Exit 222) – Fort Macleod, Lethbridge
Hwy 552 east
Interchange
Hwy 2A branches northwest
Hwy 2 concurrency begins
50°47′55″N 113°58′05″W / 50.798660°N 113.967953°W / 50.798660; -113.967953 (2A km 33)
36 22 Hwy 2 north (Deerfoot Trail / Exit 225) – Calgary Partial Interchange
Northbound exit, southbound entrance
Hwy 2 concurrency ends
50°49′30″N 113°59′54″W / 50.82500°N 113.99833°W / 50.82500; -113.99833 (2A km 36)
39 24 Dunbow Road – De Winton, Heritage Pointe Northbound access to Hwy 552.
50°50′02″N 114°00′28″W / 50.833865°N 114.007864°W / 50.833865; -114.007864 (2A km 39)
↑ / ↓ 41 25 Hwy 552 south (226 Avenue S) – De Winton Southbound right in/right out
50°50′56″N 114°01′27″W / 50.848816°N 114.024056°W / 50.848816; -114.024056 (2A km 41)
City of Calgary 46 29 Stoney Trail (Hwy 201 east; exit 5)
Spruce Meadows Trail (Hwy 22X west)
Interchange
Hwy 2A ends
50°53′33″N 114°03′16″W / 50.892575°N 114.054431°W / 50.892575; -114.054431 (2A:08 km 46)
Continues as Macleod Trail towards Calgary City Centre
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Central Alberta[edit]

Highway 2A north of Crossfield in the foreground with divided Highway 2 in the distance.
Near  De Winton, Highway 2A splits southwest toward the bedroom community of Okotoks, Alberta, connecting it to Calgary.
Downtown Red Deer from the air with Highway 2A twin bridges crossing the Red Deer River.

Highway 2A runs adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth II Highway between Calgary and Edmonton, although it does not enter either city. Highway 2A generally runs parallel to the Canadian Pacific Railway Calgary-Edmonton line, which runs to the west of Highway 2 between Crossfield and Red Deer, and to the east of Highway 2 between Red Deer and Leduc. Highway 2A is divided into two subsections with a 13 km (8 mi) gap between Bowden and Innisfail.[5]

The first subsection of Highway 2A starts at the Highway 2 / Highway 72 interchange (Exit 295) and passes through the town of Crossfield, town of Carstairs, and by the town of Didsbury before entering the town of Olds along 46 Avenue and intersects Highway 27 (46 Street). The highway continues north to the town of Bowden before terminating at Highway 587, just west of Highway 2 (Exit 357).[2]

The second subsection begins in the town of Innisfail at Highway 590 (50 Street), just west of Highway 2 (Exit 368), along 42 Avenue. The highway continues north and passes through the town of Penhold before entering the city of Red Deer along Tayler Drive. The highway turns east along 19 Street and then north along Gaetz Avenue. Highway 2A splits into one-way couplets through downtown Red Deer, with northbound traffic following 49 Avenue and southbound traffic following portions of Gaetz Avenue and 51 Avenue. After crossing the Red Deer River, the one-way streets rejoin and intersect Highway 11 (67 Street) and Highway 11A, which forms Red Deer’s northern city limit. The highway continues north through the town of Blackfalds and city of Lacombe. North of Lacombe, the highway rejoins Highway 2 and share the same alignment for 5 km (3 mi) before the highway branches northeast and passes through hamlet of Morningside, town of Ponoka, and hamlet of Maskwacis. The highway enters the city of Wetaskiwin along 56 Street and continues north through the town of Millet, by the hamlet of Kavanagh, and before it rejoins Highway 2 (Exit 516) in the city of Leduc.

Major intersections[edit]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km[2] mi Destinations Notes
Rocky View County 0 0.0 Hwy 2 (Exit 295) – Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton
Hwy 72 east – Beiseker, Drumheller
Interchange
51°23′14″N 114°00′07″W / 51.387327°N 114.001875°W / 51.387327; -114.001875 (2A km 000)
2 1.2 Dickson Stevenson Trail – Airdrie 51°23′34″N 114°01′31″W / 51.392777°N 114.025167°W / 51.392777; -114.025167 (2A km 002)
Crossfield 6 3.7 Hwy 574 west – Madden 51°25′52″N 114°01′29″W / 51.431113°N 114.024696°W / 51.431113; -114.024696 (2A km 006)
11 6.8 Acme Road (Township Road 292) to Hwy 2 – Acme Adjacent to Acme Road/Hwy 2 interchange (Exit 305)
51°28′29″N 114°01′44″W / 51.474746°N 114.028930°W / 51.474746; -114.028930 (2A km 011)
Mountain View County 19 12 Hwy 580 west – Cremona 51°32′00″N 114°04′29″W / 51.533196°N 114.074617°W / 51.533196; -114.074617 (2A km 019)
Carstairs 22 14 Hwy 581 east / Gough Road 51°33′43″N 114°05′43″W / 51.562036°N 114.095266°W / 51.562036; -114.095266 (2A km 022)
34 21 Hwy 582 – Didsbury 51°39′50″N 114°05′45″W / 51.663997°N 114.095967°W / 51.663997; -114.095967 (2A km 034)
Olds 48 30 Hwy 27 (46 Street) – Sundre, Three Hills 51°47′42″N 114°05′46″W / 51.795070°N 114.096212°W / 51.795070; -114.096212 (2A km 048)
Red Deer County 62 39 Hwy 2 south (Exit 353) Access from southbound Hwy 2 only; Hwy 2A turns northwest
51°54′27″N 114°01′38″W / 51.907367°N 114.027175°W / 51.907367; -114.027175 (2A km 062)
Bowden 66 41 Hwy 587 to Hwy 2 Hwy 2/587 interchange (Exit 357) 450 m (14 mi) to the east
51°56′19″N 114°01′54″W / 51.938647°N 114.031739°W / 51.938647; -114.031739 (2Akm 066)
13 km (8 mi) gap in Hwy 2A
Red Deer County Innisfail 79 49 Hwy 590 east to Hwy 2 / 50 Street – Big Valley
42 Avenue
Adjacent to Hwy 2/590 interchange (Exit 368)
52°01′39″N 113°56′03″W / 52.027451°N 113.934092°W / 52.027451; -113.934092 (2A km 079)
Penhold 93 58 Hwy 42 east / Hwy 592 west – Pine Lake 52°07′23″N 113°52′20″W / 52.123099°N 113.872312°W / 52.123099; -113.872312 (2A km 093)
Springbrook 96 60 Airport Drive (Township Road 372) – Airport 52°10′19″N 113°51′43″W / 52.171912°N 113.861825°W / 52.171912; -113.861825 (2A km 096)
100 62 McKenzie Road (Township Road 374) 52°12′06″N 113°50′54″W / 52.201644°N 113.848252°W / 52.201644; -113.848252 (2A km 100)
103 64 To Hwy 2 south (Exit 394) – Calgary 52°13′44″N 113°49′30″W / 52.229005°N 113.824921°W / 52.229005; -113.824921 (2A km 103)
City of Red Deer 103.5 64.3 To Hwy 2 north / 19 Street – Edmonton
Taylor Drive
Hwy 2A branches east
52°14′04″N 113°49′17″W / 52.2343278°N 113.821498°W / 52.2343278; -113.821498 (2A km 103.5)
104 65 Gaetz Avenue
Hwy 590 east (19 Street) – Delburne
Hwy 2A branches north
52°13′58″N 113°48′50″W / 52.232646°N 113.813893°W / 52.232646; -113.813893 (2A km 104)
To Hwy 2 south (Exit 394) – Calgary Access to Hwy 2 south closed during interchange construction.
Access from Hwy 2 north to Hwy 2A still open.[6]
106 66 32 Street 52°15′03″N 113°48′50″W / 52.250760°N 113.813927°W / 52.250760; -113.813927 (2A km 106)
108 67 Ross Street 52°16′08″N 113°48′41″W / 52.269009°N 113.811471°W / 52.269009; -113.811471 (2A km 108)
109 68 Crosses the Red Deer River 52°16′38″N 113°48′43″W / 52.277320°N 113.811848°W / 52.277320; -113.811848 (2A km 109)
110 68 Hwy 11 (67 Street) – Stettler, Rocky Mountain House 52°17′18″N 113°48′50″W / 52.288458°N 113.813843°W / 52.288458; -113.813843 (2A km 110)
114 71 Hwy 11A west – Sylvan Lake 52°19′03″N 113°48′49″W / 52.317576°N 113.813684°W / 52.317576; -113.813684 (2A km 114)
Northland Drive Future north bypass to Hwy 11 east[7]
Red Deer County
No major junctions
↑ / ↓ 119 74 Crosses the Blindman River 52°21′24″N 113°47′46″W / 52.356600°N 113.796205°W / 52.356600; -113.796205 (2A km 119)
Lacombe County Blackfalds 120 75 Hwy 597 – Joffre Roundabout
52°22′05″N 113°47′43″W / 52.368186°N 113.795400°W / 52.368186; -113.795400 (2A km 120)
City of Lacombe 132 82 Hwy 12 (50 Avenue) – Bentley, Stettler 52°27′47″N 113°43′44″W / 52.463106°N 113.728864°W / 52.463106; -113.728864 (2A km 132)
Lacombe County 139 86 Hwy 2 south (Exit 431) – Red Deer, Calgary Interchange; Hwy 2 concurrency begins
52°30′24″N 113°41′18″W / 52.506702°N 113.688459°W / 52.506702; -113.688459 (2A km 139)
144 89 Hwy 2 north (Exit 437) – Edmonton Interchange; Hwy 2 concurrency ends
52°33′32″N 113°39′46″W / 52.559023°N 113.662835°W / 52.559023; -113.662835 (2A km 144)
Morningside 147 91 Hwy 597 west 52°34′47″N 113°38′11″W / 52.579812°N 113.636455°W / 52.579812; -113.636455 (2A km 147)
Ponoka County 157 98 Crosses the Battle River 52°39′33″N 113°36′10″W / 52.659051°N 113.602854°W / 52.659051; -113.602854 (2A km 157)
Ponoka 158 98 Hwy 53 – Rimbey, Bashaw 52°40′25″N 113°35′42″W / 52.673584°N 113.594991°W / 52.673584; -113.594991 (2A km 158)
Samson I.R. No. 137 Maskwacis 177 110 Hwy 611 east – Ferintosh, New Norway Hwy 611 concurrency begins
52°49′14″N 113°27′25″W / 52.820554°N 113.457046°W / 52.820554; -113.457046 (2A km 177)
Ermineskin I.R. No. 138 180 110 Hwy 611 west Hwy 611 concurrency ends
52°50′36″N 113°26′23″W / 52.843424°N 113.439851°W / 52.843424; -113.439851 (2A km 180)
County of Wetaskiwin No. 10
No major junctions
City of Wetaskiwin 194 121 Hwy 13 west / Hwy 613 east (40 Avenue) – Winfield Hwy 13 concurrency begins
52°57′35″N 113°23′24″W / 52.959805°N 113.390079°W / 52.959805; -113.390079 (2A km 194)
197 122 Hwy 13 east – Camrose Hwy 13 concurrency ends
52°59′20″N 113°23′24″W / 52.988931°N 113.390007°W / 52.988931; -113.390007 (2A km 197)
County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 Millet 209 130 Hwy 616 west (45 Avenue) / Township Road 475 – Mulhurst Hwy 616 concurrency begins
53°05′26″N 113°28′10″W / 53.090681°N 113.469407°W / 53.090681; -113.469407 (2A km 209)
Leduc County 215 134 Hwy 616 east – Armena Hwy 616 concurrency ends
53°08′01″N 113°27′53″W / 53.133697°N 113.464599°W / 53.133697; -113.464599 (2A km 215)
Kavanagh 222 138 Glen Park Road (Township Road 490) 53°11′33″N 113°31′12″W / 53.192385°N 113.520113°W / 53.192385; -113.520113 (2A km 222)
City of Leduc 227 141 50 Street north / Southfork Drive west 53°14′38″N 113°32′25″W / 53.243969°N 113.540244°W / 53.243969; -113.540244 (2A km 227)
229 142 Hwy 2 (Exit 516) – Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary Interchange
53°15′09″N 113°33′31″W / 53.252437°N 113.558612°W / 53.252437; -113.558612 (2A km 229)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Closed/former
  •       Concurrency terminus
  •       Unopened

Smith[edit]

Alberta Highway 2A.svg

Highway 2A

Length: 15 km (9 mi)[8]
South end: Hwy 2 near Hondo
North end: Smith

Highway 2A, known as Highway 2A:44 by Alberta Transportation, begins Highway 2 near the hamlet of Hondo and connects with hamlet of Smith.[4]

Major intersections[edit]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km[8] mi Destinations Notes
M.D. of Lesser Slave River No. 124 0 0.0 Hwy 2 – Slave Lake, Peace River, Athabasca, Edmonton 55°03′19″N 114°03′36″W / 55.055324°N 114.059917°W / 55.055324; -114.059917 (2A:44 km 00)
Hondo 3 1.9 road 55°04′11″N 114°01′45″W / 55.069835°N 114.029114°W / 55.069835; -114.029114 (2A:44 km 03)
Smith 15 9.3 road 55°09′48″N 114°02′18″W / 55.163336°N 114.038459°W / 55.163336; -114.038459 (2A:44 km 15)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

High Prairie[edit]

Alberta Highway 2A.svg

Highway 2A

Length: 27 km (17 mi)[9]
East end: Hwy 2 near High Prairie
West end: Hwy 49 near Guy

Highway 2A, known as Highway 2A:54 by Alberta Transportation, begins at Highway 2 at the locality of Triangle, 15 km (9 mi) west of the Town of High Prairie, and connects with Highway 49 near the hamlet of Guy.[9] Prior to 1990, this section was signed as Highway 2 but was renumbered at the same time that Highway 34 was renumbered to Highway 43 (present day Highway 49) north of the Town of Valleyview.[10][11]

This segment of Highway 2A is considered an alternate route of the Northern Woods and Water Route.

Major intersections[edit]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km[9] mi Destinations Notes
Big Lakes County Triangle 0 0.0 Hwy 2 – McLennan, High Prairie, Edmonton 56°13′59″N 117°28′41″W / 56.232989°N 117.477933°W / 56.232989; -117.477933 (2A:54 km 00)
M.D. of Smoky River No. 130 6 3.7 Hwy 747 south – Sunset House 55°25′58″N 116°48′49″W / 55.432852°N 116.813600°W / 55.432852; -116.813600 (2A:54 km 06)
27 17 Hwy 49 – Valleyview, Peace River 55°27′47″N 117°08′17″W / 55.463066°N 117.137919°W / 55.463066; -117.137919 (2A:54 km 27)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Grimshaw[edit]

Alberta Highway 2A.svg

Highway 2A

Length: 11 km (7 mi)[12]
East end: Hwy 2 near Peace River
West end: Hwy 2 in Grimshaw

Highway 2A, known as Highway 2A:36 by Alberta Transportation, begins at Highway 2 at the locality of Roma Junction, 2 km (1 mi) west of the Peace River Airport and 13 km (8 mi) west of the town of Peace River, and terminates in the town of Grimshaw,[4] where it passes by Mile Zero monument of the Mackenzie Highway.

Major intersections[edit]

Rural/specialized municipality Location km[12] mi Destinations Notes
M.D. of Peace No. 135 Roma Junction 0 0.0 Hwy 2 – Grimshaw, Peace River, Edmonton 56°13′59″N 117°28′41″W / 56.232989°N 117.477933°W / 56.232989; -117.477933 (2A:36 km 00)
Grimshaw 11 6.8 Hwy 2 – Fairview, Grande Prairie, Hwy 35, Peace River 56°11′28″N 117°36′40″W / 56.191193°N 117.611064°W / 56.191193; -117.611064 (2A:36 km 11)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Former alignments[edit]

Barlow Trail[edit]

Alberta Highway 2A (1970s).svg

Highway 2A
(Barlow Trail)
Location: Calgary
Length: 11 km (6.8 mi)
Existed: 1971–1980s

In the 1960s, Highway 2 entered north Calgary along Barlow Trail; however in 1971 Highway 2 was realigned to the newly constructed Blackfoot Trail freeway (later renamed Deerfoot Trail).[13] Highway 2A was established along most the original alignment, starting at 16 Avenue NE (Trans-Canada Highway, Highway 1) in the south and continuing north along Barlow Trail for 10 km (6.2 mi), past the Calgary International Airport, to 112 Avenue NE (later renamed Country Hills Boulevard), where it travelled west for 1 km (0.62 mi) to its interchange with Deerfoot Trail.[14] Direct access from Barlow Trail to Blackfoot Trail was closed to make room for the 17 Avenue SE / Blackfoot Trail / Deerfoot Trail interchange.[15]

The Highway 2A designation was phased out in the mid-1980s[16] and the Barlow Trail between 48 Avenue NE (just north of McKnight Boulevard) and the main terminal access was closed to allow for additional runway construction.[17]

High River – Cayley[edit]

Alberta Highway 2A (1970s).svg

Highway 2A
Location: M.D. of Foothills No. 31
Length: 20 km[18] (12 mi)
Existed: 1950s–1997

The existing section of Highway 2A used extend from High River along 10 Street SE, through the hamlet of Cayley, and intersect Highway 2 at the locality of Connemara, located 8 km (5 mi) north of the town of Nanton along the Foothills M.D. / Willow Creek M.D. boundary. The segment was located only 1.6 km (0.99 mi) west of Highway 2 and was lightly traveled, as such it was dropped by the province in 1997.[19][20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Google (January 13, 2017). "Highway 2A between High River and Calgary" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 13, 2017. 
  2. ^ a b c Google (January 12, 2017). "Highway 2A in Central Alberta" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 12, 2017. 
  3. ^ Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 1 
  4. ^ a b c "2015 Provincial Highways 1 - 216 Series Progress Chart" (pdf). Alberta Transportation. March 2015. Retrieved 2016-03-30. 
  5. ^ Google (January 12, 2017). "Innisfail - Bowden gap on Highway 2A" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 12, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Gaetz Avenue Interchange: Detours and alternate access". Alberta Transportation. Government of Alberta. August 22, 2016. Retrieved November 23, 2016. 
  7. ^ North Highway Connector (PDF) (Report). Stantec. 2014. p. 1. Retrieved January 13, 2017. 
  8. ^ a b Google (January 13, 2017). "Highway 2A near Smith, AB" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 13, 2017. 
  9. ^ a b c Google (January 13, 2017). "Highway 2A near High Prairie, AB" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 13, 2017. 
  10. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1989. §§ F-3, G-3. 
  11. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1990. §§ F-3, G-3. 
  12. ^ a b Google (January 13, 2017). "Highway 2A near Grimshaw, AB" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 13, 2017. 
  13. ^ Klaszus, Jeremy (June 7, 2012). "Deerfoot's Revenge". Calgary Herald. Archived from the original on January 2, 2016. Retrieved October 20, 2016. 
  14. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1983. Calgary inset. 
  15. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Government of the Province of Alberta. 1962. Calgary inset. 
  16. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1988. Calgary inset. 
  17. ^ Markusoff, Jason (April 8, 2013). "Access road to Calgary's airport closing for four months". Calgary Herald. Archived from the original on April 11, 2013. Retrieved October 29, 2016. 
  18. ^ Google (January 12, 2017). "Former Highway 2A in Foothills M.D." (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 12, 2017. 
  19. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1996. § M-5. 
  20. ^ Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Travel Alberta. 1997. § M-5. 

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