Alberta Highway 37
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|Maintained by Alberta Transportation|
|Length:||67 km (42 mi)|
|West end:||Hwy 43 west of Onoway|
| Hwy 2
|East end:||Hwy 15 west of Fort Saskatchewan|
|Lac Ste. Anne County, Sturgeon County|
Alberta Provincial Highway No. 37 is a highway in the province of Alberta, Canada. It runs in an east–west direction just north of St. Albert and Edmonton, from west of Onoway to west of Fort Saskatchewan.
Starting in the west, Highway 37 begins 3.4 km (2.1 mi) west of Onoway (nicknamed Hub of the Highways) where it leaves Highway 43 and parallels it east for 1 mile (1.6 km) before Highway 43 turns south. It continues for most of its length on Township Road 550, a correction line, except for avoiding the Sturgeon River and crossing it twice.
North of Edmonton, from Range Road 241 (50 Street NW) to Range Road 232 (33 Street NE), it is given the designation 259 Avenue. However, it does not enter city limits, as the city's boundary is on the south side of the right-of-way.
Highway 37 ends northeast of Edmonton just short of Fort Saskatchewan when it intersects with Highway 15.
Starting at the west end of Highway 37:
|Lac Ste. Anne County||0||Hwy 43, Range Road 24||Beginning of road|
|4||Hwy 777, Range Road 21||North to Sunrise Beach
South to Onoway
|Sturgeon County||17||Hwy 779, Range Road 10||North to Sandy Beach
South to Stony Plain
|20||Main Street, Range Road 275||Calahoo|
|30||Hwy 44, Range Road 264/265||North to Rivière Qui Barre
South to Villeneuve
|41||Hwy 2, Range Road 253/254||Grade separated
North to Morinville
South to St. Albert
|51||Hwy 28, Range Road 243/244A, 97 Street||Traffic lights
North to Bon Accord
South to CFB Edmonton & Edmonton
|62||Hwy 28A, Range Road 232/233, 17 Street NE||Traffic lights
North to Gibbons
South to Edmonton
|66||Hwy 825||North to Highway 643|
|67||Hwy 15, Manning Freeway||Traffic lights
End of road
East to Fort Saskatchewan
South to Edmonton
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 7
- 2010 Provincial Highways 1 - 216 Series Progress Chart (map, 8 MB) by Alberta Transportation.