List of Alberta provincial highways

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The alignments of both series of highways within Alberta's provincial highway system within other base features including hydrography, national/provincial parks, cities and city equivalents, and the provincial green and white zones.
Alberta’s provincial highway system as of 2016

The Canadian province of Alberta has provincial highway network that was nearly 31,000 kilometres (19,000 mi) in length as of 2009, of which 24,851 kilometres (15,442 mi) were paved.[1]

All of Alberta's provincial highways are maintained by Alberta Transportation (AT), a department of the Government of Alberta. The network includes two distinct series of highways. The "1 - 216" series of numbered provincial highways, formerly known as primary highways, makes up Alberta's core highway network. Highways within this series typically have the highest traffic volume and are mostly paved. The "500 - 986" series of numbered provincial highways provide more local access and include a higher proportion of gravel highways.

History[edit]

The province of Alberta abandoned its system of marking highways by different colours in 1926 in favour of a numbering system.[2] By 1928, the year a gravel road stretched from Edmonton to the United States border, Alberta's provincial highway network comprised 2,310 km (1,440 mi).[2]

Prior to 1973, the expanding provincial highway system in the province comprised one-digit and two-digit highways with some highway numbers having letter suffixes (e.g., Highway 1X, Highway 26A).[3] In 1973, a second highway system emerged. They were numbered using three digits starting in the 500s and referred to as secondary roads, while the pre-existing highway system continued to be referred to as provincial highways.[4] The following year, in 1974, the provincial highways were rebranded as primary highways,[5] while the secondary roads were rebranded as secondary highways in 1990.[6]

Secondary highways were abolished in 2000 with most of them becoming primary highways.[7] The expanded primary highway system was organized into two subsets – the former primary highways were organized into the 1 - 216 series[8] while the former secondaries were organized into the 500 - 986 series.[9] The primary highway terminology was subsequently abandoned in 2010 in favour of referring to all highways as provincial highways instead while maintaining the two series established a decade earlier.[10][11] Despite the changes in nomenclature in 2000 and 2010, the 1 - 216 series and the 500 - 986 series of highways are often still referred to as primary and secondary highways respectively.

1 - 216 series[edit]

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The alignments of the 1 - 216 series of highways within Alberta's provincial highway system within other base features including hydrography, national/provincial parks, cities and city equivalents, and the provincial green and white zones.
The 1 – 216 series of highways within Alberta’s provincial highway system as of 2016
The segments of highways within Alberta's provincial highway system that are designated part of Canada's National Highway System with other base features including the balance of Alberta's provincial highway system, hydrography, national/provincial parks, cities and city equivalents, and the provincial green and white zones.
The highways within Alberta’s provincial highway system that are designated segments of Canada's National Highway System

Alberta’s 1 to 216 series of provincial highways are Alberta’s main highways. They are numbered from 1 to 100, with the exception of the ring roads around Calgary and Edmonton, which are numbered 201 and 216 respectively. The numbers applied to these highways are derived from compounding the assigned numbers of the core north-south and east-west highways that intersect with the rings roads. In Calgary, Highway 201 is derived from the north-south Highway 2 and the east-west Highway 1. In Edmonton, Highway 216 is derived from the same north-south Highway 2 and the east-west Highway 16.

Within this series, all or portions of Highways 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 15, 16, 28, 28A, 35, 43, 49, 63, 201 and 216 are designated core routes of Canada’s National Highway System (NHS).[12] Highway 28 from Highway 63 to Cold Lake is designated a NHS feeder route and Highway 58 between Rainbow Lake and Highway 88 is designated a NHS northern/remote route.[12]

Highways 1, 2, 3, 4, 16, and 43 are considered Alberta’s most important interprovincial and international highways and are divided highways (expressways) or freeways for much or all of their length. Speed limits are generally 100 km/h (62 mph) except on some divided highways and freeways that are 110 km/h (68 mph) or segments of Highway 1 and Highway 16 through the national parks within Alberta's Rockies that can be 90 km/h (56 mph) or 70 km/h (43 mph).

The Highway 15/28A/28/63 corridor between Edmonton and Fort McMurray is considered one of Alberta’s most important intraprovincial highways. A twinning program is currently underway between Boyle and Fort McMurray. Highway 63 from Fort McMurray north to the Suncor and Syncrude oil sands operations is also twinned.

Although only Highways 1, 2, 3, 4, 15, 16, 43, 63, 100, 201, and 216 are twinned (expressways) for most of their length, the vast majority of Alberta's 1 to 216 series of highways are two-laned and paved. Only four highways within the series have segments that remained gravelled. These include segments of Highways 40, 58, and 68 and a short segment near the northern terminus of Highway 63.[13]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 1 (TCH) 534 332 B.C. border at Kicking Horse Pass
(continues as BC 1)
Sask. border east of Walsh
(continues as SK 1)
Trans-Canada Highway 01941-01-01c. 1941 current Signed with Trans-Canada Highway shield; passes through Banff, Calgary, and Medicine Hat.
Hwy 1 1,370 851 U.S. (Montana) border at Carway B.C. border west of Demmitt 01926-01-011926 01941-01-01c. 1941 Replaced by Hwy 2; passes through Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Peace River and Grande Prairie.[14]
Hwy 1 60 37 Bassano Brooks 01941-01-01c. 1941[15] 01955-01-01c. 1955[16] Replaced by Hwy 36 between Brooks and Duchess; became Hwy 550 and Hwy 873 in 1973.
Hwy 1A 51 32 Hwy 1 at Lake Louise Hwy 1 west of Banff Bow Valley Parkway Former section of Hwy 1.
Hwy 1A 89 55 Hwy 1 in Canmore Hwy 1 in Calgary Bow Valley Trail 01957-01-01c. 1957 current Former section of Hwy 1.
Hwy 1A 6 4 B.C. border at Kicking Horse Pass
(continued as BC 1A)
Hwy 1 at Lake Louise Kicking Horse Trail 01962-01-011962 01990-01-01c. 1990s Route closed to automobile traffic.
Hwy 1A 228 142 Hwy 1 west of Lake Louise Hwy 16 in Jasper Icefields Parkway 01940-01-011940 01959-01-011959 Replaced by Hwy 93.[17]
Hwy 1A 11 7 Hwy 1 (16 Avenue NW) / Crowchild Trail in Calgary Hwy 2 (Deerfoot Trail) / 17 Avenue SE in Calgary • 14 Street W
• 6 Avenue S
• 9 Avenue S
01949-01-011949 01980-01-01c. 1980 Former section of Hwy 1 through downtown Calgary; Hwy 1A was split into two sections when decommissioned.
Hwy 1A 14 9 Hwy 2 (Deerfoot Trail) in Calgary Hwy 1 in Chestermere 17 Avenue SE 01949-01-011949 02013-01-012013 Former section of Hwy 1 through east Calgary.
Hwy 1B 11 7 B.C. border at Vermilion Pass
(continued as BC 1B)
Hwy 1 at Castle Junction Banff-Windermere Highway 01941-01-011941 01959-01-011959 Replaced by Hwy 93.[17]
Hwy 1X 5 3 Hwy 1A east of Exshaw Hwy 1 south of Seebe 01961-01-01c. 1961 current
Hwy 2 1,273 791 U.S. (Montana) border at Carway
(continues as US 89)
Hwy 43 north of Grande Prairie • Queen Elizabeth II Highway
(Calgary – Edmonton)
• Northern Woods and Water Route
(Athabasca – Donnelly)
01941-01-01c. 1941 current Passes through Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, and Peace River.
Hwy 2 534 332 B.C. border at Kicking Horse Pass Sask. border east of Walsh 01926-01-011926 01941-01-01c. 1941 Replaced by Hwy 1; passed through Banff, Calgary, and Medicine Hat.[14]
Hwy 2 97 60 B.C. border west of Demmitt
(continued as BC 2)
Hwy 34 (now Hwy 43) north of Grande Prairie 01941-01-01c. 1941 01998-01-011998[18] Section replaced by Hwy 43.
Hwy 2A 46 29 Hwy 23 in High River Hwy 201 / Hwy 22X in Calgary 01960-01-01c. 1960 current Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 229 142 Hwy 2 / Hwy 72 east of Crossfield Hwy 2 in Leduc 01954-01-011954 current Former section of Hwy 2; passes through Red Deer
Hwy 2A 15 9 Hwy 2 south of Hondo Smith Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 27 17 Hwy 2 west of High Prairie Hwy 49 south of Guy Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 11 7 Hwy 2 west of Peace River Hwy 2 in Grimshaw Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 20 12 Hwy 2 north of Nanton Hwy 23 in High River 01996-01-011996[19][20] Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 11 7 Hwy 1 in Calgary Hwy 2 north of Calgary Barlow Trail 01980-01-01c. 1980s Former section of Hwy 2.
Hwy 2A 8 5 Hwy 2 (109 Street) in Edmonton Hwy 2 (St. Albert Trail / 118 Avenue) in Edmonton • Whyte Avenue
• University Avenue
• Saskatchewan Drive
• Groat Road
01955-01-011955 01970-11-151970 Downtown Edmonton bypass via Groat Bridge.
Hwy 3 324 201 B.C. border at Crowsnest Pass
(continues as BC 3)
Hwy 1 / Hwy 41A in Medicine Hat Crowsnest Highway 01926-01-011926 current Signed with Crowsnest Highway shield; passes through Lethbridge.
Hwy 3A 4 2 Hwy 3 at Lundbreck Falls Hwy 3 at Lundbreck 01967-01-011967 current Former section of Hwy 3; unsigned.
Hwy 3A 8 5 Hwy 3 west of Monarch Hwy 3 / Hwy 23 east of Monarch 01996-01-011996 current Former section of Hwy 3.
Hwy 3A 0.65 0.40 Hwy 3 east of Coalhurst Lethbridge city limits Westside Drive 01967-01-011967 current Former section of Hwy 3; unsigned.
Hwy 3A 7 4 Business route through Barnwell 01998-01-011998 current Former section of Hwy 3; unsigned.
Hwy 3A 6 4 Hwy 3 east of Coalhurst Hwy 3 in Lethbridge • Westside Drive
• Bridge Drive
01967-01-011967 01980-01-01c. 1980s Former section of Hwy 3; all but a 650 m section, was decommissioned when the area was annexed by the City of Lethbridge.
Hwy 4 103 64 U.S. (Montana) border at Coutts
(continues as I-15)
Hwy 3 in Lethbridge 01926-01-011926 current
Hwy 5 129 80 Waterton Park Hwy 3 in Lethbridge Cowboy Trail
(Waterton Lakes N.PCardston)
01926-01-011926 current
Hwy 6 74 46 U.S. (Montana) border at Chief Mountain
(continues as MT 17)
Hwy 3 at Pincher Station Cowboy Trail
(Waterton Lakes N.P – Pincher Station)
01926-01-011926 current
Hwy 7 26 16 Hwy 22 in Black Diamond Hwy 2 / Hwy 547 at Aldersyde
Hwy 7 17 11 Black Diamond Longview Section replaced by Hwy 22.
Hwy 8 31 19 Hwy 22 north of Redwood Meadows Hwy 2 in Calgary Glenmore Trail 9 km (5.6 mi) section in Calgary between Sarcee Trail and Deerfoot Trail (Hwy 2) is unsigned.
Hwy 8 11 7 Hwy 1A (14 Street NW) in Calgary Bowness Park in Bowness • Kensington Road
• Parkdale Boulevard
• 3 Avenue NW
• Bowness Road
• 85 Street NW
01964-01-011964 Serviced the former towns of Montgomery and Bowness. Decommissioned after the towns were annexed by the City of Calgary.
Hwy 9 324 201 Hwy 1 / Hwy 797 north of Langdon Sask. border at Alsask, SK
(continues as SK 7)
Hwy 10 23 14 Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 in Drumheller Hwy 564 / Hwy 569 east of East Coulee Hoo Doo Trail Entire route is in the Town of Drumheller.
Hwy 10X 6 4 Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 at Rosedale Wayne Entire route is in the Town of Drumheller.
Hwy 11 318 198 Hwy 93 at Saskatchewan River Crossing Hwy 12 east of Nevis David Thompson Highway Passes through Red Deer.
Hwy 11A 12 7 Hwy 11 / Hwy 756 west of Rocky Mountain House Hwy 11 / Hwy 22 / Hwy 598 in Rocky Mountain House Former section of Hwy 11.
Hwy 11A 17 11 Hwy 20 in Sylvan Lake Hwy 2A in Red Deer 01987-01-01c. 1987 current Former section of Hwy 11.
Hwy 11A 13 8 Hwy 11 at Benalto Hwy 20 in Sylvan Lake 01987-01-01c. 1987 02008-01-01c. 2008 Former section of Hwy 11.
Hwy 11X 28 17 Hwy 11 at Benalto Hwy 2 in Red Deer 01985-01-01c. 1985 01987-01-01c. 1987 Designation of Sylvan Lake bypass during construction; replaced by Hwy 11.
Hwy 12 364 226 Hwy 22 north of Rocky Mountain House Sask. border at Compeer
(continues as SK 51)
Hwy 12A 9 6 Hwy 12 at Bentley Hwy 12 at Gull Lake 02017-01-012017 current Former section of Hwy 12.
Hwy 12 90 56 Hwy 20 / Hwy 51 at Bentley Hwy 39 at Alsike 01980-01-01c. 1980s Section replaced by Hwy 20.
Hwy 13 366 227 Alder Flats Sask. border east of Hayter
(continues as SK 14)
Hwy 13A 7 4 Hwy 13 at Westerose Hwy 13 east of Ma-Me-O Beach 02000-01-01c. 2000s current Former Hwy 13 through Ma-Me-O Beach.
Hwy 13A 8 5 Camrose bypass Camrose Drive 01988-01-011988 current Maintained by the City of Camrose.
Hwy 13A 5 3 Hwy 2A / Hwy 13 in Wetaskiwin Hwy 13 / Hwy 814 north of Wetaskiwin Alternate route through Wetaskiwin.
Hwy 14 257 160 Hwy 2 in Edmonton Sask. border west of Marsden, SK
(continues as SK 40)
Poundmaker Trail
Hwy 14A 3 2 Downtown Edmonton Hwy 14 (Whyte Avenue) in Edmonton • Connors Road
• 83 Street
01960-01-01c. 1960 01970-01-01c. 1970
Hwy 14A 6 4 Edmonton Hwy 14 (Sherwood Park Freeway) near Sherwood Park 79 Avenue 01968-01-011968 01970-01-01c. 1970s Former section of Hwy 14.
Hwy 14X 3 2 Hwy 14 (Sherwood Park Freeway) between Edmonton and Sherwood Park Hwy 16A (Baseline Road) between Edmonton and Sherwood Park 01950-01-01c. 1950s 01999-01-011999[21] Replaced by Hwy 216.
Hwy 14X 3 2 Baseline Road between Edmonton and Sherwood Park Hwy 16 between Edmonton and Sherwood Park 01996-01-011996[22] 01999-01-011999[21] Replaced section of Hwy 16A; replaced by Hwy 216.
Hwy 15 93 58 Hwy 16 in Edmonton Hwy 16 / Hwy 854 south of Mundare 01940-01-011940 current Former section of Hwy 16.
Hwy 15 80 50 Hwy 16 in downtown Edmonton Hwy 16 south of Mundare 01930-01-01c. 1930s 01940-01-011940 Passed through Elk Island National Park; replaced by Hwy 16.
Hwy 16 (TCH) 634 394 B.C. border at Yellowhead Pass
(continues as BC 16)
Sask. border in Lloydminster
(continues as SK 16)
• Yellowhead Highway
• Trans-Canada Highway
Signed with Trans-Canada Highway shield; cosigned with Yellowhead Highway shield; passes through Jasper, Edmonton, and Lloydminster.
Hwy 16 98 61 Hwy 15 in Edmonton Hwy 15 south of Mundare 01930-01-01c. 1930s 01940-01-011940 Passed through Fort Saskatchewan; section replaced by Hwy 15.
Hwy 16A 14 9 Hwy 16 west of Evansburg Hwy 16 / Hwy 22 at Entwistle Former section of Hwy 16.
Hwy 16A 33 21 Hwy 16 west of Stony Plain Hwy 216 in Edmonton Parkland Highway 01997-01-011997[23] current Former section of Hwy 16.
Hwy 16A 9 6 Business route through Vegreville 01986-01-011986 current Former section of Hwy 16.
Hwy 16A 16 10 Hwy 16 in Edmonton Edmonton eastern city limits 01950-01-01c. 1950s 01980-01-01c. 1980s Former section of Hwy 16 through downtown Edmonton.
Hwy 16A 7 4 Edmonton city limits Hwy 16 east of Edmonton 01950-01-01c. 1950s 01996-01-011996[22] Portion replaced by Hwy 14X (now Hwy 216).
Hwy 16X 36 22 Hwy 16 west of Stony Plain Hwy 2 / Hwy 16 in Edmonton 01970-01-01c. 1970s 01997-01-011997[23] Replaced by Hwy 16.
Hwy 17 134 83 Sask. border at Dillberry Lake Provincial Park Onion Lake 01940-01-01c. 1940s current Runs along the Alberta-Saskatchewan border; cosigned with SK 17.
Hwy 17 14 9 Hwy 16 at Manly Corner Onoway 01930-01-01c. 1930s 01940-01-01c. 1940s[24][25] Replaced by Hwy 43.
Hwy 18 161 100 Hwy 43 at Green Court Hwy 2 / Hwy 656 east of Thorhild
Hwy 18 97 60 Hwy 933 (now Hwy 33) at Barrhead Swan Hills 01977-01-01c. 1977 Section replaced by Hwy 33.
Hwy 19 12 7 Hwy 60 at Devon Hwy 2 / Hwy 625 at Nisku 01982-01-01c. 1982 current
Hwy 19 70 43 Hwy 12 (now Hwy 20) at Winfield Hwy 2 (now Hwy 2A) in Wetaskiwin 01969-01-01c. 1969 Replaced by Hwy 13.
Hwy 20 110 68 Hwy 11 in Sylvan Lake Hwy 39 at Alsike
Hwy 20A 3 2 Hwy 20 east of Rimbey Hwy 20 / Hwy 53 north of Rimbey Former Hwy 20.
Hwy 21 328 204 Hwy 1 east of Strathmore Hwy 15 in Fort Saskatchewan
Hwy 21A 33 21 Hwy 9 at Beiseker Hwy 21 east of Carbon 01958-01-011958 01962-01-01c. 1962 Former section of Hwy 21; replaced by Hwy 26 (now Hwy 575 and Hwy 806).
Hwy 21A 5 3 Hwy 21 southeast of Nevis Hwy 12 east of Nevis 01991-01-01c. 1991 Replaced by Hwy 11.
Hwy 22 574 357 Hwy 3 west of Lundbreck Hwy 18 north of Mayerthorpe Cowboy Trail
Hwy 22 17 11 Hwy 553 (now Hwy 22) near Priddis Hwy 2 (now Hwy 2A) south of Calgary 01976-01-01c. 1976 Replaced by Hwy 22X.
Hwy 22X 54 34 Hwy 22 near Priddis Hwy 24 / Hwy 901 south of Cheadle 01976-01-01c. 1976 current Former Hwy 22 west of Calgary.
Hwy 23 138 86 Hwy 3 near Monarch Hwy 2A in High River
Hwy 24 69 43 Hwy 23 north of Vulcan Hwy 1 north of Cheadle
Hwy 25 72 45 Hwy 3 in Lethbridge Hwy 526 west of Enchant
Hwy 26 82 51 Hwy 13 in Camrose Hwy 14 west of Kinsella 01970-01-01c. 1970s current
Hwy 26 52 32 Hwy 9 south of Carbon Hwy 9 at Beiseker 01970-01-011970 Replaced by portions of Hwy 575, Hwy 806, and Hwy 836.
Hwy 27 150 93 Hwy 22 / Hwy 584 in Sundre Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 east of Morrin
Hwy 28 293 182 Hwy 16 in Edmonton Cold Lake
Hwy 28 49 30 Hwy 36 at St. Brides Hwy 41 east of St. Paul 02006-01-012006 Section replaced by Hwy 29.
Hwy 28A 18 11 Hwy 15 in Edmonton Hwy 28 at Gibbons 01980-01-01c. 1980s current Former section of Hwy 37.
Hwy 28A 3 2 Hwy 28 north of Edmonton CFB Edmonton Access road to CFB Edmonton.
Hwy 28A 46 29 Hwy 28 / Hwy 36 at Ashmont Hwy 28 / Hwy 41 at Hoselaw 02006-01-012006 Replaced by Hwy 28.
Hwy 28X 13 8 Hwy 28 near Beaver Crossing Sask. border near Cherry Grove
(continued as SK 55)
01977-01-01c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 55.
Hwy 29 152 94 Hwy 15 west of Lamont Hwy 41 east of St. Paul 02006-01-012006 current
Hwy 29 6 4 Spring Lake (formerly Edmonton Beach) Hwy 16 (now Hwy 16A) west of Stony Plain • Range Road 15
• Township Road 530
01985-01-01c. 1985
Hwy 30 3.5 2.2 Kapasiwin Hwy 16 east of Wabamun • Range Road 42
• Range Road 35
01994-01-01c. 1994
Hwy 31 4 2 Hwy 16 east of Gainford Hwy 759 at Seba Beach
Hwy 32 147 91 Hwy 16 west of Carrot Creek Hwy 33 at Swan Hills
Hwy 33 219 136 Hwy 43 east of Gunn Hwy 2 east of Kinuso Grizzly Trail
Hwy 33 10 6 Hwy 43 south of Onoway Alberta Beach 01985-01-01c. 1985 Section replaced by Hwy 633.
Hwy 34 152 94 Hwy 2 north of Grande Prairie Hwy 2 (now Hwy 49) north of Guy 01939-01-011939 01998-01-011998[18] 47 km (29 mi) section between Valleyview and Guy replaced by Hwy 43 (now Hwy 49) in the early 1990s; remainder replaced by Hwy 43.
Hwy 34A 47 29 Hwy 34 (now Hwy 49) north of Valleyview Hwy 2 (now Hwy 2A) west of High Prairie 01959-01-011959 01966-01-011966 Former Hwy 34.
Hwy 35 465 289 Hwy 2 north of Grimshaw N.W.T. border north of Indian Cabins
(continues as NT 1)
Mackenzie Highway Signed with Mackenzie Highway shield.
Hwy 36 681 423 Hwy 4 at Warner Hwy 55 at Lac La Biche Veterans Memorial Highway
Hwy 37 67 42 Hwy 43 west of Onoway Hwy 15 west of Fort Saskatchewan
Hwy 38 25 16 Hwy 28 at Redwater Hwy 45 north of Bruderheim
Hwy 38 3.2 2.0 Stony Plain Road (former Hwy 16A) 79 Avenue (now Whitemud Drive) 156 Street 01962-01-01c. 1962 Serviced the former town of Jasper Place; decommissioned when the town was annexed by the city of Edmonton.
Hwy 39 91 57 Hwy 22 east of Drayton Valley Hwy 2 in Leduc
Hwy 40 3.8 2.4 Hwy 3 at Coleman Forestry Trunk Road at the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass boundary Forestry Trunk Road
Hwy 40 104 65 Hwy 541 / Forestry Trunk Road west of Longview Hwy 1 south of Seebe Kananaskis Trail Annually closed between Peter Lougheed Provincial Park and Hwy 541 from December 1 – June 14.[26]
Hwy 40 46 29 Hwy 1A near Ghost Lake Hwy 579 / Forestry Trunk Road west of Water Valley Forestry Trunk Road
Hwy 40 434 270 Hwy 734 at Lovett River Hwy 43 in Grande Prairie Bighorn Highway
Hwy 40 24 15 U.S. (Montana) border at Whiskey Gap Hwy 2 south Cardston 01971-01-011971 Border crossing closed; majority of route replaced by Hwy 501.[27][28]
Hwy 41 688 428 U.S. (Montana) border at Wild Horse
(continues as S-232)
Hwy 55 at La Corey Buffalo Trail
Hwy 41A 15 9 Hwy 1 / Hwy 3 at Medicine Hat Hwy 41 east of Medicine Hat Former Hwy 41.
Hwy 42 44 27 Hwy 2A / Hwy 592 at Penhold Hwy 21 west of Lousana
Hwy 43 497 309 B.C. border near Demmitt
(continues as BC 2)
Hwy 16 at Manly Corner 01940-01-01c. 1940s current Passes through Grande Prairie.
Hwy 43 77 48 Hwy 2 / Hwy 49) west of Donnelly Hwy 34 (now Hwy 43) in Valleyview 01990-01-01c. 1990 01998-01-011998[18] Section replaced by Hwy 49.
Hwy 43X 16 10 Range Road 63 (116 Street) north of Grande Prairie
Hwy 43 west of Grande Prairie
Hwy 2 / Hwy 43 at Clairmont 02010-01-012010 current 4 km (2 mi) section between 116 Street and Hwy 2 / Hwy 43 opened 2010; 12 km (7 mi) extension scheduled to open Fall 2018.[29]
Hwy 44 171 106 Hwy 16 west of Acheson Hwy 2 near Hondo
Hwy 45 231 144 Hwy 15 south of Bruderheim Sask. border near Alcurve
(continues as SK 3)
Hwy 46 152 94 Hwy 28 at Radway Hwy 36 at Lac La Biche 01978-01-01c. 1978 Replaced by portions of Hwy 55 and Hwy 63.[30][31]
Hwy 47 60 37 Hwy 40 at Coalspur Hwy 16 west of Edson
Hwy 48 114 71 U.S. (Montana) border at Wild Horse
(continued as S-232)
Hwy 1 west of Irvine 01979-01-011979 Replaced by Hwy 41.[32][33]
Hwy 49 266 165 B.C. border west of Bay Tree
(continues as BC 49)
Hwy 43 in Valleyview Northern Woods and Water Route
Hwy 50 14 9 Hwy 12 at Tees Hwy 21 at Mirror
Hwy 51 36 22 Hwy 761 north of Leslieville Hwy 12 / Hwy 20 at Bentley 01950-01-01c. 1950s 01985-01-01c. 1985 Replaced by Hwy 12.[34][35]
Hwy 52 24 15 Hwy 5 at Welling Station Hwy 4 at Craddock
Hwy 53 222 138 Hwy 22 west of Rimbey Hwy 36 / Hwy 608 east of Forestburg
Hwy 54 69 43 Hwy 22 / Hwy 608 west of Caroline Hwy 2 at Innisfail
Hwy 55 263 163 Hwy 2 in Athabasca Sask. border east of Cherry Grove
(continues as SK 55)
Northern Woods and Water Route 01976-01-01c. 1976 current
Hwy 55 15 9 Hwy 16 east of Edmonton Hwy 15 in Fort Saskatchewan 01976-01-01c. 1976 Replaced by Hwy 21.
Hwy 56 246 153 Hwy 1 northwest of Bassano Hwy 13 / Hwy 834 east of Camrose
Hwy 57 82 51 Hwy 39 at Alsike Hwy 16 at Entwistle 01979-01-011979 Replaced by Hwy 22 and Hwy 39.[36][37]
Hwy 58 325 202 Rainbow Lake Garden River
Hwy 58A 22 14 Fort Vermilion Hwy 58 north of Fort Vermilion 01970-01-01c. 1970 01973-01-01c. 1973 Replaced by Hwy 67 (now Hwy 88).
Hwy 59 62 39 Hwy 43 northwest of Hythe Hwy 2 north of Sexsmith
Hwy 60 35 22 Hwy 39 east of Calmar Hwy 16 at Acheson Devonian Way
Hwy 61 147 91 Hwy 4 / Hwy 846 at Stirling Hwy 889 at Manyberries Red Coat Trail 01959-01-011959 current
Hwy 62 52 32 U.S. (Montana) border south of Del Bonita
(continues as S-213)
Hwy 5 at Magrath
Hwy 63 434 270 Hwy 28 east of Radway Winter road north of Fort MacKay 01962-01-011962 current Passes through Fort McMurray.
Hwy 64 126 78 B.C. border near Bear Canyon
(continues as Cecil Lake Road)
Hwy 2 southwest of Fairview
Hwy 64A 6.6 4.1 Hwy 64 west of Fairview Hwy 2 in Fairview
Hwy 66 28 17 Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park Hwy 22 south of Bragg Creek
Hwy 67 428 266 Hwy 2 at Slave Lake Hwy 58 north of Fort Vermilion 01973-01-01c. 1973 01988-01-011988 Replaced by Hwy 88.
Hwy 68 37 23 Hwy 40 at Bow Valley Provincial Park Hwy 1 east of Morley Sibbald Creek Trail
Hwy 69 14 9 Hwy 63 in Fort McMurray Saprae Creek Airport Road 01975-01-01c. 1975 02014-01-01c. 2014 Reverted to R.M. of Wood Buffalo.[38]
Hwy 72 33 21 Hwy 2 / Hwy 2A south of Crossfield Hwy 9 / Hwy 806 at Beiseker 01980-01-01c. 1980s current Former Hwy 572.
Hwy 88 428 266 Hwy 2 at Slave Lake Hwy 58 north of Fort Vermilion Bicentennial Highway 01988-01-011988 current Signed with Bicentennial Highway shield; former Hwy 67
Hwy 92 24 15 Hwy 28 west of Ardmore Township Road 643 west of Cold Lake 01981-01-01c. 1981 01985-01-01c. 1985 Former Hwy 992;[39][40] replaced by Hwy 892.[41][42]
Hwy 93 265 165 B.C. border at Vermilion Pass
(continues as BC 93)
Hwy 16 at Jasper • Banff-Windermere Highway
• Icefields Parkway
01959-01-011959 current
Hwy 93A 24 15 Hwy 93 at Athabasca Falls Hwy 93 east of Marmot Basin
Hwy 93A 1.7 1.1 Hwy 93 south Jasper Hwy 16 at Jasper
SPF 7.1 4.4 Edmonton city limits Hwy 216 in Sherwood Park Sherwood Park Freeway 01999-01-011999 current Unsigned Hwy 100; former Hwy 14.
Hwy 201 69 43 Calgary ring road • Stoney Trail
• Tsuut’ina Trail
01990-01-01c. 1990s current No western leg; south west segment opening scheduled in 2021.
Hwy 216 77 48 Edmonton ring road Anthony Henday Drive 01992-01-011992 current
  •       Former

X series[edit]

The roads in the X series are typically highways that are planned realignments or spurs of existing highways. The numbers applied to each highway in the X series are derived from the highway that is planned for realignment or spurred from (e.g. Highway 16X will be a realignment of Highway 16, and Highway 10X is spur from Highway 10).

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local names Formed Removed Notes
Hwy 1X 5 3 Hwy 1A east of Exshaw Hwy 1 south of Seebe 01961-01-01c. 1961 current
Hwy 1X Strathmore bypass proposed ROW located south of Strathmore.[13]
Hwy 1X Medicine Hat bypass proposed ROW located south of Medicine Hat.[13]
Hwy 2X Hwy 2 / Hwy 3 west of Fort Macleod Hwy 2 / Hwy 3 east of Fort Macleod proposed Stage 1 of Fort Macleod bypass;[43] ROW located south of Fort Macleod.[13]
Hwy 2X Claresholm bypass proposed ROW located east of Claresholm.[13]
Hwy 2X Nanton bypass proposed ROW located east of Nanton.[13]
Hwy 2X 10 6 Hwy 2 east of De Winton Hwy 2 / Hwy 22X in Calgary Deerfoot Trail 02003-01-012003 Temporary designation during construction; replaced by Hwy 2 when completed.[44]
Hwy 3X Crowsnest Pass bypass proposed ROW located south of Crowsnest Pass.[13]
Hwy 3X Pincher Creek realignment proposed ROW located south of Hwy 3 to allow for a proposed interchange at Hwy 6.[13][45]
Hwy 3X Hwy 3 west of Fort Macleod Hwy 2X west of Fort Macleod proposed Stage 2 of Fort Macleod bypass;[43] ROW located south of Fort Macleod.[13]
Hwy 3X Hwy 3 west of Coalhurst Hwy 3 west of Chin proposed Lethbridge bypass; ROW located north of Lethbridge.[13]
Hwy 4X Hwy 4 southeast of Lethbridge Hwy 3X east of Lethbridge proposed Lethbridge bypass; ROW located east of Lethbridge.[13]
Hwy 6X Pincher Creek bypass proposed ROW located east of Pincher Creek.[13][45]
Hwy 10X 6 4 Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 at Rosedale Wayne
Hwy 11X 28 17 Hwy 11 at Benalto Hwy 2 in Red Deer 01985-01-01c. 1985 01987-01-01c. 1987 Designation of Sylvan Lake bypass during construction; replaced by Hwy 11.
Hwy 11X Hwy 11 in Red Deer Hwy 11 east of Red Deer proposed Proposed Hwy 11 realignment (67 Street extension).
Hwy 14X 3 2 Hwy 14 (Sherwood Park Freeway) between Edmonton and Sherwood Park Hwy 16A (Baseline Road) between Edmonton and Sherwood Park 01950-01-01c. 1950s 01999-01-011999[21] Replaced by Hwy 216.
Hwy 14X 3 2 Baseline Road between Edmonton and Sherwood Park Hwy 16 between Edmonton and Sherwood Park 01996-01-011996[22] 01999-01-011999[21] Replaced section of Hwy 16A; replaced by Hwy 216.
Hwy 16X 36 22 Hwy 16 west of Stony Plain Hwy 2 / Hwy 16 in Edmonton 01970-01-01c. 1970s 01997-01-011997[23] Replaced by Hwy 16.
Hwy 16X Hinton bypass proposed ROW located south of Hinton.
Hwy 16X Edson bypass proposed ROW located south of Edson.
Hwy 16X Hwy 16 east of Blackfoot Sask. border / Hwy 17 south of Lloydminster proposed Proposed Lloydminster bypass; ROW located south of Lloydminster.
Hwy 22X 54 34 Hwy 22 near Priddis Hwy 24 / Hwy 901 south of Cheadle 01976-01-01c. 1976 current Former Hwy 22 west of Calgary.
Hwy 28X 13 8 Hwy 28 near Beaver Crossing Sask. border near Cherry Grove
(continued as SK 55)
01977-01-01c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 55.
Hwy 40X Hwy 40 south of Grande Prairie Hwy 43 west of Grande Prairie proposed Proposed SW Grande Prairie bypass.
Hwy 43X 16 10 Range Road 63 (116 Street) north of Grande Prairie
Hwy 43 west of Grande Prairie
Hwy 2 / Hwy 43 at Clairmont 02010-01-012010 current 4 km (2 mi) section between 116 Street and Hwy 2 / Hwy 43 opened 2010; 12 km (7 mi) extension scheduled to open Fall 2018.[29]
Hwy 43X Whitecourt bypass proposed ROW located south of Whitecourt.
  •       Former
  •       Proposed or unbuilt

500 - 986 series[edit]

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The alignments of the 500 - 986 series of highways within Alberta's provincial highway system within other base features including hydrography, national/provincial parks, cities and city equivalents, and the provincial green and white zones.
The 500 – 986 series of highways within Alberta’s provincial highway system as of 2016
Contents

500 · 520 · 540 · 560 · 580
600 · 620 · 640 · 660 · 680
700 · 730 · 750 · 760 · 780
800 · 820 · 840 · 850 · 860 · 880
900 series

Alberta's 500 - 986 series of provincial highways are generally considered local or rural highways. The 500 - 986 series of provincial highways is divided into three sub-series:

  • The 500/600 highways are west-east roads where the numbering increases northward from the Montana border to the Northwest Territories border.
  • The 700/800 highways are south-north roads where numbering increases eastward from the British Columbia border to the Saskatchewan border.
  • The 900 highways are newer or planned roads that have been established for future consideration as or as potential extensions or realignments of highways within the 1 - 216 series.

Some of these highways are paved, while others are entirely or partially gravel. Rural speed limits range from 80 km/h (50 mph) to 100 km/h (62 mph).

500[edit]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local name(s) Opened Removed Notes
Hwy 500 19 12 Hwy 4 in Coutts Range Road 135
Current
43 27 Hwy 501 north of Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park Hwy 880 at Aden
Current
Hwy 501 300 186 Hwy 5 east of Mountain View Sask. border east of Onefour
(continues as SK 13)
Red Coat Trail
(Hwy 889 – Saskatchewan)
Current Passes through Cardston and Milk River.
5 3 Hwy 2 south of Cardston Hwy 2 / Hwy 5 north of Cardston Cardston Bypass
Current Spur; unsigned highway
Hwy 502
53
33
Hwy 501 south of Manyberries Hwy 41 east of Onefour
c. 1994[46][47]
Hwy 503 18 11 Hwy 5 east of Cardston Hwy 820 near Woolford Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 504 29 18 Hwy 4 & Hwy 36 in Warner Hwy 877
Current
Hwy 505 72 45 Hwy 6 south of Pincher Creek Hwy 5 in Spring Coulee
Current
Hwy 506 46 29 Hwy 62 south of Magrath Hwy 4 north of Warner
Current Passes through McNab.
Hwy 507 73 45 Hwy 3 west of Lundbreck Hwy 810 north of Glenwood
Current Passes through Pincher Creek.
Hwy 508 8 5 Hwy 5 south of Lethbridge Hwy 4 southeast of Lethbridge
Current
Hwy 509 48 30 Hwy 2 in Stand Off Hwy 3 west of Coalhurst
Current
Hwy 510 24 15 Hwy 3 in Cowley Hwy 785 north of Pincher Creek
Current
Hwy 511 28 17 Hwy 2 south of Fort Macleod Hwy 509 in Blood I.R. 148
Current
Hwy 512 28 17 Hwy 3 / Hwy 4 in Lethbridge Hwy 3 east of Coaldale
Current
Hwy 513 29 18 Hwy 36 south of Taber Hwy 877
Current
Hwy 514 13 8 Range Road 41 west of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park Hwy 41 north of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
Current
Hwy 515 25 16 Hwy 41 north of Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park Sask. border east of Elkwater
(continues as SK 724)
Current
Hwy 516
30
19
Hwy 785 north of Pincher Creek Hwy 2 north of Fort Macleod
1979 Replaced by Hwy 785.[48][49]
Hwy 517
22
14
Forestry Trunk Road Hwy 22 north of Lundbreck
2000
Hwy 519 65 40 Hwy 2 in Granum Hwy 845 east of Picture Butte
Current Passes through Nobleford and Picture Butte.
Hwy 520 105 65 Hwy 22 west of Claresholm Hwy 843 north of Coaldale
Current Passes through Claresholm and Barons.
Hwy 521 21 13 Hwy 25 north of Turin Hwy 864 south of Vauxhall
Current
Hwy 522 12 7 Hwy 843 north of Picture Butte Hwy 845 south of Lomond
Current
Hwy 523 26 16 Range Road 84 Hwy 3 in Medicine Hat
Current
Hwy 524 106 66 Hwy 864 west of Vauxhall Hwy 1 west of Redcliff
Current Passes through Vauxhall and Hays.
Hwy 525 28 17 Hwy 875 in Rolling Hills Hwy 524 east of Hays
Current
Hwy 526 39 24 Hwy 845 west of Enchant Hwy 36 north of Vauxhall
Current
Hwy 527 14 9 Willow Creek Provincial Park Hwy 2 in Stavely
Current
Hwy 528 19 12 Hwy 41 south of Schuler Sask. border southeast of Schuler
(continues as SK 728)
Current
Hwy 529 78 48 Hwy 2 south of Parkland Hwy 845 south of Lomond
Current
Hwy 530 20 12 Hwy 36 south of Scandia Hwy 875 north of Rolling Hills
Current
Hwy 531 18 11 Hwy 842 Hwy 845 in Lomond
Current
Hwy 532 26 16 Forestry Trunk Road Hwy 22 north of Chain Lakes Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 533 63 39 Hwy 22 at Chain Lakes Provincial Park Hwy 804 east of Nanton
Current Passes through Nanton.
Hwy 534 40 25 Hwy 804 east of Nanton Hwy 842 east of Vulcan
Current Passes through Vulcan.
Hwy 535 17 11 Hwy 873 east of Lake Newell Hwy 876 south of Tilley
Current
Hwy 537 7 4 Hwy 41 south of Hilda Sask. border west of Richmound, SK
(continues as SK 371)
Current
Hwy 539 56 35 Hwy 845 north of Lomond Hwy 36 south of Brooks
Current
Hwy 540 35 22 Hwy 22 south of Longview Hwy 2 north of Cayley
Current
Hwy 541 43 27 Hwy 40 south of Elbow-Sheep Wildland Provincial Park Hwy 22 in Longview
Current
Hwy 542 23 14 Hwy 23 / Hwy 24 north of Vulcan Hwy 842 west of Milo
Current
11 7 Hwy 36 east of Cassils Hwy 1 in Brooks Cassils Road
Current
Hwy 543 25 16 Hwy 22 south of Black Diamond Hwy 2A in High River
Current
Hwy 544 57 35 Hwy 36 south of Duchess Hwy 884 south of Jenner
Current
Hwy 545 7 4 Hwy 41 north of Hilda Sask. border west of Burstall, SK
(continues as SK 321)
Current
Hwy 546 30 19 Range Road 42 Hwy 22 in Turner Valley
Current
Hwy 547 77 48 Hwy 2 / Hwy 2A / Hwy 7 north of Aldersyde Hwy 1 in Gleichen
Current
Hwy 549 47 29 Range Road 44 west of Millarville Hwy 2A in Okotoks
Current
Hwy 550 40 25 Hwy 1 east of Bassano Hwy 873 at Duchess
Current Former Hwy 1 section; passes through Rosemary.
Hwy 552 13 8 Hwy 2A at Calgary city limits Hwy 549 west of Okotoks
Current
33 21 Hwy 2 / Hwy 2A south of Calgary Hwy 547 / Hwy 799 east of Aldersyde
Current
Hwy 553
34
21
Elbow Falls Hwy 22 at Priddis c. 1973 c. 1983 Replaced by Hwy 922 (now Hwy 22) in 1975;[50][51] remainder replaced by and Hwy 66.[52]
Hwy 555 85 53 Hwy 884 in Jenner Hwy 41 south of Empress
Current
Hwy 556 19 12 Hwy 862 south of Gem Hwy 36 north of Duchess
Current
Hwy 559
20
12
Hwy 22 north of Bragg Creek Calgary city limits • Bragg Creek Road
• Richmond Road
1979 Replaced by Hwy 8.[53][54]
Hwy 560 16 10 Calgary city limits Hwy 797 in Langdon Glenmore Trail
Current
Hwy 561 69 43 Hwy 1 east of Strathmore Hwy 862 north of Gem
Current Passes through Hussar.
51 32 Hwy 36 north of Duchess Hwy 884 north of Jenner
Current Passes through Cessford.
Hwy 562 14 9 Hwy 41 east of Empress Sask. border at Empress
(continues as SK 741)
Current
Hwy 563 6 4 Hwy 1 west of Calgary Calgary city limits Old Banff Coach Road
Current The maximum speed limit on this highway is 60 km/h (35 mph).
Hwy 564 126 78 Calgary city limits Hwy 569 southeast of Drumheller
Current Continues into Calgary as Country Hills Boulevard.
Hwy 565
19
12
Hwy 895 (Range Road 43) south of Oyen Hwy 41 in Acadia Valley
2000
Hwy 566 34 21 Hwy 772 west of Balzac Hwy 9 between Kathyrn and Keoma
Current
Hwy 567 64 40 Hwy 22 north of Cochrane Hwy 9 south of Irricana • Big Hill Springs Road
• Irricana Road
Current Passes through Airdrie along Veterans Boulevard.
Hwy 569 28 17 Hwy 841 east of Rosebud Hwy 10 & Hwy 570 in Drumheller
Current Passes through Rosebud and Dalum.
Hwy 570 187 116 Hwy 10 / Hwy 569 in Drumheller Sask. border east of Acadia Valley
(connects to SK 44)
Current
Hwy 572
34
21
Hwy 2 / Hwy 2A southeast of Crossfield Hwy 9 / Hwy 806 in Beiseker
1979 Replaced by Hwy 72.[55][56]
Hwy 573 24 15 Hwy 10 in Drumheller Hwy 851 at Little Fish Lake Provincial Park
Current
18
11
Hwy 862 at Lonebutte Hwy 36 south of Hanna 1979 1998
Hwy 574 33 21 Hwy 22 east of Bottrel Hwy 2A in Crossfield
Current Passes through Madden.
Hwy 575 77 48 Hwy 791 west of Acme Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 in Drumheller Dinosaur Trail
(Hwy 837 – Hwy 9)
Current Passes through Acme and Carbon.
Hwy 576 29 18 Hwy 9 / Hwy 56 in Drumheller Hwy 851
Current
Hwy 577 10 6 Hwy 36 south of Hanna Sheerness
Current
Hwy 578
18
11
Hwy 862 at Lonebutte Hwy 36 south of Hanna
1979 Replaced by Hwy 573.
Hwy 579 49 30 Hwy 40 / Hwy 734 west of Water Valley Hwy 22 south of Cremona
Current Passes through Water Valley.
Hwy 580 29 18 Hwy 22 in Cremona Hwy 2A south of Carstairs
Current
Hwy 581 19 12 Hwy 2A in Carstairs Hwy 791 east of Carstairs
Current
Hwy 582 90 56 Hwy 22 west of Didsbury Hwy 21 / Hwy 27 south of Three Hills
Current Passes through Didsbury.
Hwy 583 36 22 Hwy 805 south of Torrington Hwy 836 east of Three Hills
Current Passes through Three Hills.
Hwy 584 44 27 Hwy 734 west of Bearberry Hwy 22 / Hwy 27 in Sundre
Current
Hwy 585 39 24 Hwy 21 in Trochu Hwy 56 east of Rumsey
Current
Hwy 586 67 42 Hwy 36 north of Hanna Hwy 884 south of Veteran
Current
Hwy 587 98 61 Hwy 22 at James River Bridge Hwy 21 at Huxley
Current Passes through Bowden
Hwy 589 39 24 Hwy 56 south of Big Valley Hwy 855 at Endiang
Current
Hwy 590 83 52 Hwy 2 in Innisfail Hwy 56 at Big Valley
Current
Hwy 591 31 19 Hwy 734 west of Ricinus Hwy 22 / Hwy 54 west of Caroline
Current
Hwy 592 15 9 Hwy 781 east of Markerville Hwy 2A / Hwy 42 in Penhold
Current
Hwy 593 16 10 Hwy 850 south of Botha Hwy 853 north of Byemoor
Current
Hwy 594 11 7 Hwy 835 south of Erskine Hwy 56 south of Stettler
Current
Hwy 595 38 24 Hwy 2A (Gaetz Avenue) in Red Deer Hwy 21 north of Delburne Delburne Road
Current 19 Street in Red Deer.
Hwy 596
18
11
Hwy 781 south of Sylvan Lake Hwy 11 west of Red Deer Burnt Lake Trail
2000
Hwy 597 21 13 Hwy 2 at Blackfalds Hwy 815 at Joffre
Current
Hwy 598 23 14 Hwy 11 / Hwy 22 / Hwy 11A in Rocky Mountain House Hwy 761 in Leslieville
Current 52 Avenue in Rocky Mountain House.
Hwy 599 75 47 Hwy 861 in Castor Hwy 41 south of Czar
Current
     Former

600[edit]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local name(s) Opened Removed Notes
Hwy 600 43 27 Hwy 41 south of Czar Hwy 13 / Hwy 899 in Provost
Current
Hwy 601 77 48 Hwy 11 south of Alix Hwy 855 north of Halkirk
Current Passes through Alix.
Hwy 602 28 17 Hwy 36 in Alliance Hwy 872 north of Brownfield
Current
Hwy 603 6 4 Hwy 884 south of Amisk Hwy 13 in Hughenden
Current
Hwy 604 19 12 Hwy 792 east of Gull Lake Hwy 2A in Morningside
Current
Hwy 605 23 14 Hwy 821 north of Tees Hwy 21 / Hwy 53 in Bashaw
Current
Hwy 606
44
28
Hwy 922 (now Hwy 22) north of Rocky Mountain House Hwy 20 in Rimbey
1979 Replaced by Hwy 53.[57][58]
Hwy 607 18 11 Hwy 761 Hwy 20 south of Bluffton
Current
Hwy 608 28 17 Hwy 36 / Hwy 53 east of Forestburg Hwy 872 south of Hardisty
Current
15 9 Range Road 95 east of Battle River Hwy 884 in Amisk
Current
Hwy 609 42 26 Hwy 21 north of Ferintosh Hwy 854 in Rosalind
Current Passes through Edberg.
Hwy 610 49 30 Hwy 14 east of Wainwright Hwy 17 east of Ribstone
Current Passes through Edgerton and Chauvin.
Hwy 611 99 62 Hwy 20 at Hoadley Hwy 21 between Ferintosh and New Norway
Current Passes through Maskwacis.
Hwy 612
40
25
Alder Flats Hwy 12 (now Hwy 20) / Hwy 13 at Winfield
1979 Replaced by Hwy 13.[57][58]
Hwy 613 8 5 Hwy 2A / Hwy 13 in Wetaskiwin Hwy 822 south of Gwynne
Current 40 Avenue through Wetaskiwin.
Hwy 614 34 21 Hwy 41 north of Wainwright Hwy 894
Current
Hwy 615
14
9
Hwy 36 south of Viking Hwy 14 west of Kinsella
2009 Replaced by Hwy 26.[59]
Hwy 616 147 91 Range Road 71 in Buck Creek Hwy 21 north of Armena
Current Passes through Breton, Pipestone, and Millet.
Hwy 617 28 17 Hwy 21 in Hay Lakes Hwy 834 north of Round Hill
Current Passes through Kingman.
Hwy 619 126 78 Hwy 36 in Viking Hwy 17 south of Lloydminster
Current
Hwy 620 53 33 Brazeau Reservoir Hwy 22 in Drayton Valley
Current Passes through Lodgepole.
Hwy 621 30 19 Hwy 753 in Cynthia Hwy 22 in Rocky Rapids
Current
Hwy 622 21 13 Hwy 770 at St. Francis Hwy 39 north of Thorsby
Current Passes through Telfordville.
Hwy 623 48 30 50 Street in Leduc Hwy 617 south of Miquelon Lake Provincial Park Rollyview Road
Current Passes through Rolly View.
Hwy 624 14 9 Hwy 22 north of Rocky Rapids Hwy 759 south of Tomahawk
Current
Hwy 625 20 12 Hwy 2 / Hwy 19 in Nisku Hwy 21 south of Looma
Current Passes through Beaumont.
Hwy 626 43 27 Hwy 834 in Tofield Hwy 857 south of Vegreville
Current
Hwy 627 70 43 Hwy 759 north of Tomahawk Edmonton city limits Garden Valley Road
Current
Hwy 628 19 12 Hwy 779 in Stony Plain Edmonton city limits
Current Connected by Whitemud Drive through Edmonton.
6 4 Hwy 216 near Edmonton Hwy 21 south of Sherwood Park
Current
Hwy 629 10 6 Hwy 824 north of South Cooking Lake Range Road 212 in Collingwood Cove
Current
Hwy 630 40 25 Hwy 21 in Sherwood Park Hwy 14 / Hwy 833 west of Tofield Wye Road
Current
Hwy 631 90 56 Hwy 16 west of Vegreville Hwy 41 north of Vermilion
Current
Hwy 633 89 55 Hwy 757 northwest of Gainford Hwy 2 (St. Albert Trail) in St. Albert
Current
Hwy 634
38
24
Hwy 757 northwest of Gainford Former Hwy 33 south of Alberta Beach
1979 Replaced by Hwy 633.[60][61]
Hwy 635
51
32
Hwy 43 west of Onoway Hwy 28 / Hwy 37 at Namao
c. 1985 Replaced by Hwy 37.[62][63]
Hwy 636
8
5
Hwy 15 in Fort Saskatchewan Hwy 830 at Josephburg Josephburg Road
2000
Hwy 637
76
47
Hwy 15 west of Lamont Hwy 36 south of Duvernay
2006 Replaced by Hwy 29.[64]
Hwy 640 24 15 Hwy 41 south of Elk Point Hwy 893 south of Heinsburg
Current
Hwy 641 23 14 Hwy 897 west of Tulliby Lake Hwy 17 / SK 797 in Onion Lake
Current
Hwy 642 42 26 Hwy 777 west of Sunrise Beach Hwy 28 east of Morinville
Current Passes through Sandy Beach and Morinville.
Hwy 643 21 13 Hwy 28A in Gibbons Hwy 38 south of Redwater
Current
Hwy 644 5 3 Hwy 38 in Redwater Hwy 829 east of Redwater
Current
Hwy 645 18 11 Hwy 45 east of Andrew Hwy 860 at Sandy Lake (County of Two Hills)
Current
Hwy 646 88 55 Hwy 29 / Hwy 36 west of Lafond Hwy 897 south of Frog Lake
Current Passes through Elk Point.
Hwy 647 18 11 Hwy 751 Hwy 22 south of Mayerthorpe
Current
Hwy 649
15
9
Hwy 757 north of Sangudo Hwy 764 north of Cherhill
2000 7 km (4 mi) section replaced by Hwy 654; 8 km (5 mi) section decommissioned.
Hwy 650
34
21
Hwy 33 north of Rich Valley Hwy 44 in Alcomdale
2000
Hwy 651 82 51 Hwy 33 north of Birch Cove Hwy 28 west of Redwater
Current Passes through Busby and Legal.
Hwy 652 40 25 Hwy 857 west of Hamlin Hwy 29 / Hwy 36 at St. Brides
Current Passes through Saddle Lake.
Hwy 654 64 40 Hwy 757 north of Sangudo Hwy 33 north of Birch Cove
Current
Hwy 655 10 6 Range Road 70 Hwy 763 south of Tiger Lily
Current
20
12
Hwy 763 at Campsie Hwy 933 (now Hwy 33) in Barrhead
1977 Replaced by Hwy 18.[65][60]
Hwy 656 15 9 Hwy 18 / Hwy 63 east of Thorhild Hwy 831 north of Waskatenau
Current
41
25
Hwy 2 / Hwy 18 west of Clyde Hwy 46 (now Hwy 63) east of Thorhild
1977 Section replaced by Hwy 18.
Hwy 657 39 24 Hwy 41 in Kehiwin I.R. 123 Hwy 659 east of Bonnyville
Current
Hwy 658 59 37 Hwy 43 south of Blue Ridge Hwy 33 west of Fort Assiniboine
Current
Hwy 659 59 37 Hwy 28 in Bonnyville Hwy 897 south of Cold Lake I.R. 149
Current
Hwy 660 40 25 Hwy 881 north of Therien Hwy 28 east of Bonnyville
Current Passes through Glendon.
Hwy 661 160 99 Hwy 33 in Fort Assiniboine Hwy 831 east of Newbrook
Current Passes through Dapp.
Hwy 662
125
78
Hwy 36 south of Lac La Biche Hwy 28 in Cold Lake
c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 55.[66][67]
Hwy 663 153 95 Hwy 44 in Fawcett Hwy 55 west of Lac La Biche
Current Passes through Boyle; 8 km (5 mi) gap near Lac La Biche.
40 25 Hwy 881 east of Lac La Biche Touchwood Lake east of Lakeland Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 664
32
20
Hwy 2 in Athabasca Hwy 46 (now Hwy 63) north of Boyle
c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 55.[66][67]
Hwy 665 30 19 Hwy 43 south of Valleyview Hwy 747 south of Sunset House
Current
Hwy 666 37 23 Range Road 85 west of Grovedale Hwy 40 south of Grande Prairie
Current
Hwy 667 7 4 Hwy 722 south of Beaverlodge Hwy 43 west of Huallen
Current
Hwy 668 7 4 Hwy 40 (108 Street) south of Grande Prairie Resources Road (Range Road 60) south of Grande Prairie 37 Avenue
Current
Hwy 669 23 14 Hwy 49 in Valleyview Hwy 747 south of Sunset House
Current
Hwy 670 30 19 Hwy 43 (100 Street) in Grande Prairie Hwy 43 / Hwy 733 west of Bezanson
Current
Hwy 671 30 19 B.C. border west of Goodfare Hwy 43 north of Beaverlodge
Current Passes through Goodfare.
Hwy 672 62 39 Range Road 123 west of Hythe Hwy 2 south of Sexsmith Emerson Trail
Current
Hwy 674 24 15 Hwy 2 / Hwy 59 north of Sexsmith Hwy 773 at Teepee Creek
Current
Hwy 676 60 37 Hwy 736 north of DeBolt Hwy 49 north of Valleyview
Current
Hwy 677 44 27 Hwy 724 west of Woking Hwy 733 south of Peoria
Current
Hwy 679 49 30 Hwy 49 south of Donnelly Hwy 750 north of Grouard
Current
Hwy 680 15 9 Hwy 725 south of Blueberry Mountain Hwy 727 northeast of Spirit River
Current
Hwy 681 48 30 Hwy 719 north of Bonanza Hwy 725 north of Blueberry Mountain
Current Passes through Silver Valley.
Hwy 682 23 14 Hwy 729 Hwy 64 / Hwy 64A west of Fairview
Current
Hwy 683 10 6 Hwy 744 south of Marie Reine Hwy 2 in Nampa
Current
Hwy 684 31 19 Hwy 2 south of Grimshaw Hwy 2 in Peace River
Current
Hwy 685 87 54 Hwy 729 west of Hines Creek Hwy 2 in Grimshaw
Current
Hwy 686 89 55 Hwy 88 north of Red Earth Creek Trout Lake
Current Passes through Peerless Lake.
2 1 North Parsons Gateway in Fort McMurray Hwy 63 in Fort McMurray Parsons Access Road
Current
200
120
Hwy 686 north of Peerless Lake Hwy 686 / North Parsons Gateway in Fort McMurray East-West Connector proposed
Proposed connection between the two Hwy 686 segments.
158
98
Hwy 35 north of Grimshaw Hwy 88 south of Red Earth Creek
c. 1995 Replaced by Hwy 986.[68][69]
Hwy 688 24 15 Hwy 2 south of Peace River Hwy 986 north of Peace River
Current
Hwy 689 24 15 Range Road 10 Hwy 35 in Dixonville
Current
Hwy 690 11 7 Hwy 35 south of North Star Hwy 743 in Deadwood
Current
Hwy 691 15 9 Hwy 35 (Main Street) in Manning Hwy 741
Current
Hwy 692 27 17 Hwy 35 north of Manning Range Road 210
Current
Hwy 695 56 35 Range Road 243 west of Keg River Range Road 200 at Carcajou
Current
Hwy 697 119 74 Hwy 35 north of Paddle Prairie Hwy 88 west of Fort Vermilion
Current Passes through La Crete; ferry across Peace River.
     Former •      Proposed or unbuilt

700[edit]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local name(s) Opened Removed Notes
Hwy 717 24 15 B.C. border at Cherry Point Hwy 64 west of Cleardale
Current
Hwy 719 14 9 Hwy 49 east of Bay Tree Hwy 681 north of Bonanza
Current
Hwy 720
22
14
Hwy 671 west of Goodfare Hwy 43 north Horse Lake I.R. 152B
2000
Hwy 721 8 5 Hwy 43 in Hythe Hwy 59 west of Valhalla Centre
Current
Hwy 722 36 22 Range Road 121 west of Elmworth Hwy 43 in Beaverlodge
Current
Hwy 723 24 15 Hwy 43 east of Beaverlodge Hwy 59 in Valhalla Centre
Current
Hwy 724 47 29 Hwy 43 at Wembley Hwy 677 north of La Glace
Current
7
4
Township Road 710 Hwy 43 west of Wembley
2000
Hwy 725 28 17 Hwy 49 south of Blueberry Mountain Hwy 681 north of Blueberry Mountain
Current
Hwy 726 16 10 Hwy 64 Township Road 870 in Worsley
Current
Hwy 727 20 12 Hwy 49 west of Spirit River Hwy 680 east of Blueberry Mountain
Current
Hwy 729 17 11 Hwy 682 west of Fairview Hwy 685 west of Hines Creek
Current
Hwy 730 8 5 Hwy 64 northwest of Hines Creek Township Road 862 at Eureka River
Current
Hwy 731 34 21 Hwy 677 west of Woking Hwy 49 in Spirit River
Current
Hwy 732 17 11 Hwy 2 / Hwy 64A in Fairview Hwy 685 east of Hines Creek
Current
Hwy 733 58 36 Hwy 43 / Hwy 670 in Bezanson Wanham north of Hwy 49
Current
Hwy 734 268 167 Bighorn M.D. / Clearwater County boundary Hwy 40 at the Lovett River Forestry Trunk Road c. 1995 Current Former Hwy 940.
26
13
Hwy 40 / Hwy 579 north of Waiparous Clearwater County boundary Forestry Trunk Road c. 1995 2000 Section transferred to Bighorn M.D..
168
104
Hwy 40 at Muskeg River Hwy 43 east of DeBolt Forestry Trunk Road c. 1985 2000
Hwy 735 30 19 Hwy 2 at Whitelaw Hwy 685
Current
Hwy 736 30 19 Hwy 43 at DeBolt Hwy 676
Current
Hwy 737 35 22 Hwy 2 at Brownvale Hwy 35 north of Grimshaw
Current
Hwy 739 10 6 Hwy 49 south of Eaglesham Township Road 790 north of Eaglesham
Current
Hwy 740 55 34 Hwy 49 south of Tangent Hwy 684 south of Grimshaw
Current Ferry across Peace River.
Hwy 741 36 22 Hwy 691 east of Manning Township Road 944 west of Notikewin Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 742 8 5 Spray Lakes Road / Ken Ritchie Way near Canmore[70] Hwy 1 in Canmore • Spray Lakes Road
• Three Sisters Parkway
Current
62
39
Hwy 40 in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park Canmore Smith-Dorrien / Spray Trail
2000
Hwy 743 73 45 Hwy 2, in Peace River Hwy 690 in Deadwood
Current
Hwy 744 95 59 Hwy 676 south of Girouxville Hwy 2 in Peace River Judah Hill Road
Current Passes through Marie-Reine.
Hwy 745
29
18
Hwy 43 in Little Smoky Hwy 665 south of Valleyview Little Smoky Road
2000
Hwy 746
29
18
Hwy 2A east of Guy Hwy 2 in McLennan
2000
Hwy 747 58 36 Hwy 665 east of Valleyview Hwy 2A west of High Prairie
Current
Hwy 748 58 36 Amoco Road northwest of Edson Hwy 32 north of Peers
Current Passes through Edson.
1.5 0.9 Hwy 16 in Edson Hwy 748 (22 Avenue) in Edson
Current
Hwy 749 45 28 Township Road 720A south of High Prairie Hwy 679 east of Winagami Lake Provincial Park
Current Passes through High Prairie.
Hwy 750 104 65 Hwy 2 east of Enilda Hwy 88 south of Red Earth Creek
Current Passes through Atikameg.
Hwy 751 63 39 Hwy 16 at Nojock Hwy 43 east of Whitecourt
Current Passes through MacKay.
Hwy 752 63 39 Hwy 734 west of Rocky Mountain House Hwy 11A in Rocky Mountain House
Current
Hwy 753 61 38 Hwy 16 west of Wildwood Hwy 620 in Lodgepole
Current Passes through Cynthia.
Hwy 754 98 61 Hwy 88 north of Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park Hwy 813 at Wabasca-Desmarais
Current
Hwy 755
49
30
Hwy 16 between Evansburg and Wildwood Hwy 918 (now Hwy 18) north of Mayerthorpe
1979 Replaced by Hwy 22.[71][72]
Hwy 756 3 2 Hwy 11 west of Rocky Mountain House Crimson Lake Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 757 52 32 Hwy 16 west of Gainford Hwy 18 north of Sangudo
Current
Hwy 758 5 3 Hwy 66 south of Bragg Creek Provincial Park Hwy 22 in Bragg Creek
Current
Hwy 759 40 25 Hwy 39 west of Carnwood Hwy 31 in Seba Beach
Current Passes through Tomahawk.
Hwy 760 10 6 Township Road 320 in Bergen Hwy 22 in Sundre
Current
Hwy 761 80 50 Hwy 54 east of Caroline Hwy 607 west of Bluffton
Current Passes through Leslieville; 3.2 km (2.0 mi) section still to be constructed over Weich Creek.
17 11 Hwy 13 east of Buck Lake Hwy 616 west of Breton
Current
Hwy 762 22 14 Hwy 549 west of Millarville Hwy 22 / Hwy 66 south of Bragg Creek
Current
Hwy 763 26 16 Hwy 18 at Campsie Hwy 33 south of Fort Assiniboine
Current
Hwy 764 30 19 Hwy 43 at Cherhill Hwy 18 south of Campsie
Current
Hwy 765 24 15 Hwy 16 south of Darwell Hwy 43 west of Glenevis
Current
Hwy 766 171 106 Hwy 1A west of Calgary Hwy 53 west of Rimbey Lochend Road
(Rocky View County)
Current Passes through Eckville; 4.1 km (2.5 mi) section still to be constructed over the Red Deer River.
Hwy 769 23 14 Hwy 18 north of Barrhead Hwy 661 south of Neerlandia
Current
Hwy 770 60 37 Hwy 616 east of Breton Hwy 16 / Hwy 43 north of Carvel
Current Passes through Warburg.
Hwy 771 80 50 Hwy 20 north of Bentley Hwy 616 north of Sundance Beach
Current
Hwy 772 31 19 Calgary city limits Hwy 574 at Madden Symons Valley Road
Current
Hwy 773
18
11
Hwy 549 west of Okotoks Hwy 22X in Calgary
c. 2000
Hwy 774 27 17 Castle Mountain Resort Hwy 507 at Beaver Mines
Current
Hwy 775 8 5 Beauvais Lake Provincial Park Hwy 507 west of Pincher Creek
Current
Hwy 776 19 12 Hwy 18 between Barrhead & Westlock Hwy 661 between Neerlandia & Dapp
Current
Hwy 777 59 37 Hwy 37 in Onoway Hwy 18 west of Westlock
Current
Hwy 778 15 9 Hwy 616 north of Pigeon Lake Hwy 39 in Thorsby
Current
Hwy 779 30 19 Hwy 627 south of Stony Plain Hwy 37 west of Calahoo Meridian Road
Current Follows Fifth Meridian; 48 Street through Stony Plain.
Hwy 780 8 5 Hwy 13A east of Ma-Me-O Beach Hwy 616 east of Silver Beach
Current
Hwy 781 23 14 Hwy 54 northwest of Innisfail Hwy 11 at Sylvan Lake
Current
Hwy 782
3
2
Calgary city limits Hwy 566 west of Balzac Centre Street N
2007 Transferred to City of Calgary as part of city annexation.
Hwy 783 11 7 Hwy 543 west of High River Hwy 2A / Hwy 7 in Okotoks
Current
Hwy 785 63 39 Hwy 6 in Pincher Creek Hwy 2 north of Fort Macleod
Current
Hwy 786 10 6 Hwy 507 east of Pincher Creek Hwy 3 at Brocket
Current
Hwy 788
13
8
Hwy 628 south of Spruce Grove Township Road 540 west of Villeneuve • Golden Spike Road
• Calahoo Road
c. 2003[73] Decommissioned and Hwy 16 intersection closed in conjunction with Range Road 274 (Jennifer Heil Way) interchange construction.
Hwy 789
28
17
Hwy 901 (now Hwy 22X) southeast of Calgary Hwy 564 northeast of Calgary 84 Street E
1979[53][54]
Hwy 791 130 81 Hwy 22X south of Indus Hwy 590 east of Innisfail
Current Passes through Delacour.
Hwy 792 50 31 Hwy 12 east of Gull Lake Township 454 south of Westerose
Current
Hwy 794
66
41
Hwy 16 north of Acheson Hwy 18 in Westlock
1999[74] Replaced by Hwy 44.
Hwy 795 72 45 Hwy 53 west of Ponoka Hwy 39 in Calmar
Current
Hwy 797 2.9 1.8 Hwy 552 east of De Winton South bank of the Bow River
Current
6.5 4.0 Hwy 560 (Glenmore Trail) in Langdon Hwy 1 / Hwy 9 east of Chestermere
Current
9.7
6.0
North bank of the Bow River Hwy 560 (Glenmore Trail) in Langdon
2000 Section transferred to Rocky View County.
Hwy 799 16 10 Hwy 23 south of Blackie Hwy 547 / Hwy 552 east of Aldersyde
Current
     Former

800[edit]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local name(s) Opened Removed Notes
Hwy 800 21 13 Hwy 5 west of Mountain View Hwy 505 north Hill Spring
Current Passes through Hill Spring.
Hwy 801 32 20 Hwy 44 / Hwy 661 northeast of Dapp Cross Lake Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 803 14 9 Hwy 28 west of Bon Accord Hwy 651 east of Legal
Current
Hwy 804 24 15 Hwy 533 between Nanton and Vulcan Hwy 23 north of Brant
Current
Hwy 805 36 22 Hwy 583 south of Torrington Hwy 590 east of Innisfail
Current Passes through Wimborne.
Hwy 806 37 23 Hwy 9 / Hwy 72 in Beiseker Hwy 583 west of Three Hills
Current Passes through Acme and Linden.
Hwy 808 6 4 Hwy 595 east of Red Deer Hwy 11 east of Red Deer
Current
Hwy 810 42 26 Hwy 505 in Glenwood Hwy 3 west of Fort Macleod
Current
Hwy 811 18 11 Hwy 2 / Hwy 3 in Fort Macleod Hwy 519 east of Granum
Current
Hwy 812 18 11 Hwy 663 west of Colinton Hwy 2 east of Sunset Beach
Current
Hwy 813 172 107 Hwy 55 in Athabasca Hwy 754 at Wabasca-Desmarais
Current Passes through Calling Lake and Sandy Lake.
Hwy 814 42 26 Hwy 13 in Wetaskiwin Hwy 625 in Beaumont
Current Continues through Beaumont into Edmonton as 50 Street.
Hwy 815 43 27 Hwy 11 north of Joffre Hwy 53 in Ponoka
Current
Hwy 816 24 15 Hwy 590 south of Pine Lake Hwy 595 east of Red Deer
Current
Hwy 817 36 22 Hwy 24 east of Carseland Hwy 564 in Ardenode
Current Passes through Strathmore as Wheatland Trail.
Hwy 820 32 20 Hwy 501 east of Cardston Hwy 5 west of Spring Coulee
Current
Hwy 821 23 14 Hwy 12 at Tees Hwy 53 east of Ponoka
Current
Hwy 822 42 26 Hwy 53 west of Bashaw Hwy 616 east of Millet
Current Passes through Gwynne.
Hwy 824 17 11 Hwy 14 west of South Cooking Lake Hwy 16 north of Ardrossan
Current
Hwy 825 14 9 Hwy 37 west of Fort Saskatchewan Hwy 643 east of Gibbons
Current
Hwy 827 83 52 Hwy 28 south of Egremont Hwy 55 east of Athabasca
Current Passes through Thorhild.
Hwy 829 10 6 Hwy 644 east of Redwater Hwy 28 / Hwy 63 west of Radway
Current
Hwy 830 47 29 Hwy 630 east of Sherwood Park Hwy 38 north of Bruderheim
Current Passes through Josephburg.
Hwy 831 100 62 Elk Island National Park boundary Hwy 63 / Hwy 663 in Boyle
Current Passes through Lamont, Star, and Waskatenau.
Hwy 833 44 27 Hwy 13 in Camrose Hwy 14 / Hwy 630 south of Lindbrook
Current 53 Street in Camrose.
Hwy 834 87 54 Hwy 13 / Hwy 56 east of Camrose Hwy 15 at Chipman
Current Passes through Round Hill and Tofield.
Hwy 835 48 30 Hwy 590 west of Big Valley Rochon Sands
Current Passes through Erskine.
Hwy 836 59 37 Hwy 9 west of Drumheller Hwy 585 east of Trochu
Current Passes through Carbon.
Hwy 837 23 14 Hwy 575 west of Drumheller Hwy 27 west of Morrin Dinosaur Trail
(Hwy 575 – Hwy 838)
Current
Hwy 838 26 16 Hwy 9 & Hwy 56 in Drumheller Hwy 837 west of Munson Dinosaur Trail
Current Ferry across the Red Deer River.
Hwy 839 23 14 Hwy 27 west of Morrin Hwy 585 in Rumsey
Current
Hwy 840 41 25 Hwy 561 south of Standard Hwy 9 north of Rosebud
Current
Hwy 841 9 6 Hwy 569 east of Rosebud Hwy 9 west of Drumheller
Current
Hwy 842 118 73 Hwy 529 west of Milo Hwy 564 north of Chancellor
Current Passes through Siksika Nation and Cluny.
Hwy 843 45 28 Lethbridge city limits Hwy 552
Current Passes through Picture Butte; 7.3 km (4.5 mi) section still to be constructed over the Oldman River.
Hwy 844 9 6 Hwy 506 west of the Milk River Ridge Reservoir Hwy 52 west of Raymond
Current
Hwy 845 102 63 Hwy 52 in Raymond Hwy 539 north of Lomond
Current Passes through Coaldale as 20 Street.
Hwy 846 7 4 Hwy 52 east of Raymond Hwy 4 / Hwy 61 in Stirling
Current Passes through Stirling as 1 Street.
Hwy 847
15
9
Township Road 200 Hwy 1 in Bassano
2000
Hwy 848 20 12 Hwy 564 southwest of Dorothy Hwy 573 west of Little Fish Lake Provincial Park
Current
Hwy 849 31 19 Hwy 10 in Drumheller Hwy 9 north of Michichi
Current
Hwy 850 51 32 Hwy 593 south of Botha Hwy 53 in Donalda
Current Passes through Red Willow.
Hwy 851 82 51 Hwy 573 south of Delia Hwy 589 west of Byemoor
Current Passes through Delia.
Hwy 852 16 10 Hwy 12 at Gadsby Hwy 601 east of Red Willow
Current
Hwy 853 19 12 Hwy 589 at Byemoor Hwy 593
Current
Hwy 854 91 57 Hwy 53 east of Donalda Hwy 626 north of Ryley
Current Passes through Rosalind and Bawlf.
Hwy 855 389 242 Hwy 9 west of Hanna Hwy 55 / Hwy 63 at Atmore
Current Passes through Heisler, Daysland, Holden, Mundare, Andrew, and Smoky Lake.
Hwy 856 26 16 Hwy 53 in Forestburg Hwy 13 in Strome
Current
Hwy 857 128 80 Hwy 26 south of Bruce Hwy 28 south of Bellis
Current Passes through Bruce, Vegreville, and Willingdon.
Hwy 858 55 34 Hwy 55 south of Plamondon Hwy 881 north of Lac La Biche
Current
Hwy 859 16 10 Hwy 652 west of Saddle Lake Hwy 28 / Hwy 36 at Vilna
Current
Hwy 860 9 6 Hwy 29 east of Hairy Hill Hwy 645
Current
Hwy 861 42 26 Hwy 12 in Castor Hwy 53 north of Galahad
Current
Hwy 862 115 71 Hwy 550 west of Rosemary Hwy 9 west of Hanna
Current Passes through Gem, ferry across the Red Deer River.
Hwy 864 34 21 Hwy 3 in Taber Hwy 524 west of Vauxhall
Current 46 Avenue in Taber.
Hwy 866 46 29 Hwy 28 / Hwy 36 east of Spedden Hwy 55 west of Rich Lake
Current
Hwy 867 39 24 Hwy 608 east of Forestburg Hwy 13 at Sedgewick
Current
Hwy 868
30
19
Hwy 55 / Hwy 36 in Lac La Biche Hwy 858 at Owl River
c. 1990 Replaced by Hwy 881.[75][76]
Hwy 869 23 14 Hwy 608 east of Forestburg Hwy 13 at Sedgewick
Current
Hwy 870 111 69 Hwy 13 at Lougheed Hwy 45 east of Musidora
Current Passes through Kinsella and Innisfree.
Hwy 872 97 60 Hwy 586 west of Hemaruka Hwy 13 west of Hardisty
Current Passes through Coronation and Brownfield.
Hwy 873 57 35 Range Road 162 at Rainier Hwy 550 at Duchess
Current Passes through Brooks along 7 Street E and 2 Street W.
Hwy 875 82 51 Hwy 36 south of Vauxhall Hwy 1 west of Tilley
Current Passes through Hays and Rolling Hills.
Hwy 876 100 62 Hwy 535 south of Tilley Hwy 570 south of Sunnynook
Current Passes through Patricia, Wardlow, and Cessford.
Hwy 877 81 50 Hwy 501 east of Milk River Hwy 3 at Grassy Lake
Current Passes through Skiff.
Hwy 879 98 61 Hwy 501 south of Foremost Hwy 524 northwest of Bow Island
Current
Hwy 880 25 16 U.S. border
(continues as MT Sec 409)
Hwy 501 north of Aden
Current
Hwy 881 216 134 Hwy 13 at Hardisty Hwy 55 east of Fork Lake
Current Passes through Irma, Mannville, Myrnam, St. Paul, and St. Vincent.
266 165 Hwy 55 / Hwy 36 in Lac La Biche Hwy 63 south of Fort McMurray
Current Passes through Conklin and Anzac.
Hwy 882 10 6 Hwy 28 south of Glendon Hwy 660 north of Glendon
Current
Hwy 883 21 13 Hwy 14 west of Fabyan Hwy 41 north of Wainwright
Current
Hwy 884 280 174 Hwy 1 at Suffield Hwy 13 at Amisk
Current Passes through Ralston, Jenner, Youngstown, and Veteran.
Hwy 885 76 47 Hwy 501 south of Etzikom Hwy 3 east of Bow Island
Current
Hwy 886 142 88 Hwy 555 west of Buffalo Hwy 12 / Hwy 41 in Consort
Current Passes through Cereal.
Hwy 887 77 48 Hwy 501 south of Orion Hwy 3 at Seven Persons
Current
Hwy 889 29 18 Hwy 501 south of Manyberries Township Road 70 north of Manyberries Red Coat Trail
(Hwy 501 – Hwy 61)
Current
Hwy 892 31 19 Hwy 659 south of Ardmore Township Road 643 west of Cold Lake
Current
Hwy 893 72 45 Hwy 619 south of Islay Hwy 646 in Heinsburg
Current
Hwy 893 72 45 Hwy 619 south of Islay Hwy 646 in Heinsburg
Current Passes through Dewberry.
Hwy 894 32 20 Hwy 610 at Edgerton Township Road 470 northeast of Wainwright
Current
Hwy 895 14 9 Hwy 570 south of Oyen Hwy 41 at Oyen
Current
Hwy 897 186 116 Hwy 14 north of Edgerton Hwy 55 east of Beaver Crossing
Current Passes through Paradise Valley, Kitscoty, Marwayne, and Frog Lake.
23 14 Cold Lake city limits
(CFB Cold Lake boundary)
Cold Lake Provincial Park
Current
8
5
CFB Cold Lake boundary Hwy 28 / Hwy 55 in Grand Centre
1996 Section transferred to City of Cold Lake as part of annexation.
Hwy 899 2 1 Empress Hwy 562 north of Empress
Current
189 117 Hwy 570 north of Acadia Valley Hwy 610 west of Chauvin
Current Passes through Altario, Bodo, and Provost.
     Former

900[edit]

The roads in the 900 are typically highways that are planned realignments or extensions of existing highways. The numbers applied to each highway in the 900 series are derived from the highway that is planned to be realigned or extended (e.g. Hwy 901 is a potential reaignment of Hwy 1 and Hwy 986 is an extension of Hwy 686).

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Local name(s) Opened Removed Notes
Hwy 901 40 25 Hwy 24 / Hwy 22X north of Carseland Hwy 1 at Gleichen
Current Potential realignment of Hwy 1 between Calgary and Gleichen.
10
7
Hwy 2 / Hwy 22X in Calgary Former Hwy 789 east of Calgary
1980 Section replaced by Hwy 22X.[77][78]
27
16
Former Hwy 789 east of Calgary Hwy 24 north of Carseland
c. 1987 Section replaced by Hwy 22X.[79][80]
Hwy 911
17
11
Red Deer Hwy 815 east of Red Deer
c. 1982 Replaced by Hwy 11.
33
21
Hwy 815 east of Red Deer Hwy 21 / Hwy 21A southwest of Nevis c. 1989 c. 1992 Replaced by Hwy 11.
Hwy 918
48
30
Hwy 43 at Green Court Hwy 18 at Campsie
Replaced by Hwy 18.
Hwy 919
12
8
Hwy 60 in Devon Hwy 2 / Hwy 625 in Nisku
Replaced by Hwy 19.
Hwy 921
27
17
Hwy 21 / Hwy 595 north of Delburne Hwy 12 / Hwy 21 east of Alix proposed
Proposed Hwy 21 realignment across Red Deer River; includes 11 km (7 mi) concurrency with Hwy 11.[81]
Hwy 922
111
69
Hwy 3 west of Lundbreck Hwy 22 / Hwy 541 at Longview
c. 1980 Replaced by Hwy 22.
38
24
Hwy 22 at Priddis Hwy 1 / Hwy 22 south of Cochrane 1975 1977 Replaced by Hwy 22.
255
158
Hwy 1A in Cochrane Hwy 57 (now Hwy 39) east of Drayton Valley c. 1973 c. 1980 Replaced by Hwy 22.
Hwy 926
64
40
Hwy 13 in Camrose Hwy 36 south of Viking c. 1973 c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 26.
Hwy 932
204
127
Hwy 32 / Hwy 748 north of Peers Hwy 2 east of Kinuso c. 1974 c. 1977 Passed through Whitecourt and Swan Hills; replaced by Hwy 32 and Hwy 33.
Hwy 933
48
30
Hwy 43 at Gunn Hwy 18 at Barrhead
c. 1977 Unimproved sections of Hwy 33; replaced by Hwy 33.
Hwy 940
101
63
Hwy 40 at the Crowsnest Pass boundary Hwy 40 / Hwy 541 west of Longview Forestry Trunk Road c. 1981 c. 1990
46
78
Hwy 1A west of Cochrane Hwy 579 north of Waiparous Forestry Trunk Road c. 1981 c. 1993 Replaced by Hwy 40.
293
178
Hwy 579 north of Waiparous Hwy 40 at the Lovett River Forestry Trunk Road c. 1981 c. 1990 Became Hwy 734 in c. 1995.
168
104
Hwy 40 at Muskeg River Hwy 34 (now Hwy 43) east of DeBolt Forestry Trunk Road c. 1981 c. 1985 Replaced by Hwy 734.
Hwy 947 24 15 Athabasca River Hwy 43 southeast of Fox Creek c. 1975 Current
69
43
Hwy 16 / Hwy 47 east of Edson Athabasca River proposed
Proposed extension.[81]
244
152
Hwy 16 in Edson Hwy 2 east of Kinuso c. 1973 c. 1974 Passed through Whitecourt and Swan Hills; replaced by Hwy 748 and Hwy 932 (now Hwy 32 and Hwy 33).
Hwy 953
79
49
Hwy 21 / Hwy 605 at Bashaw Hwy 36 / Hwy 608 east of Forestburg
c. 1977 Replaced by Hwy 53.
Hwy 956
30
19
Hwy 12 / Hwy 56 in Stettler Hwy 953 (now Hwy 53) west of Donalda
c. 1977 Section replaced by Hwy 56.
45
28
Hwy 53 / Hwy 56 west of Donalda Hwy 13 east of Camrose
c. 1985 Replaced by Hwy 56.
Hwy 969
14
9
Hwy 63 in Fort McMurray South of Saprae Creek c. 1975 c. 1978 Replaced by Hwy 69 (now Airport Road).
Hwy 986 158 98 Hwy 35 north of Grimshaw Hwy 88 south of Red Earth Creek c. 1995 Current Formerly Hwy 686.
Hwy 992
24
15
Hwy 28 west of Ardmore Township Road 643 west of Cold Lake
c. 1985 Replaced by Hwy 92 (now Hwy 892).
     Former •      Proposed or unbuilt

Park access roads[edit]

A park access road (PAR) is an access route managed by Alberta Transportation that connects provincial parks to designated provincial highways.[82] The following is a list of all park access roads in Alberta as of March 2017.[13][83]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Connecting Highway Destination
PAR 101 6.768 4.205 Highway 25 Park Lake Provincial Park
PAR 102 1.841 1.144 Highway 756 Crimson Lake Provincial Park
PAR 103 1.766 1.097 Highway 873 Kinbrook Island Provincial Park
PAR 104 1.531 0.951 Highway 831 Long Lake Provincial Park
PAR 106 5.147 3.198 Highway 2 Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park
PAR 107 2.538 1.577 Highway 18 /
Highway 763
Thunder Lake Provincial Park
PAR 108 2.772 1.722 Highway 679 Winagami Lake Provincial Park
PAR 109 0.086 0.053 Highway 623 Miquelon Lake Provincial Park
PAR 110 1.756 1.091 Highway 529 Little Bow Provincial Park
PAR 113 1.652 1.027 Highway 43 Williamson Provincial Park
PAR 115 2.376 1.476 Highway 41 Cypress Hills Provincial Park
PAR 116 2.372 1.474 Highway 567 Big Hill Springs Provincial Park
PAR 117 3.808 2.366 Highway 43 Saskatoon Island Provincial Park
PAR 120 4.782 2.971 Highway 28 Garner Lake Provincial Park
PAR 121 1.618 1.005 Highway 41 Gooseberry Lake Provincial Park
PAR 123 2.795 1.737 Highway 40 William A. Switzer Provincial Park
PAR 124 0.547 0.340 Highway 20 Jarvis Bay Provincial Park
PAR 127 1.147 0.713 Highway 771 Pigeon Lake Provincial Park
PAR 129 2.073 1.288 Highway 881 Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park
PAR 130 16.836 10.461 Highway 544 Dinosaur Provincial Park
PAR 131 1.808 1.123 Highway 503 Woolford Provincial Park
PAR 132 0.883 0.549 Highway 500 Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park
PAR 133 17.965 11.163 Highway 21 Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park
PAR 134 1.747 1.086 Highway 527 Willow Creek Provincial Park
PAR 135 9.562 5.942 Highway 43 Young's Point Provincial Park
PAR 136 20.287 12.606 Highway 2 Police Outpost Provincial Park
PAR 138 1.355 0.842 Highway 28 Cold Lake Provincial Park
PAR 142 4.143 2.574 Highway 32 Carson-Pegasus Provincial Park
PAR 143 10.841 6.736 Highway 750 Hilliard's Bay Provincial Park
PAR 150 1.121 0.697 Highway 660 Moose Lake Provincial Park
PAR 152 1.216 0.756 Highway 22 Chain Lakes Provincial Park

Urban approach roads[edit]

An urban approach road (UAR) is an access route managed by Alberta Transportation that connects urbanized areas to designated provincial highways.[82] The following is a list of all urban approach roads in Alberta as of March 2017.[13][83]

Number Length (km) Length (mi) Connecting Highway Destination
UAR 55 1.703 1.058 Highway 56 Big Valley
UAR 56 1.703 1.058 Highway 45 Dewberry
UAR 57 1.703 1.058 Highway 45 Clandonald
UAR 68 0.763 0.474 Highway 43 Rochfort Bridge
UAR 71 0.557 0.346 Highway 21 Huxley
UAR 73 1.419 0.882 Highway 44 Pibroch
UAR 74 0.805 0.500 Highway 28 Waskatenau
UAR 79 1.374 0.854 Highway 2 Vimy
UAR 81 1.626 1.010 Highway 44 Jarvie
UAR 82 3.248 2.018 Highway 44 Flatbush
UAR 83 3.248 2.018 Highway 44 Fawcett
UAR 84 0.938 0.583 Highway 43 Onoway
UAR 86 0.382 0.237 Highway 13 Hughenden
UAR 87 2.955 1.836 Highway 13 Metiskow
UAR 88 0.350 0.217 Highway 12 Tees
UAR 89 3.267 2.030 Highway 21 Elnora
UAR 90 3.634 2.258 Highway 21 Lousana
UAR 96 3.296 2.048 Highway 28 Bonnyville Beach
UAR 104 0.825 0.513 Highway 28 Warspite
UAR 108
10.527
6.541
Highway 13 Cadogan
UAR 110 2.068 1.285 Highway 36 Scandia
UAR 111 1.087 0.675 Highway 12 Clive
UAR 113 0.815 0.506 Highway 27 Morrin
UAR 114 3.225 2.004 Highway 54 Dickson
UAR 115 1.033 0.642 Highway 16 Evansburg
UAR 116 1.118 0.695 Highway 28 Vilna
UAR 122 2.279 1.416 Highway 9 Craigmyle
UAR 124 0.584 0.363 Highway 2 Widewater
UAR 125 1.838 1.142 Highway 2 Kinuso
UAR 128 1.008 0.626 Highway 597 Blackfalds
UAR 133 8.251 5.127 Highway 21 Rockyford
UAR 136 0.257 0.160 Highway 2 Donnelly
UAR 137 6.517 4.049 Highway 36 Galahad
UAR 139 10.048 6.244 Highway 41 Empress
UAR 141 0.475 0.295 Highway 9 Beiseker
UAR 144 0.879 0.546 Highway 9 Irricana
UAR 150 0.884 0.549 Highway 29 Hairy Hill
UAR 154 4.947 3.074 Highway 41 Hilda
UAR 155 0.669 0.416 Highway 45 Derwent
UAR 156 0.886 0.551 Highway 28 Smoky Lake
UAR 158 0.618 0.384 Highway 28 Radway
UAR 160 2.778 1.726 Highway 2 Tawatinaw
UAR 161 0.735 0.457 Highway 23 Carmangay
UAR 164 1.501 0.933 Highway 11 Benalto
UAR 165 1.695 1.053 Highway 20 Bluffton
UAR 166 2.188 1.360 Highway 2 Joussard
UAR 167 0.456 0.283 Highway 2 Canyon Creek
UAR 168 4.781 2.971 Highway 41 Schuler
UAR 170 0.895 0.556 Highway 2 Faust
UAR 171 0.913 0.567 Highway 61 Wrentham
UAR 172 3.507 2.179 Highway 21 New Sarepta
UAR 174 0.463 0.288 Highway 2 Enilda
UAR 175 1.147 0.713 Highway 13 Winfield
UAR 178
0.913
0.567
Highway 41 Acadia Valley
UAR 180 0.932 0.579 Highway 28 Ashmont
UAR 181 0.682 0.424 Highway 617 Hay Lakes
UAR 185
3.026
1.880
Highway 69 (former) Fort McMurray Airport
UAR 187 5.519 3.429 Highway 21 Swalwell
UAR 189 0.328 0.204 Highway 13 Gwynne
UAR 197 0.164 0.102 Highway 32 Peers
UAR 199 0.651 0.405 Highway 16 Ranfurly
UAR 205 1.760 1.094 Highway 3 Kipp
UAR 206 0.891 0.554 Highway 21 Bashaw
UAR 210 1.365 0.848 Highway 56 Meeting Creek
UAR 212 0.829 0.515 Highway 49 Guy
UAR 213 4.225 2.625 Highway 36 Kikino
UAR 214 0.418 0.260 Highway 2 Bluesky
UAR 216 0.774 0.481 Highway 16 Minburn
UAR 217 2.264 1.407 Highway 28 Bellis
UAR 220 0.801 0.498 Highway 41 Czar
UAR 221 0.942 0.585 Highway 21 Delburne
UAR 224 0.248 0.154 Highway 63 Abee
UAR 225 1.443 0.897 Highway 55 Rich Lake
UAR 227 1.374 0.854 Highway 35 High Level Airport
UAR 236 0.929 0.577 Highway 29 St. Edouard
UAR 238 0.598 0.372 Highway 2 Berwyn
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See also[edit]

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