St. Albert Trail

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St. Albert Trail
Mark Messier Trail
St. Albert Trail is located in Edmonton
St. Albert Trail
St. Albert Trail
Start/End points of St. Albert Trail
Part of Hwy 2
Maintained byCity of Edmonton
City of St. Albert
Length14.1 km[1] (8.8 mi)
LocationEdmonton and St. Albert
South end118 Avenue / Groat Road
Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue, Anthony Henday Drive, Gervais Road / Hebert Road, McKenney Avenue / Bellerose Drive, Giroux Road / Boudreau Road, Villeneuve Road
North endCity Limits (St. Albert)

St. Albert Trail is a major arterial road connecting the cities of Edmonton and St. Albert, Alberta. It is part of a 40-kilometre-long (25 mi) continuous roadway that runs through Sherwood Park, Edmonton, and St. Albert that includes Wye Road, Sherwood Park Freeway, Whyte Avenue, portions of University Avenue and Saskatchewan Drive, and Groat Road.

The route begins as Groat Road, and becomes St. Albert Trail at 118 Avenue (at a traffic circle with traffic lights). At the interchange with Yellowhead Trail, the road becomes part of Alberta Highway 2. After only a few blocks (137 Avenue) the road now becomes Mark Messier Trail, as it moves away from central Edmonton. At the Edmonton – St. Albert boundary the road was known as St. Albert Road until early 2009 when St. Albert City Council approved a name change from St. Albert Road to St. Albert Trail.[2] St. Albert Trail keeps this designation throughout that city, before exiting the city boundaries to the north where it becomes a divided highway as far north as Morinville. North of the St. Albert boundary the road has no other name than Highway 2.

Two smaller segments of St. Albert Trail also exists as local roads, separated from the artery when Edmonton expanded its grid system of streets, and cut it off. They are a southbound only at 111 Avenue & 127 Street, and a two way from 112 Avenue to 117 Avenue.


List of neighbourhoods St. Albert Trail runs through, in order from south to north. Coincidentally it starts in Inglewood, Edmonton, and runs through Inglewood, St. Albert.[3]


St. Albert[edit]

  • Akinsdale
  • Sturgeon Heights
  • Downtown
  • Mission
  • Inglewood
  • Deer Ridge
  • Erin Ridge
  • Lacombe Park

Major intersections[edit]

This is a list of major intersections, starting at the south end of St. Albert Trail.[3]

Edmonton−1.5−0.93127 StreetAt-grade
−1.4−0.87111 AvenueAt-grade
200 m (660 ft) gap in St. Albert Trail
−1.2−0.75112 AvenueAt-grade
−0.25−0.16117 Avenue / 131 StreetAt-grade
250 m (820 ft) gap in St. Albert Trail
0.00.0Groat Road
118 Avenue – City Centre
Traffic circle (traffic lights); continues as Groat Road
1.30.81 Yellowhead Trail (Hwy 16) to Hwy 216 / Hwy 2 southDiamond interchange (traffic lights); exit 381 on Hwy 16;
south end of Hwy 2 designation
1.81.1128 AvenueAt-grade (traffic lights)
2.51.6131 AvenueAt-grade (traffic lights)
3.62.2137 AvenueAt-grade (traffic lights)
South end of Mark Messier Trail
5.43.4156 Street / Campbell RoadAt-grade (traffic lights)
6.33.9 Anthony Henday Drive (Hwy 216)Partial cloverleaf interchange (traffic lights); exit 31 on Hwy 216
North end of Mark Messier Trail
St. Albert7.04.3Gervais Road / Hebert RoadAt-grade (traffic lights)
7.44.6Gate AvenueAt-grade (traffic lights)
8.05.0Green Grove Drive (to Sir Winston Churchill Avenue) / Sterling StreetAt-grade (traffic lights)
8.95.5St. Anne Street / Sturgeon RoadAt-grade (traffic lights)
9.05.6Crosses the Sturgeon River
9.45.8St. Vital Avenue / Rivercrest CrescentAt-grade (traffic lights)
9.76.0McKenney Avenue / Bellerose DriveAt-grade (traffic lights)
10.36.4Lennox Drive / Inglewood DriveAt-grade (traffic lights)
11.06.8 Giroux Road / Boudreau Road – Sturgeon Community HospitalAt-grade (traffic lights)
11.47.1 Villeneuve Road (Hwy 633 west) / Erin Ridge RoadSplit intersection (traffic lights)
12.47.7Jensen Lakes Boulevard / Everitt DriveAt-grade (traffic lights)
13.28.2Niel Ross RoadAt-grade (traffic lights)
14.18.8Continues as Hwy 2 north – Morinville, Athabasca, Peace River
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

Route map:

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  1. ^ a b Google (November 16, 2017). "St Albert Trail in Edmonton & St. Albert, AB" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved November 16, 2017.
  2. ^ "Amendments to Transportation System Bylaw and Traffic Bylaw" (PDF). City of St. Albert. 2009-04-27. Retrieved 2010-08-27.
  3. ^ a b City of Edmonton map utility