COVID-19 Updates: State of public health emergency declared.
The $48-million project included:
- construction of 12 kilometres of four-lane divided highway between Range Road 63 and east of Richmond Hill, which is west of Grande Prairie – opened to traffic on September 14, 2019
- a roundabout at Highway 43 and Range Road 63 – opened to traffic in September 2018
Construction on the 4-lane divided highway included:
- granular base course
- roundabout at Highway 43 and Range Road 63 – the first roundabout built on a divided highway in Alberta
- traffic signals at the new intersection of Highway 43 with Highway 43 east of Richmond Hill
- bridge structures
- bridge culverts
- service roads
3 bridges crossing the Bear Creek:
- 2 on Highway 43
- one on Township Rd 722
This project will help:
- reduce traffic congestion through the City of Grande Prairie
- improve inter-provincial connectivity and traffic flow and safety for travellers, local residents and businesses
For more information about the Grande Prairie bypass, contact Alberta Transportation’s Peace Region Office:
Peace Region Office
1st Floor, Provincial Building
9621 96 Avenue
Peace River, Alberta T8S 1T4
Open in Google Maps for directions
Was this page helpful?
Your submissions are monitored by our web team and are used to help improve the experience on Alberta.ca. If you require a response, please go to our Contact page.
You will not receive a reply. Submissions that include telephone numbers, addresses, or emails will be removed.