Roundabout at Highway 43 and Range Road 63

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

Project details

Construction on the 4-lane divided highway included:

  • grading
  • granular base course
  • paving
  • 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 and Economic Corridors' Peace Region Office:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Phone: 780-624-6280
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)

Peace Region Office
Alberta Transportation and Economic Corridors
1st Floor, Provincial Building
9621 96 Avenue
Peace River, Alberta  T8S 1T4
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