Major transportation projects

Long-term planning, design and construction activities for Alberta’s highway network.

Services and information

The Calgary Ring Road is part of a larger east-west trade corridor that will enhance access to markets in and out of Alberta.

A new interchange will be built at Highway 1A and Highway 22 in Cochrane.

Maintained by Alberta Transportation, Deerfoot Trail is the major north/south transportation route through the City of Calgary and is part of the North/South Trade Corridor.

A new interchange will be built at Deerfoot Trail and 212 Avenue Southeast in Calgary.

Anthony Henday Drive provides 80 km of free-flow travel around the City of Edmonton.

The bypass around Grande Prairie on Highway 43 is now complete.

Twinning of the North Saskatchewan River Bridge on Highway 15 and into Fort Saskatchewan.

Highway 19 East is being expanded to accommodate traffic growth.

A multi-year project to construct a new interchange south of Red Deer at Highway 2, Gaetz Avenue and Taylor Drive.

Construction of a bypass around Tofield on Highway 834.

Alberta’s 3-year highway and water management plan.

Recovery of gravel and sand reserves on Spy Hill in Calgary.