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Alberta Highway 41

Alberta Highway 41 shield Buffalo Highway shield

Highway 41
Buffalo Trail
Route information
Length: 686 km (426 mi)
Major junctions
South end: S-232 US border at Wild Horse
  Hwy 501

Hwy 1

Hwy 9

Hwy 12

Hwy 13

Hwy 14

Hwy 16

Hwy 45

Hwy 29

Hwy 28
North end: Hwy 55 at La Corey
Location
Specialized
and rural
municipalities:
Cypress County, Special Area No. 2, Acadia No. 34 M.D., Special Area No. 3, Special Area No. 4, Provost No. 52 M.D., Wainwright No. 61 M.D., Vermilion River County, Two Hills No. 21 County, St. Paul No. 19 County, Bonnyville No. 87 M.D.
Towns: Oyen, Wainwright, Vermilion, Elk Point, Bonnyville
Villages: Consort, Czar
Highway system

Provincial highways in Alberta

Hwy 40 Hwy 42

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 41,[1] also named Buffalo Trail, is a 686 km (426 mi) north-south highway located in eastern Alberta, Canada. It extends from the Hamlet of La Corey at Highway 55 to the United States border at Wild Horse.

Contents

  • Major intersections 1
  • Highway 41A 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Major intersections

Highway 41 from north to south.

Municipality km Intersecting Highway Description Coordinates
M.D. of Bonnyville No. 87 0 Hwy 55 – Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Athabasca La Corey
Highway 41 begins
18 Hwy 660 – Fort Kent, Glendon
Town of Bonnyville 20 enters Bonnyville as 55th Street.
21 Hwy 28 east (50th Avenue) – Fort Kent, Ardmore, Cold Lake Highway 41 turns west
Highway 28 concurrency begins
M.D. of Bonnyville No. 87 30 Passes the north shore of Muriel Lake
35 Hwy 28 west – Ashmont, Smoky Lake, Edmonton Hoselaw
Highway 41 turns south
Highway 28 concurrency ends
43 Hwy 657 east – Gurneyville Highway 41 enters the Kehewin Indian Reserve 123
County of St. Paul No. 19 55 Hwy 29 west – St. Paul, Hairy Hill, Lamont Y intersection
Town of Elk Point 64 Hwy 646 – Heinsburg, Lindbergh, Lafond
County of Two Hills No. 21 79 Hwy 640 east – Heinsburg
91 Hwy 45 west – Two Hills, Willingdon, Bruderheim Derwent
Highway 45 concurrency begins
98 Hwy 45 east – Dewberry, Marwayne, Glaslyn, Prince Albert Highway 45 concurrency ends
County of Vermilion River 105 Hwy 631 west – Vegreville, Mundare
Town of Vermilion 125
County of Vermilion River 127 Hwy 16 (Yellowhead Highway) – Lloydminster, Vegreville, Edmonton full interchange
Exit 577 on Highway 16
150 Hwy 619 – Lloydminster, Viking
Municipal District of Wainwright No. 61 172 Hwy 883 west – Fabyan
178 Hwy 614 east
Town of Wainwright 184 Hwy 14The Battlefords, Viking, Tofield, Edmonton
Municipal District of Provost No. 52 224 Hwy 13 – Provost, Camrose, Wetaskiwin
Village of Czar 227 Access road
Municipal District of Provost No. 52 245 Hwy 600 east – Cadogan, Provost
254 Hwy 599 west – Castor
Village of Consort 283 Hwy 12 west – Coronation, Castor, Stettler, Lacombe
Hwy 886 south – Cereal
Highway 41 turns east
Highway 12 concurrency begins
Special Area No. 4 300 Hwy 12 east – Altario, Compeer, Kerrobert Highway 41 turns south
Highway 12 concurrency ends
Special Area No. 3 368 Hwy 9Kindersley, Hanna, Drumheller, Calgary
Town of Oyen 370 Hwy 895 south Highway 41 turns to the southeast
M.D. of Acadia No. 34 388 Hwy 570
397 Acadia Valley
418 Hwy 562 east – Empress
424 Crosses the Red Deer River
Special Area No. 2 427 Hwy 899 north – Empress
430 Hwy 555 west – Buffalo, Jenner, Duchess
Cypress County 445 Crosses the South Saskatchewan River
454 Hwy 545 east – Burstall
476 Access road to Hilda
481 Hwy 537 east – Fox Valley Highway 41 turns southwest
486 Access road to Schuler
498 Hwy 528 east
550 Hwy 41A west – Medicine Hat Highway 41 turns south
556 Hwy 1 west (TCH) – Medicine Hat, Brooks, Strathmore, Calgary Highway 41 turns east
Highway 1 concurrency begins
572 Hwy 1 east (TCH) – Irvine, Walsh, Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Regina Highway 41 turns south
Highway 1 concurrency ends
590 Hwy 515 east – Maple Creek
602 Hwy 514 west Highway 41 enters Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park
604 Elkwater
662 Hwy 501Robsart, Govenlock, Milk River
686 Canada/United States border Wild Horse
Highway 41 ends
continues as Montana Secondary Highway 232
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Highway 41A

Alberta Provincial Highway No. 41A[1] is the designation of an alternate route off Highway 41 serving the City of Medicine Hat. It branches off Highway 41 approximately 7 km (4.3 mi) north of the Trans-Canada Highway and runs approximately 12 km (7.5 mi). It winds through Medicine Hat and terminates at its junction with the Trans-Canada Highway and the Crowsnest Highway (Highway 3) west of the downtown core.

References

  1. ^ a b Provincial Highways Designation Order, Alberta Transportation, p. 7 
  • Alberta Trail of the Buffalo

External links

  • 2010 Provincial Highways 1 - 216 Series Progress Chart (map, 8 MB) by Alberta Transportation.
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