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North South Trade Corridor

The North South Trade Corridor connects Alberta with the U.S. at Coutts, extends to the B.C. border west of Grande Prairie, and provides access to the Alaska Highway. To ensure Alberta’s competitiveness in the international marketplace and enhance tourism, continued investment in this high-efficiency, multi-lane corridor to access U.S. and emerging Mexican markets is essential.

Significant work is currently underway on both rural and urban portions of the corridor throughout the province:

Anthony Henday Drive

CANAMEX Corridor

Deerfoot Trail

Recent News Releases:

Highway 43 twinning to go through Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation (Oct. 5/07)

Latest twinned section on Highway 43 improves safety for motorists (Sept. 20/07)