Alberta Highway 63 (Canada)

Alberta Highway 63 (Canada)

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Alberta Provincial highway No. 63, normally known as highway sixty three, is a 434-kilometre (270 mi) highway in northern Alberta, Canada that connects the Athabasca oil sands and citadel McMurray to Edmonton through highway 28. It starts offevolved as a -lane street close to the hamlet of Radway wherein it splits from highway 28, running north via aspen parkland and farmland of north critical Alberta.

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Route information
Length: 433 km[2] (269 mi)
History: 1962 (construction begins)[a]
2006 (twinning announced)[b][c]
2016 (twinning complete)
Major junctions
South end Hwy 28 near Radway
Hwy 18 near Thorhild
Hwy 55 near Boyle
Hwy 881 near Cheecham

North end: 22 km (14 mi) north of Fort MacKay
Major cities: Fort McMurray
and rural
Thorhild County, Athabasca County, Lac La Biche County, Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo
Villages : Boyle
Highway system Provincial highways in Alberta

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