170 Street, Edmonton

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170 Street
Gervais Road, Hebert Road
170 Street, Edmonton is located in Edmonton
170 Street, Edmonton
170 Street, Edmonton
170 Street, Edmonton
Start/End points of 170 Street and Gervais / Hebert Road
Maintained by the City of Edmonton
and City of St. Albert

170 Street

Length 13.0 km (8.1 mi)
Location Edmonton
South end Callingwood Road / Wanyandi Road
Major
junctions
Whitemud Drive, 87 Avenue, 100 Avenue, Stony Plain Road, Mayfield Road, 107 Avenue, 118 Avenue, Yellowhead Trail, 137 Avenue
North end Levasseur Road (city limits)

Gervais Road & Hebert Road

Length 3.1 km (1.9 mi)
Location St. Albert
South end Levasseur Road (city limits)
Major
junctions
St. Albert Trail
North end Boudreau Road

170 Street is a major arterial road in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It serves residential, commercial and industrial areas. Gervais Road / Hebert Road is a major arterial road in south St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. It serves residential and commercial areas.

The portion of 170 Street between Whitemud Drive and Yellowhead Trail is part of Edmonton's Inner Ring Road. As such, it is a major artery used for moving people and goods around the city.

West Edmonton Mall is located on the west side of 170 Street between 87 Avenue and 90 Avenue. The Misericordia Community Hospital is located on the east side of 170 Street between 87 Avenue and 90 Avenue. A pedestrian footbridge connects the hospital grounds to the mall.

Prior to Anthony Henday Drive being extended to Yellowhead Trail, 170 Street between Whitemud Drive and Yellowhead Trail was designated as part of Highway 2. In addition, prior to Highway 16X being renumbered to Highway 16, 170 Street between Stony Plain Road and Yellowhead Trail was designated as part of Highway 16.[2]

Neighbourhoods[edit]

List of neighbourhoods 170 Street runs through, in order from south to north:[3]

Edmonton[edit]

St. Albert[edit]

  • Heritage Lakes
  • Grandin Park
  • Sturgeon Heights
  • Akinsdale
  • Forest Lawn

Major intersections[edit]

Location km[1] mi Destinations Notes
Edmonton 0.0 0.0 Callingwood Road / Wanyandi Road At-grade (traffic lights)
0.8 0.50 69 Avenue / Wolf Willow Road At-grade (traffic lights)
1.6 0.99 Whitemud Drive (Hwy 2) Split diamond interchange (traffic lights)
2.5 1.6 87 Avenue – Misericordia Community Hospital At-grade (traffic lights)
2.6 1.6 West Edmonton Mall access Flyover, northbound exit only (left exit)
2.9 1.8 West Edmonton Mall access At-grade (traffic lights), no northbound exit
3.0 1.9 90 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
3.8 2.4 95 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
4.7 2.9 100 Avenue – City Centre Split intersection (traffic lights); one-way eastbound
4.9 3.0  Stony Plain Road to Hwy 16A west Split intersection (traffic lights); one-way westbound
5.1 3.2 Mayfield Road At-grade (traffic lights); northbound exit, southbound entrance
5.2 3.2 103 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
6.2 3.9 107 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
6.9 4.3 111 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
7.3 4.5 114 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
8.1 5.0 118 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
8.5 5.3 Yellowhead Trail (Hwy 16) Diamond interchange (traffic lights); exit 381 on Hwy 16
11.4 7.1 137 Avenue At-grade (traffic lights)
12.4 7.7 Anthony Henday Drive (Hwy 216) Flyover
St. Albert 13.0 8.1 Levasseur Road At-grade (traffic lights)
North end of 170 Street • South end of Gervais Road
13.6 8.5 Grange Drive / Gloucester Druve At-grade (traffic lights)
13.9 8.6 St. Albert Trail (Hwy 2) At-grade (traffic lights)
North end of Gervais Road • South end of Hebert Road
14.4 8.9 Arlington Road At-grade (traffic lights)
14.9 9.3 Cunningham Road At-grade (traffic lights)
15.3 9.5 Falstaff Avenue / Akins Drive At-grade (traffic lights)
16.1 10.0 Boudreau Road At-grade (traffic lights)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

Route map: Google

KML is not from Wikidata

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Google (October 26, 2017). "170 Street in Edmonton and St. Albert, Alberta" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved October 26, 2017. 
  2. ^ Alberta Tourism and Small Business (1988). Alberta Official Road Map (Map). Government of Alberta. Edmonton inset. 
  3. ^ "City of Edmonton map utility". Archived from the original on 2009-06-25. Retrieved 2009-06-23.