Open Government Program

All Resources

Search a listing of Government of Alberta open datasets and publications. Can’t find what you are looking for? Suggest a resource.

13 results

Tags: divided highways

Views: 3
Updated

November 8, 2019

Description

The 2019 provincial construction program includes: major capital projects scheduled for the next four years, to 2022-2023; capital maintenance and renewal (bridge construction and highway rehabilitation) projects scheduled for the next three years, to 2021-2022; water management infrastructure...


Views: 79
Updated

January 25, 2019

Description

This Design Bulletin is to provide guidelines for the utilization of Median Acceleration Lanes (MAL) on divided highways under Alberta Transportation’s jurisdiction.


Views: 905
Updated

June 12, 2018

Description

The 2018 Construction Program includes: - Major capital projects scheduled over the next five years (2018-19 to 2022-23); - Capital maintenance and renewal (bridge construction and highway rehabilitation) projects schedule over the next three years (2018-19 to 2020-21); and - Slide repair...


Views: 31
Updated

December 3, 2012

Description

This bulletin is issued to inform practitioners and department staff of the department's recommended practice for the standard use of oversize signs on high-speed multi-lane divided highways.


Views: 67
Updated

February 28, 2012

Description

This design Bulletin supersedes Design Bulletin 33 issued in February 2006 and its amendment isuued in March 2008.


Views: 200
Updated

September 1, 2010

Description

This manual is intended to establish uniform standards and procedures to use when preparing various drawings for Alberta Transportation projects. The uses for and the contents of the various drawings are described and, in most cases, illustrated by examples.


Views: 56
Updated

June 1, 2010

Description

This bulletin is issued to inform practitioners of the department's revised guidelines on the centerline to centerline spacing for new rural divided highway cross section. Where land is considered to be of lower value (not suitable for cultivation or grazing) the use of a wider median (55m or...


Views: 72
Updated

March 30, 2010

Description

This Bulletin is issued to provide guidance to planners and designers regarding the spacing, placement, signing and geometric details of median crossovers on rural divided highways in Alberta. There is a need to consider roadside safety, highway operations, access management, access by emergency...


Views: 81
Updated

March 4, 2010

Description

This Design Bulletin is being issued as an amendment to Chapter B.5.3.1 – Climbing Lane Warrants for Two Lane Undivided Highways and Chapter B.5.3.2 – Climbing Lane Warrants for Four Lane Divided Highways of the Alberta Transportation Highway Geometric Design Guide 1995, Updated 1999. The...


Views: 588
Updated

January 5, 2007

Description

Alberta Transportation and Utilities adopted a policy document on lane width in 1989. A review of current practices was undertaken, and this design bulletin from 2007 updates the lane recommendations from the 1989 document based on the findings of the review.