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Alberta Provincial Highway No. 595, also known as Highway 595, is a short highway in the province of Alberta, Canada. It runs west–east from Gaetz Avenue (Highway 2A) along 19 Street, along the southern edge of the Red Deer River valley, to Highway 21 approximately five kilometres (3 mi) north of the village of Delburne.[2] It is also known as Delburne Road and "The Coal Trail" deriving from the route being used to access the Coal mines near Delburne from Red Deer in the early 1900s and is about 38 kilometres (24 mi) long.[1]

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Highway 595
Delburne Road
Route information
Maintained by City of Red Deer & Alberta Transportation
Length38 km[1] (24 mi)
Major junctions
West end Hwy 2 / Hwy 2A in Red Deer
East end Hwy 21 near Delburne
and rural
Red Deer County
Major citiesRed Deer
Highway system
Provincial highways in Alberta
Hwy 594Hwy 597

Prior to the completion of Highway 11 in the early 1990s, Highway 595 was Red Deer's main eastern approach.[3][4] Highway 595 used to extended 5.7 kilometres (3.5 mi) east of its current eastern terminus at Range Road 231, but when Highway 21 was realigned to bypass Delburne in the 1980s, the section became part of Highway 21.[3][4]

Major intersectionsEdit

Starting from the west end of Highway 595:

City of Red Deer−0.5−0.31  To Hwy 2 north – Edmonton
  Taylor Drive (Hwy 2A south)
Alternate access to Hwy 2 south via Hwy 2A
0.00.0  Gaetz Avenue (Hwy 2A north) – City Centre
  To Hwy 2 south – Calgary
Western terminus
3.32.130 AvenueConnection to Hwy 11
Red Deer County14.79.1  Hwy 808 north
21.113.1  Hwy 816 south – Pine Lake
38.223.7  Hwy 21 south – Delburne, Three HillsEastern terminus; becomes Hwy 21
Hwy 921 north (proposed)ROW to proposed Red Deer River crossing[2]
43.927.3  Hwy 21 north / Range Road 231 – Bashaw, CamroseFormer eastern terminus[3]
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Closed/former
  •       Unopened


  1. ^ a b c Google (March 16, 2018). "Highway 595 in Alberta" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved March 16, 2018.
  2. ^ a b 2017 Provincial Highways 500 - 986 Progress Chart (PDF) (Map). Alberta Transportation. March 2017. Retrieved March 16, 2018.
  3. ^ a b c Travel Alberta (1980). Alberta Official Road Map (Map) (1980/1981 ed.). Province of Alberta. §§ K-5, K-6.
  4. ^ a b Alberta Tourism (1990). Alberta Official Road Map (Map) (1990 ed.). Province of Alberta. §§ K-5, K-6.