British Columbia Highway 95A
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Highway 95A, the Kimberley Highway, is a 55 km (34 mi) long alternate route to Highway 95 that passes through the city of Kimberley and the community of Ta Ta Creek. The highway was created in 1968, when Highway 95 was re-routed from Highway 95A's current route to a path through the Fort Steele area.
|Length||55 km (34 mi)|
|South end||Hwy 3 / Hwy 95 in Cranbrook|
|North end||Hwy 93 / Hwy 95 at Wasa Junction|
|Major cities||Cranbrook, Kimberley|
|British Columbia provincial highways
For south to north. The entire route is in the Regional District of East Kootenay.
|Cranbrook||0.00||0.00||Hwy 3 / Hwy 95 – Fernie, Cranbrook, USA Border||Cranbrook Interchange|
|||8.39||5.21||Airport Access Road – Airport|
|Kimberley||27.70||17.21||Wallinger Avenue, Ross Street – Kimberley Alpine Resort||Hwy 95A branches east|
|||55.48||34.47||Hwy 93 / Hwy 95 – Invermere, Radium Hot Springs, Wasa, Fort Steele||Through traffic follows Hwy 93 north / Hwy 95 north|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
The McPhee Bridge, also known as the St. Mary's Bridge, rises high above the St. Mary River and is near the Canadian Rockies International Airport and the Shadow Mountain Golf Community. The bridge is used by over 12,000 people each day to travel between Cranbrook and Kimberley. It is right on the city boundary of northwest Cranbrook. The present Bridge was opened in 1980.
Hwy 95A in downtown Kimberley.
- Landmark Kilometre Inventory (PDF). British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (Report). Cypher Consulting. July 2016. pp. 469–472.
- "McPhee Bridge". Structurae. Retrieved 19 January 2018.