Alberta Highway 17
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|Length:||159 km (99 mi)|
|South end:||Saskatchewan Highway 14 near Macklin|
|Saskatchewan Highway 787|
Alberta Highway 14
Saskatchewan Highway 688
Alberta Highway 45
Saskatchewan Highway 3
|North end:||Alberta Highway 641 near Onion Lake|
Highway 17 is a short highway which begins at Onion Lake on the boundary between the Canadian provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan where it proceeds south and crosses the North Saskatchewan River, then crosses Alberta Highway 45 (Saskatchewan Highway 3) before entering Lloydminster, where it crosses the Yellowhead Highway straddling the provincial boundary.
It continues south intersecting with Alberta Highway 619 and before meeting Alberta Highway 14 / Saskatchewan Highway 40. Highway 40 officially changes to Highway 14 for westbound traffic at this intersection and vice versa. It runs concurrently with this highway before turning south on the Alberta side of the border. A short distance later, Highway 17 intersects with Alberta Highway 610 and Saskatchewan Highway 680. At Dillberry Lake Provincial Park the highway crosses into Saskatchewan and ends at Saskatchewan Highway 14 (which is a continuation of Alberta Highway 13) near Macklin, Saskatchewan. The highway is concurrent with Saskatchewan Highway 17 for its entire length.
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