Illustrator Map Calgary Canada

Calgary, located in the province of Alberta, Canada, has a well-organized road network with several principal streets and roads that facilitate transportation throughout the city. Here are some of the key streets and roads in Calgary:

  1. Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1): This major east-west highway connects Calgary to other cities in Alberta and extends across the country.
  2. Deerfoot Trail (Highway 2): Deerfoot Trail is a major north-south freeway that runs through the eastern part of Calgary. It is one of the busiest roads in the city and a crucial route for commuters.
  3. Glenmore Trail: Running east-west, Glenmore Trail is an important expressway that connects the southwestern and southeastern parts of the city. It intersects with Deerfoot Trail and provides access to various communities.
  4. Stoney Trail (Highway 201): This ring road encircles the city and provides a connection to different quadrants of Calgary. It is a vital route for commuters traveling around the city.
  5. Crowchild Trail: Crowchild Trail is a significant north-south route that connects the northwest and southwest quadrants of the city. It runs parallel to the Bow River and provides access to the University of Calgary.
  6. MacLeod Trail: Another major north-south route, MacLeod Trail, runs through the city center and provides access to various neighborhoods, commercial areas, and the Chinook Centre shopping mall.
  7. 16th Avenue (Trans-Canada Highway): Often referred to as 16th Ave or the Trans-Canada Highway within the city limits, this route is an east-west corridor that passes through the northern part of Calgary, connecting different communities.
  8. Barlow Trail: Barlow Trail is an important north-south road, particularly in the eastern part of the city. It serves as an industrial corridor and provides access to various businesses and neighborhoods.
  9. Memorial Drive: Running parallel to the Bow River, Memorial Drive is an east-west road that connects the downtown area to the eastern neighborhoods.
  10. 17th Avenue (17th Ave SW): Known for its vibrant atmosphere, 17th Avenue is a popular street with numerous shops, restaurants, and entertainment options. It stretches from the downtown area to the western neighborhoods.
Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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