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Three major highway corridors converge in Red Deer.
The north-south busy expressway linking Calgary and Edmonton as well as several other points north and south including the U.S. border is Highway 2 (Queen Elizabeth 2 Highway and part of the North America Canamex Highway) which runs along the west side of the city. Currently at four lanes, plans are under way to expand it to six lanes.
Highway 2A is a primary 2-lane highway that runs through the city north and south along Gaetz Avenue and is the city's major commercial spine. It also links with the Red Deer Regional Airport.
Both Highways QE2 and 2A link the city with the close communities of Blackfalds and Lacombe northward and Penhold and Innisfail southward.
Highway 11 (the David Thompson Highway) runs east west through Red Deer linking the mountain parks, Rocky Mountain House and Sylvan Lake with eastern Alberta including the Joffre petrochemical plants and Stettler.
Additionally, Highway 11A runs east-west on the north side of the city as an alternate link west to Sylvan Lake and Highway 595 (19 St.) runs east-west on the south side of the city east to Delburne.
The very popular Waskasoo Park with its trail system and feature nodes runs along the Red Deer River through the city centre. The park extends along the river tributaries, Waskasoo and Piper Creeks.

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