Highway 11 Twinning - Functional Planning Study for Alberta Transportation

Alberta Transportation is conducting a planning study to examine twinning the 41-kilometre section of Highway 11 between Highway 22 and Township Road 390 (east of Benalto).

Highway 11 is an important route for the movement of people, goods, and services. It connects national parks and communities with over 5,000 residents, including Red Deer, Sylvan Lake and Rocky Mountain House.

CIMA Canada Inc. (CIMA+) will conduct the functional planning study on behalf of Alberta Transportation.
For more information about the study and public information sessions where you can provide feedback on the alternatives and proposed plans, please visit:

For further information about this planning study or to request a paper copy of the study information, please contact:

René Rosvold, P.Eng.
Deputy Project Manager
CIMA+
Phone: 403-775-0100, ext. 7620
Email: