Video: Red Deer County Junction 42

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Red Deer County has created a video to show the new development opportunities along the Queen Elizabeth 2 Highway and Highway 42.  “Junction 42”, only four minutes south of Gasoline Alley at the Highway 2 & 42 interchange, is the next major commercial hub on the QE2 corridor. Red Deer County has spent several years ensuring that all required legislation is in place, and some amazing development is underway in this prime location.

The 250 acre Junction 42 project will serve commercial, agricultural, and commuter traffic. This strategic location allows for businesses to connect to the world with easy access to major international air, rail and ground transportation routes. The Red Deer Airport is conveniently located just 15 kms from Junction 42, and both the Calgary and Edmonton International Airports are easily accessible within 1 hour.

Phase One development will feature a Travel Service Centre that includes the Province of Alberta and Red Deer County’s jointly funded ‘Partner Rest Area’ which is a freight truck and recreation vehicle parking rest stop. Phase One also includes a bulk fuel cardlock, gasoline and electric vehicle service station, and several fast service restaurants to serve the travelling public.

This video will be used to promote the growth along the QE2 corridor and to encourage future opportunities and development in this area and to create a much needed stop and rest area for highway travellers.

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