Highway 16 is a highway in British Columbia, Canada. It is an important section of the Yellowhead Highway, a part of the Trans-Canada Highway that runs across Western Canada. The highway closely follows the path of the northern B.C. alignment of the Canadian National Railway.
The Yellowhead / Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 16) starts on Haida Gwaii. After a ferry ride to the mainland, it runs from Prince Rupert through Smithers and Prince George, and then meets the Alberta border at Yellowhead Pass. The Lougheed Highway (Highway 7) is a major alternate route that runs from Vancouver to Hope, north of the Fraser River.
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Der Highway 16 ist eine Fernstraße in British Columbia und Teil der nördlichen Route des Trans-Canada-Highway-Systems. Er ist 1347 km lang und besteht aus Abschnitten: dem Queen Charlotte Highway, der auf der Inselgruppe Haida Gwaii verläuft, und dem Yellowhead Highway, der auf dem Festland von Prince Rupert bis an die Landesgrenze von British Columbia zu Alberta am Jasper ...
British Columbia Highway 1 is part of the British Columbia section of the Trans-Canada Highway. It is 1,039 kilometers (646 miles) long across the southern part of British Columbia, including the part covered by ferries. The highway starts near the provincial border with Alberta near Kicking Horse Pass, passign through the town of Field.
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