The Red Deer Region is in Central Alberta, Canada located almost midway between Calgary and Edmonton within the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor. The Region is located in the Parkland, a region of rolling hills focused on oil, grain and cattle production.
Red Deer County is located along Alberta Highway #2 which connects to many of Alberta's major roadways including Highways #1 and #16 running east/west, David Thompson Highway #11 running east/west and Highway #12 and #9 running eastbound to Saskatchewan. The Region's location at the crossroads of major air, rail and ground transportation routes offer a range of choices for shipping goods and purchasing supplies.
Red Deer Regional Airport is 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) southwest of the City of Red Deer and is primarily used for commercial charter flights, recreational use and training as well as regularly scheduled connector passenger service.
Edmonton International Airport is located 120 kilometers (75 miles) north of Red Deer and Calgary International Airport is 140 kilometers (87 miles) to the south. Both airports offer daily flights to all major Canadian and United States destinations with connections to Europe and the Pacific Rim.
The area's trucking routes are conducive to doing business comfortably and efficiently and rail transport is provided by Canadian National (CN) and Canadian Pacific (CP).
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