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  • Vehicular Bridges

    A point feature representing all vehicular bridges in the City of Surrey. Notable attributes include construction type and the presence and material of sidewalks and tire...
  • Transit Accessibility

    An accessible transit system should be designed to be convenient, comfortable, and easy to use for everyone, including the elderly and those with different physical abilities....
  • Traffic Volumes

    This table provides 2009 Traffic Volumes on major roads in Surrey. Traffic volumes displayed represent the average 24 hour volumes in both directions for a typical weekday....
  • Traffic Counts July 2013

    This table shows the 2013 hourly volume data at 16 permanent volume count stations along arterial roads. The volumes are for the month of July and are listed hourly for weekdays...
  • Traffic Counts 2013

    Traffic Counts are captured from 16 permanent volume count stations along arterial roads. Traffic counts are listed for both weekdays and weekends and are summarized on an...
  • Traffic Counts 2014

    Traffic Counts are captured from 16 permanent volume count stations along arterial roads. Traffic counts are listed for both weekdays and weekends and are summarized on an...
  • Traffic Counts April 2013

    This table shows the 2013 hourly volume data at 16 permanent volume count stations along arterial roads. The volumes are for the month of April and are listed hourly for...
  • Traffic Cameras

    Identifies the location of more than 120 major signalized intersections in the Surrey. Using the weblinks provided, you can see up-to-the minute traffic in the city. For...
  • Traffic Calming

    A point feature representing devices used to control the flow of traffic. Speed humps are rounded raised areas of asphalt on the roadway that are usually 80mm in height. They...
  • Railway Crossings

    This layer shows the location of railway crossings within the city.
  • Poles

    A point feature representing Light, Signal and Utility poles.
  • Place of Work

    Compact and complete communities provide opportunities for residents to work close to home. Local jobs can make walking, cycling and taking transit to work more attractive...
  • Pay Parking Stations

    Provides the location of on-street pay parking in Surrey along with the parking rates for each station. For further information please visit the City of Surrey [Pay Parking...
  • Mode of Travel to Work

    Transportation accounts for a large portion of greenhouse gas emissions in the province, with vehicles also contributing to traffic congestion, local air pollution and smog....
  • Density on Transit Corridors

    Locating residential and commercial developments adjacent to transit corridors helps to increase transit ridership and support better transit service. Transit-oriented...
  • Car Ownership

    Driving a vehicle consumes more fuel and emits more greenhouse gases than other modes of transportation such as taking transit, biking, and walking. There is a clear link...
  • Alternate Fueling Stations

    Provides location and information on alternate fueling stations such as electric vehicle charging stations, compressed natural gas filling stations and hydrogen fuelling...
  • Active Transportation Infrastructure

    Greenways, pathways, and separated bicycle lanes provide convenient and safe connections throughout the City. As active transportation routes, they complement existing...