WALKit Web Map
Take time out this summer to explore new pedestrian routes in your neighbourhood.
Use the web map to get a detailed overview of pedestrian routes across Surrey, including routes that are age friendly. Plan your preferred route and enjoy a stroll outdoors. You can meet new people, get some fresh air and exercise.
How to Use the Map
Use the "Search" tool to find a particular location in your neighbourhood, like a park or a recreation centre, or hover over purple pins on the map to explore places of interest.
Use the “Layers” tab to view the different features on the map like pedestrian signs or age-friendly pedestrian routes. You can toggle on or off the different icons to customize your view. Use the “Legends” tab for information about the content of the map.
Zoom in or out to see more or less map detail including bus stops, signals, crosswalks, etc.
Use the “Find My Location” button to pinpoint your current location.
Use the aerial image icon in the lower-left side of the map to toggle between map view and aerial image view.
Watch a Live Demo
Join City of Surrey staff for a live demonstration of the brand new WALKit web map. This webinar will show you how to use the map and potential routes you can take to walk around your neighbourhood/community. The tool can be accessed on your computer, smartphone or iPad.
September 9, 11am-12pm
Course ID: 00110447
September 14, 1pm-2pm
Course ID: 00110448
Leave Feedback About Your Walking Route
Leave feedback about your walking experience and report a problem if your walk was not satisfactory. Click on the arrow button on the left side of the screen to view the feedback form. Your feedback could help prioritize future route improvements.
About this Project
This project is made possible through the Surrey Intercultural Senior Social Inclusion Partnership Network (SISSIPN) a collective impact initiative funded by the Employment and Social Development Canada under the New Horizons for Seniors Program and includes six organizations: Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS); City of Surrey, Seniors Come Share Society; SOURCES BC; Semiahmoo House Society; and Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA).