See traffic conditions at nearly 500 major Surrey intersections with our live traffic cameras, and learn about the Digital Transportation Strategy.
Safer, Smarter Mobility
Surrey’s Traffic Management Centre (TMC) is an important tool the City uses to help provide residents with safer, smarter mobility. It is the most advanced municipal centre of its kind in BC.
Our team of engineers and technologists use artificial intelligence-based technology, including nearly 500 traffic cameras across the City, to make all modes of transportation in Surrey safer and more accessible for everyone.
How It Works
At the TMC, our staff receive automated alerts from traffic signals and sensors throughout Surrey to help us monitor and rapidly respond to delays caused by things like collisions, stalled vehicles, and construction and road work.
Using this data, along with our cameras, we can quickly see where congestion is occurring because of something out of the ordinary. We can then adjust signal timing and broadcast traffic alerts on platforms such as Twitter to improve safety and travel times.
The Traffic Management Centre in Surrey monitors traffic conditions from Monday to Friday between 6:30 am and 6:30 pm.
Report a Traffic Problem
Use our Report a Problem portal to report traffic problems online.
To report safety hazards, call 604-591-4152. Please include exact location when you contact us.
Request Traffic Camera Video Footage
See instructions for Requesting Traffic Camera Video Footage.
Live Monitoring & Traffic Data
Visit our Traffic Data Hub to explore our:
- network of traffic cameras
- current road traffic volumes
- LED streetlight upgrade progress
Advanced Traveller Information System
Surrey’s Advanced Traveller Information System (ATIS) features Dynamic Message Signs that display live travel times on three adjacent corridors to City Centre.
Digital Transportation Strategy
On July 24 2022, Surrey Council endorsed the Digital Transportation Strategy (DTS) - Surrey's Path to a User Focused and Data Centric Intelligent Transportation System.
The DTS identifies a vison and actions to direct Surrey towards a digitally integrated transportation ecosystem where mobility services, sensors, infrastructure, personal devices, and traditional modes are integrated, analyzed, and managed through advanced digital technology.
Read the Digital Transportation Strategy.
Connect with Us
Follow @SurreyTraffic on Twitter for traffic alerts and updates.
To contact the TMC, email EngWebmail@surrey.ca.