Vision Zero Surrey
See how Surrey is taking a data-driven approach to road safety, because no one should have to grieve the loss of a loved one as a result of our mobility.
Slow Streets Pilot Project
In April 2021, the City of Surrey will begin a speed limit reduction pilot project on local roads in six residential neighbourhoods in Surrey. Speed limits will be reduced to 30 km/h in three of the selected neighbourhoods and to 40 km/h in the others.
Fully-Protected Left Turns
In Surrey, 80% of crashes where someone is killed or seriously injured happen at intersections. That’s why we’re investing in “Fully-Protected” left turn signals. Learn more about fully-protected left turn signals and where to find them in Surrey.
Leading Pedestrian Intervals
Leading Pedestrian Intervals (LPIs) are traffic signal timing features that give pedestrians a head start into the crosswalk before the vehicle green is shown. This allows drivers to see pedestrians more easily and reduces pedestrian-vehicle crashes.
Those Who Remain
These are some of the families who have lost loved ones on our roads. Serious collisions are rising. It's time for Vision Zero Surrey.