A topical view of a person in a crosswalk during rainfall

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.

Four green lights, one with an arrow

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.

A crosswalk under the skytrain line

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.