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  • 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....
  • 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...
  • Active Transportation Infrastructure

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

    Identifies the location of more than 360 major signalized intersections in the Surrey. Using the weblinks provided, you can see up-to-the minute traffic in the city. For...
  • 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...
  • Traffic Signals

    This feature class consists of a point representing each type of traffic signal used to control the right of way for pedestrian or vehicular traffic flow.
  • 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.
  • 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...
  • 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....