44 datasets found for "transportation"

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  • Transportation Package

    This dataset contains features which are a part of the City of Surrey transportation network. This includes road centrelines, curbs, medians, paths, trails, sidewalks and bike...
  • Active Transportation Infrastructure

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

    Linear representations of no-post guardrails, guardrails, safety barriers, handrails and fencing located on transportation assets.
  • 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...
  • Road Edges

    Pavement edges, curbed or uncurbed. Data digitzed by McElhanney from annual air photograph flown in April.
  • Bike Routes

    This dataset contains City of Surrey bike routes including shoulders, shared traffic, multi-use pathways, local roads, neighbourhood bike routes and sidewalks. View in COSMOS
  • Transit

    This dataset contains public transit data including skytrain guideways, transit routes and transit stops. View in COSMOS
  • 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...
  • Traffic Loop Count (BETA)

    This dataset contains 2 web services which can be used to download the locations of City of Surrey traffic loops and the traffic loop counts. Traffic Loops web service accepts a...
  • Community Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    Buildings and transportation are two major sources of community greenhouse gas emissions that can have far-reaching and unpredictable environmental and economic consequences....
  • Official Community Plan Designations

    General land use designations for all areas of Surrey as delineated by the Official Community Plan (By-law 18020), as amended. Land use designations provide guidance on the...
  • Frequent Transit Development Areas

    Frequent transit development areas are additional priority locations (outside of urban centres) that will accommodate concentrated growth in higher density forms of development....
  • Curbs

    A representation of curb types at road edges. Curb types include barrier, rollover, extruded and pavement edge.
  • 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....
  • 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....
  • Railway Crossings

    This layer shows the location of railway crossings within the city.
  • Poles

    A point feature representing Light, Signal and Utility poles. View in COSMOS
  • Sidewalks

    A linear representation of the centreline of sidewalks. View in COSMOS
  • Walking Routes

    Recreation walking routes in communities around Surrey.
  • Alternate Fueling Stations

    Provides location and information on alternate fueling stations such as electric vehicle charging stations, compressed natural gas filling stations and hydrogen fuelling...
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