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TransLink begins final consultations for Pattullo bridge replacement

October 4, 2016 |

After almost a decade of study, TransLink is nearing the finish line on the Pattullo Bridge replacement project. Now scheduled to open in 2023, the four-lane (expandable to six) bridge will resolve long standing safety and integrity issues with the … Read More

City builds safe cycling route across Fraser Heights

May 18, 2016 |


The City and TransLink will be cost-sharing a $1.2 million investment in safe cycling infrastructure to build the Fraser Heights Greenway. With recent construction of pathways near the Port Mann Bridge and near the Tynehead Pedestrian Overpass, this new funding … Read More

Phototour: Downtown Surrey’s separated bike lane

November 26, 2015 |

As we reported back in the summer, the City has been building its first physically-separated, on-street bike lane on 105A Ave in the Downtown. While the project appears to still need some finishing touches, the majority of the construction is … Read More

City building first separated bike lane downtown

July 13, 2015 |

The first on-street separated bike lane in Downtown Surrey will be arriving this Fall, thanks to $210,000 in cost-shared funding from the provincial government.

Along 105A Ave, between University Drive and Whalley Boulevard, this new east-west cycling connection will also … Read More

Fraser Hwy widening set to expand Green Timbers

May 27, 2015 |

Over the past decade, the City and TransLink have invested tens of millions in the four-laning of Fraser Highway from Downtown Surrey to Langley, yet one final choke point remains through Green Timbers. While expansion of Fraser Highway through the … Read More

Feds, province say Yes to transit. Will we?

April 24, 2015 |

With the federal budget released, Ottawa has announced a new, dedicated fund of $1 billion per year for public transit in Canada’s big cities. According to finance officials, this new fund is expected to cover the one-third federal contribution to … Read More

Stalled Fleetwood Greenway re-started

April 21, 2015 |

Back in 2012, when the City was undertaking an ambitious construction program of greenways (multi-use pathways), progress in Fleetwood was halted when a group of neighbours raised concerns. The greenway, which would travel through a pipeline corridor, much like it … Read More

How a Yes vote will be Christy Clark’s victory

March 2, 2015 |

Say what you will about Premier Christy Clark, but she seems to have a knack for pulling a victory out of imminent collapse. In the 2013 provincial election, she surprised everyone when she secured the Liberals’ fourth straight majority against a … Read More