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TransLink funding goes towards Surrey improvements

DCN-JOC News Services
TransLink funding goes towards Surrey improvements
CITY OF SURREY — Crews work on road improvements in Surrey. The city is receiving $11 million to go towards transit infrastructure improvements.

SURREY, B.C. Transit improvement projects in Surrey are going full speed ahead thanks to $11 million in funding.

The city is getting funds through TransLink’s Municipal Funding Program, which supports maintaining, upgrading and building new transportation infrastructure throughout Metro Vancouver. Seven Surrey projects are being supported through the fund, from building cycling tracks and multi-use paths to constructing sidewalks and widening roads.

“I am pleased to see road network upgrades being supported in Surrey through the municipal funding program,” said Mayor Doug McCallum in a press release. “It is essential we keep our roads in good working order to ensure our network moves smoothly for our citizens. Whether it’s driving, taking transit, walking or biking, these upgrades will support healthy lifestyles and green travel options. At a time when the environment and global warming are at the forefront, the need to provide individuals the opportunity to get out of their vehicles and have access to sustainable transportation infrastructure has never been greater.”

The municipal funding program investment will go toward several projects in Surrey, including:

  • 100 Avenue Cycle Track Projects – $1,564,200
  • 140 Street Cycle Track – $941,800 
  • 152 Street and 104 Avenue Intersection Improvements – $750,000
  • 152 Street Bus Lane: 96 to 98 Avenue – $750,000
  • 152 Street Road Upgrades and Raising – $5,912,000
  • 96 Avenue Collector Road Improvements (north side) – $690,000
  • Surrey Whalley Boulevard Quick-Build: 105A Avenue to Grosvenor Road – $317,000

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