Provincial and Regional Highways
Provincial and regional highways primarily serve regional and longer-distance traffic. These highways play an important role in the overall transportation network for the region.
The operation and maintenance of provincial highways, including interchanges and intersections with City roads, fall under the jurisdiction of the provincial Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (Website. New Window).
Capital construction is funded by the Province, with the City paying for urban features such as sidewalks, curbs, streetlights, and ditch infill. Surrey also provides cost-sharing for portions of highway interchanges and overpasses.
Provincial highways in Surrey:
- Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway)
- Port Mann / Highway 1 Improvement Project (Website. New Window)
- Highway 10
- Highway 15 (Pacific Highway)
- Highway 17
- South Fraser Perimeter Road Project (Website. New Window)
- Highway 99
- 8 Avenue between King George Boulevard and Highway 15
The operation, maintenance, and capital construction of regional highways, including interchanges and intersections with City roads, fall under the jurisdiction of TransLink (Website. New Window).
Regional highways in Surrey:
- Golden Ears Way
- Pattullo Bridge
Contact us by email at email@example.com or by telephone at 604-591-4853 if you have any questions or would like more information on provincial and regional highways in Surrey.