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Phototour: Newton Reservoir Park: As we reported several months back, the City has built a new park in the heart of Newton. The design is meant to help regulate flows into Hyland Creek and act as a stormwater detention pond. The City has built ... Read More
Phototour: Downtown Surrey’s separated bike lane: 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: 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
Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT should be removed from 10-Year Vision: IMMEDIATE RELEASE – January 11, 2018 In an open letter penned by our campaign chair, SkyTrain for Surrey has requested the incoming Mayors’ Council Chair – Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan – to remove the Surrey-Newton-Guildford Light Rail Transit (SNG LRT) line from the Mayors’ Council’s 10-Year Vis...
Letter to Mayors’ Council Chair, Derek Corrigan (Jan 9, 2018): SkyTrain for Surrey’s campaign chair and founding director has penned a letter to Burnaby Mayor Derek Corrigan, the incoming Chair of the Metro Vancouver Regional Mayors’ Council on Transportation. SkyTrain for Surrey is strongly urging Mayor Corrigan and the Mayors’ Council to consider the remov...
Eight things to know about Surrey LRT: While certain groups in the community are certainly entitled to believe that the "excitement is building" for the Surrey-Newton-Guildford LRT project, we here at SkyTrain for Surrey have observed that opposition to this Light Rail project is in fact rapidly growing. So far, nearly 3,500 people...
Battleground Surrey: Rasode is in, race is set to start: Following months of speculations, expectations and explorations City of Surrey Independent Councillor Barinder Rasode is in mayoral race. Rasode is coming in as vocal representative of the community especially on issues of public safety, transparency and domestic abuse and those will be her key a...
Battleground Surrey: Political will and reforms needed to fix problems: As Surrey approaches one of the most important elections in last few decades media, commentators and general public are highly concentrated on search for a solution of numerous problems facing city’s transformation from suburban to urban. Top of the list is reserved for issues of crime, transport...
The Health and Technology District – Putting Surrey on the International Map: From School to World Renowned Research Jobs all in the same city – Surrey, B.C. Canada is the place to be. The Health and Technology District is one of BC’s most rapidly growing and dynamic new health tech sector located in Surrey’s emerging innovation ecosystem.  The District includes a series o...

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