Surrey, BC – At next Monday’s Regular Council Meeting (June 24), Surrey City Council will consider $4.47M in contracts for a variety of road improvement projects throughout the city.

“Road safety is a top priority for our council, and we are committed to investing in infrastructure that protects the well-being of our residents,” said Mayor Brenda Locke. “These projects demonstrate our dedication to creating safer and more accessible roads for all users, from pedestrians to drivers. Over the next four years, we are investing $300M in transportation improvements. We’re proud to be taking proactive steps to ensure our city’s roads are equipped to handle the growing demands of our community.”

Council will be considering a $772,000 contract with Crown Contracting Ltd. for new sidewalks and a pedestrian crossing along 14 Avenue between King George Boulevard and 161B Street, near South Meridian Elementary School, and new sidewalks along the south side of 84 Avenue between King Creek and 140 Street.

On Monday, Council will also consider a $3.7M contract for All Roads Construction Ltd. for intersection safety intersection safety improvements involving a new roundabout, two new traffic circles, and improvements to an existing traffic circle. The projects are as follows:

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