Want to know where to keep your eyes peeled on the road? We found the most accident-prone intersections in Surrey so we know where to stay alert.
ICBC has a variety of statistics available online for the public to see on accidents and collisions all around BC.
We took a look at the ICBC data for Surrey and mapped the 10 most dangerous places to drive based on the number of crashes that occurred between 2016 and 2020.
- 88 Avenue and King George Boulevard turning lane – 991 crashes
- Port Mann Bridge (North Side) – 953 crashes
- 72 Avenue and King George Boulevard turning lane – 783 crashes
- 120 Street and 72 Avenue – 764 crashes
- Port Mann Bridge (South Side)– 724 crashes
- 64 Avenue and King George Boulevard turning lane – 675 crashes
- Pattullo Bridge – 673 crashes
- 88 Avenue and Fraser Highway turning lane – 637 crashes
- 176 Street and Fraser Highway – 635 crashes
- 152 Street and Fraser Highway turning lane – 631 crashes
As speed-related crashes have been on the rise, ICBC cautioned drivers that an average of “141 speed-related crashes causing injury or death occur every month now through summer.”
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“Speeding remains the leading cause of car crash fatalities in BC with eight people, on average, killed in crashes involving speed every month from May through September,” wrote ICBC in a release from May 3, 2022.
So drive within the speed limit and use caution at intersections where you know plenty of accidents have already happened.
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