RCMP re Speeding at 16300 block of 104 avenue and 164th street @ 108th Ave

To: Directors of Fraser Heights Community Association

Dear Ed McIntosh (President)

As per your concern with speed at 16300 block of 104 avenue and 164th street @ 108th Ave, 4 – way stop; Members with Surrey RCMP’s Traffic Community Response Unit (TCRU) attended and conducted enforcement in both locations of concern on separate days at various times. TCRU, also deployed a Black CAT Radar to verify and assess speeds at both locations. Data from the 16300 block of 104 avenue showed that 29.2 % of vehicles had travelled over the posted 50 km/hr speed limit, which resulted in a “Medium” enforcement rating. Members attended on 4 separate occasions and issued 11 violation tickets for speed. (Surrey RCMP File #2023-36107 Refers)

Data from 164 th street @ 108 th avenue-4 way stop had a “Low” enforcement rating for speed, with only 5.1% of vehicles had travelled above the 50 km/hr posted speed limit. However, members attended the location on 4 separate occasions and issued various violation tickets for Disobey stop sign and speed, no insurance, window tint etc. (Surrey RCMP file#2023-36119 Refers).

TCRU will re-visit this location in the future when resources should become available and time permits.

Warm Regards,

Constable Joél SIEMENS

Traffic Community Response Unit (T-CRU)
Surrey RCMP / Government of Canada

Gendarme Joél Siemens

Services de la circulation
Détachement de Surrey de la GRC / Gouvernement du Canada

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