SURREY RCMP are reminding the public to slow down and obey posted speed limits after recent enforcement near Port Kells Park.
On August 12, Surrey RCMP Traffic Services assisted ICBC with speed enforcement in a 30 km/h zone near Port Kells Park, an area frequented by families and children. Police were in the area for two hours and in that short time issued 41 violation tickets. One impaired driver was taken off the streets through a 90-day Immediate Roadside Prohibition and a 30-day vehicle impound.
“Our ultimate goal is to keep members of our community safe,” said Sgt. David Chu of Surrey RCMP Traffic Services. “Surrey RCMP and ICBC work in partnership to educate the public on road safety and conduct enforcement in order to change unsafe driving behaviors.”
If you have concerns about speeding or other dangerous driving activity in your neighbourhood, call Surrey RCMP’s non-emergency number to report at 604-599-0502 or report online through this website: https://ocre-sielc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/surrey/en