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Approach to DSSG railway bridge to DSSG railway bridgeDelta South Surrey Regional Greenway is only partially complete. Phase I opened in 2010
Cycling the greenway the greenwayThe Delta South Surrey Greenway is used by cyclists as a commuting route and as a great place for a casual bike ride.
Fireweed, a native plant species used by bumblebees and butterflies, grows alongside the Delta South Surrey Regional Greenway.
Tree lined connector lined connectorSome portions of the Delta South Surrey Regional Greenway are lush with trees, shrubs and wildflowers.
Wildflowers line the trail line the trailWildflowers line the trail along the Delta South Surrey Greenway





Delta-South Surrey Regional GreenwayDelta-South Surrey Regional Greenway-122.91908949.116354







Temporary Trail Closure<div class="ExternalClassD8F7009A1CA64179BD81B6CE9C0C1B81"><p>A section of trail, between Hwy 10 and 64th Ave, has been closed until further notice due to flooding. Please plan alternate routes and follow posted safety signs.</p></div>True
Trail Improvements<div class="ExternalClass4816E2C2294F45F699F1315DAF620343"><p>​Work is scheduled to start early November on sections between Colebrook Rd and 64 Ave and is expected to take about two months. The route will remain open but visitors should expect delays and to encounter crews and equipment along the trail. This project includes upgrades to trail access, fencing and surface materials. For more information, call 604-520-6442.</p></div>True





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