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Here’s The Vancouver Intersections With The Most Pedestrian-Involved Accidents

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While Metro Vancouver may sometimes be prone to accidents, there are some intersections that are worse than others.

ICBC recently published data, showing which intersections have more pedestrian-involved collisions than others.

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The auto insurer compiled crash data from 2015-2019 and then filtered it into different categories.


According to the new statistics, these are the intersections with the most collisions:

  1. East Hastings and Main streets – Vancouver (32 crashes)
  2. 104 Avenue and King George Boulevard – Surrey (23)
  3. 120 Street and 72 Avenue – Surrey and Delta (23)
  4. Kingsway and Victoria Drive – Vancouver (22)
  5. Lougheed Highway and North Road – Burnaby and Coquitlam (21)
  6. 128 Street and 96 Avenue – Surrey (19); Granville Avenue and No. 3 Road – Richmond (19)
  7. Abbott and West Hastings streets – Vancouver (18); Cambie Street and West 41st Avenue – Vancouver (18); 104 Avenue and 152 Street – Surrey (18); Main Street and Terminal Avenue – Vancouver (18)
  8. Burrard and Davie streets – Vancouver(17); 96 Avenue and King George Boulevard – Surrey (17); Lougheed Highway and Westwood Street – Coqutilam and Port Coquitlam (17)
  9. Burrard and Robson streets – Vancouver (15); Burrard and Smithe streets – Vancouver (15); Cambie Street and West Broadway – Vancouver (15)
  10. Commercial Drive and East Broadway – Vancouver (14); East 49th Avenue and Fraser Street – Vancouver (14)

In order to help the situation, B.C. recently set up 35 intersection safety cameras to ensure people keep to the speed limits.

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