Surrey ranked 75 of 78 counties.

Serious and fatal crashes in the county increased by 20% between 2010-12 and 2013-15, with road safety performance falling behind Britain as a whole.

Unless improved, Surrey will fail to meet international targets to halve road deaths within a decade.

Persistently higher risk roads


From the A240/B291 junction the A2022 (ending at Woodmansterne Lane)

8 serious crashes between 2013 and 2015

0 fatal


From the A3 north of Cobham to the M25, junction 9 (Leatherhead)

12 serious crashes between 2013 and 2015

1 fatal


From the A25 in Merrow to the A24 in Dorking

19 serious crashes between 2013 and 2015

2 fatal


From the A317/B373 junction to B3379/A309 junction

14 serious crashes between 2013 and 2015

0 fatal

Improved roads


from the A3 Milford junction to St Catherine's Hill on the A3100

73% reduction in serious crashes

Number of crashes


9,724 Slight


1,809 Serious


80 Fatal


Cost of crashes


Annual total



Per resident


Risk rating

  • Low risk roads
  • Low-medium risk roads
  • Medium risk roads
  • Medium-high risk roads
  • High risk roads
  • Motorway
  • Single and dual carriageway
  • Unrated roads
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