In British Columbia, highway maintenance and repairs are provided by local highway maintenance companies contracted by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure. They monitor our highways and bridges for problems that could cause a hazard to the driving public such as debris, dead animals, fallen trees, defective signs, bridge damage, potholes, flooding, washouts, mudslides, avalanches, snow and ice.
If you see a problem on the highway that could be hazardous to other drivers, immediately report it to the Highway Maintenance Contractor in the area where the problem occurs. Please be ready to provide a clear description of the problem, and accurate location information.
The Report a Highway Problem application has been developed to make it easier to locate the contact information to report a highway problem.