24 Hour Hotline
Mainroad maintains a 24 hour hotline in each of our service areas. These hotlines are not a substitute for 911. If you encounter a road situation that requires the attention of police, fire or ambulance, please call 911 first. We encourage the public to report changing road conditions or emergency situations that could cause a hazard to the driving public such as:
- animal carcass
- drainage or flooding problems
- fallen trees
- highway or bridge damage
- pavement marking
- road debris
- sign damage
- snow and ice
Click on the areas below to view more details and area maps.
Lower Mainland: 604-271-0337
- Port Mann Bridge/Hwy. 1 between Cassiar Tunnel and 264th St.;
- Highway 91 and 91A;
- Highway 99: between Oak Street Bridge and the US Border;
- Highway 10: Hwy. 91 to Hwy. 10
- Highway 13: between Highway 1 and the US Border;
- Highway 15: between Highway 1 and the US Border;
- Highway 17: Highway 17A to BC Ferries Causeway
- Highway 17A: Highway 99 to Highway 17;
- Lougheed Highway: between Highway 1 and Ruskin;
- 8th Avenue: Highway 15 to Highway 99;
- Main Arterial Routes at UBC;
- Barnston Island.
Fraser Valley: 1-800-667-5122
- **Note: Fraser Valley beyond 264th is maintained by Emil Anderson.
South Fraser Perimeter Road Highway 17: 604-271-0337
- between Tsawwassen and 176th Street
Mid Vancouver Island: 1-877-215-6006
South Vancouver Island: 1-877-391-7310
North Vancouver Island: 1-877-215-7122
East Kootenays: 1-800-665-4929
Howe Sound: 1-866-918-1010
Effective November 1, 2018, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure’s Howe Sound Service Area 4 is maintained by Miller Capilano. Please contact Miller Capilano toll free at 1-866-918-1010
- Lions Gate Bridge
- Stanley Park Causeway
- TransCanada Highway #1 from Vancouver
- Just east of the Cassiar Tunnel to Horseshoe Bay
- Highway 99 from Function Junction to Duffy Lake
- Support roads around Pemberton and Mount Currie.
Sea To Sky Highway & Golden Ears Bridge: 1-866-918-1010
- **Note: Sea to Sky Highway and Golden Ears Bridge is maintained by Miller Capilano.
Other BC Highway Maintenance Contractors Public Contact Numbers
Report a Problem:
If you see a problem on a BC Highway that could be hazardous to other motorists, immediately report it to the Highway Maintenance Contractor in the area. Please be ready to provide a clear description of the problem, and location of the hazard. Visit the B.C. Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure Service Area Maps for the Highway Maintenance Contractor’s contact information. On Twitter? Tweet your concerns to @DriveBC.