How to Report Road Hazards
Road hazards can be dangerous to drivers if they go unreported. These hazards include pot holes, large cracks in the road, debris in the road, rotting trees hanging over the road and anything else that endanger driving conditions. State and local...
... or even save lives by reporting a car weaving on the freeway - and getting an
intoxicated driver off the road. You may report information anonymously if you
wish; but we would like you to report any suspicious activities or illegal acts to
The 1-800-TELL-CHP telephone number was originally established for the
reporting of vehicle and cargo theft and later expanded for the Farm Labor
If it's affecting traffic or is an actual hazard, call 9-1-1 and inform the dispatcher of
its rough ... Does the road test make you drive on the freeway? How are lanes ...
Report a Road Hazard. The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition knows the
importance of smooth and safe pavement for bicycling. We are asking our
Reporting Road Hazards. Please note that ODOT and local juridictions are now
officially receiving safety reports but not crash reports. For crash reports ...
Do you need to report an emergency in progress? Dial 911 immediately.
Roadway hazards such as potholes, road debris, missing or fallen signs and ...
Report road hazards you encounter on your travels. Whether it's those life-size
potholes that appear from nowhere, the train tracks that have become so uneven
Reporting a Road Hazard. In the case of a serious or life-threatening situation,
call 911. To report a problem with condition of a road, bridge, traffic sign, ...