IF YOU ARE INQUIRING REGARDING THE RECENT SIGNAL CHANGES AT THE ALASKA HIGHWAY AND ROBERT SERVICE WAY/SOUTH ACCESS INTERSECTION, PLEASE CONTACT THE YUKON GOVERNMENT - HIGHWAYS AND PUBLIC WORKS:
Report a concern or request with regards to traffic and road safety
Please use the form below to report any traffic or road safety concerns or requests you may have. The more specific and detailed the information that is provided, the better the City is able to understand the submission.
Please note that if your report or request relates to speeding, the RCMP should be your first point of contact as they handle speeding enforcement and violation matters.
What is the process?
Submissions are reviewed by the Street Sign and Traffic Committee, a technical working group comprised of subject matter experts and representatives from the City of Whitehorse, the Government of Yukon and the RCMP.
The process of reviewing report or request submissions can take time and is dependent upon the nature and complexity of the request, timing of meetings and availability of resources. A typical response time is approximately 6 weeks. Resolution to each report or request is contingent on available resources and administrative budgets.
Note that identical or similar reports or requests by different members of the same community (such as a community or neighborhood association) will be reviewed as one report or request and the Committee will only issue one response. Repeat reports or requests will not be reviewed a second time unless there is substantial and material change.
Do you have questions about our process or difficulty filling out this form? Please contact the Street Sign and Traffic Committee at (867) 668-8305 or email@example.com.
The City of Whitehorse is committed to developing a safe, equitable, sustainable, and optimized transportation network that serves citizens of all ages, abilities and modes including walking, cycling, transit, driving, goods movement, and emergency response. We thank you for bringing forward your concerns with the City.