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You can report road issues via email, phone, or text message. Staff will use this information to investigate concerns and dispatch crews as needed. Report provincial road issues via text message by texting the information, photo and/or video to your county road issues text line., Kings County , (...
Islanders can now easily report broken traffic lights, broken pavement, problems with the Confederation Trail, and plowing/sanding issues to government by text message. Through a partnership with the Island company BamText, Islanders can text information, pictures or video to highway maintenance...
Summary of road tenders awarded in 2019 Comprehensive information on each tender is available on our tender page
The process to install or replace a culvert typically depends on the type and/or location of the adjacent parcel of land. For a driveway culvert, you must complete an entrance way application For culverts on other types of properties, as listed below, you must contact a traffic operations manager...
entrance way application
As of November 2017, the province changed the way residents receive a new driver’s licence and photo ID card. You will no longer receive your driver’s licence or photo ID card at an Access PEI service centre. , Your driver’s licence or photo ID card will be mailed to you. , There is no increase to...
Annual Report PEI Energy Corporation 2018-2019
There are pockets of natural gas deposits under Prince Edward Island, but their exact size and location is unknown because only 20 exploratory wells have been drilled on and around the province., Where can I find exploratory well data for PEI?, Contact the Energy and Minerals Division for...
It is illegal to text, dial, chat, email or search using a hand-held communication device while driving on Prince Edward Island. This includes use of: cell phones 10-4 phones GPS systems laptops , Calls to 911 are exempt, as are, calls from the driver of an ambulance, fire department vehicle or...
Driver’s license fees are being reinstated to fund a new $5 million active transportation fund for Prince Edward Island. The new $5 million dollar active transportation fund will help build new walking and bike paths, widen paved shoulders, and better connect existing walking and cycling trails to...