Roads & Transportation

Roads in Mission

Mission’s road network is made up of municipally and provincially maintained streets and highways. Our roads are an essential part of our community and help ensure people and goods can move around our city safely and efficiently.

Municipal Roadways

Maintenance and upgrades on most major and local roads are managed by the City. This includes snow removal, ice control, pothole repairs, line painting, traffic signals, sign repairs, and litter pick up. The City also operates the Pavement Management Program through its Capital Construction plan to ensure timely investments in new paving. New roads are added to our network through development as the City grows.

Report an Issue

For emergency and non-emergency issues on City roads, please call Public Work’s 24-hour line at 604-820-3761 or email pworksadmin@mission.ca.

Provincial Roadways

The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure is responsible for maintaining specific roads, overpasses, and highways within Mission. This maintenance includes snow removal, ice control, pothole repairs, line painting, traffic signals, sign repairs, and litter pick up. Construction and infrastructure upgrades on these roads also fall with the responsibility of the province.

Roads in Mission within the provincial road network include:

Highways

  • Highway 7 (Lougheed Highway)
  • Highway 11

Overpasses and Bridges

  • Glasgow-Murray Overpass
  • Mission-Abbotsford Bridge

See the map outlining the road network maintained by MoTi.

Road Cameras

View up to the minute road conditions throughout Mission and BC on our Road Cameras page.

Report an Issue

For Provincial highway issues, such as potholes, contact the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure at 1-800-667-5122.

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Street Use Permits

Street Use Permits are required for any closure of a street, lane, or sidewalk in relation to a special event, work, or construction. Learn how to apply for one.