You Can Now Report Potholes & Broken Traffic Lights To Local Authorities Via A Mobile App

The i-Tegur app was launched by the government earlier this month.

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Got a complaint to make about giant potholes or broken traffic lights? You can now do so via a new mobile app called i-Tegur.

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Formerly known as iKepoh, the app was officially launched earlier this month by Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT).

i-Tegur is meant to connect the public to local authorities, particularly in filing complaints or bringing up issues affecting their residential areas

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In addition to potholes and broken traffic lights, you can also file complaints related to parking, irresponsible disposal of garbage, drain blockage, open burning, and many more. Check out the full list of categories here: 

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To file a complaint, simply choose a category and snap a photo of the problem at hand

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You will also be prompted to include a short description of your complaint. 

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Once you've submitted your complaint, you will receive a notification informing you that it has been sent to the relevant city council or authority for review. The details of your complaint can also be viewed from the homepage:

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i-Tegur is now available for free on the App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android.

Last year, navigation app Waze rolled out a feature that enables Selangor road users to report potholes along their route:

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