You Can Now WhatsApp DBKL To Complain About Potholes


Cover image via Saifullizan Tamadi/New Straits Times & Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (Facebook)

Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) set up a WhatsApp number for you to inform them of any large potholes or road damage in your area

In a Facebook post today, 8 January, DBKL thanked users for informing them of road damages that needed to be fixed.

The post stated that when the public notifies them about the exact locations of potholes and road damages, it allows authorities to speed up the fixing process.

The department shared examples:

To contact DBKL about any pothole or road damage, you can scan the WhatsApp QR code below or drop them a message at this number +6011-62396652

In recent separate incidents, two men in KL died because of potholes:

Minister Khairy Jamaluddin was also recently injured as a result of cycling into a pothole:

Issues with potholes have been a problem in Malaysia for years, prompting several Malaysians to take matters into their own hands: