BROOKLYN - The Department of Transportation and local council members announced today new initiatives to repair potholes in Brooklyn.

For weeks, residents have complained about potholes riddling Brooklyn streets, causing damage to cars and unsafe driving conditions.

The city says it plans to spend another $2 million to patch up the streets. An online citywide pothole tracker has also been launched.

Officials say they still want to know about potholes in Brooklyn neighborhoods.  To report a pothole, residents can call 311.