Department of Transportation patching up potholes on the Belt Parkway
BROOKLYN - The Department of Transportation is in the process of resurfacing one of the most riddled roadways in the borough.
Crews will be filling in key portions of the Belt Parkway overnight, including spots near the Knapp Street exit, which is where one News 12 viewer sent in a picture of several cars lined up with flat tires last month.
One driver says he had to call a tow truck after hitting a pothole on the eastbound side of the roadway.
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The DOT says that more than 100,000 potholes have been repaired citywide since July, and about 1,100 of those repairs were made Thursday.