Potholes increase after snowstorms

After several snowstorms, drivers and residents say the number of potholes in the borough have increased.Representatives from the Department of Transportation say they are working

BROOKLYN - After several snowstorms, drivers and residents say the number of potholes in the borough have increased.

Representatives from the Department of Transportation say they are working quickly to get rid of potholes, but they are encouraging residents to let them know where many of the problems are located.

To report a pothole visit the DOT Web site or call the city hotline at 311

Visit the DOT Web site

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