DOT working to fill potholes left by recent blizzard

The recent blizzard has Department of Transportation crews working around the clock to fill potholes along Brooklyn roadways. According to the DOT, more than 70,000 potholes were filled in 2005 and this

News 12 Staff

Feb 17, 2006, 6:49 PM

Updated 6,674 days ago

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DOT working to fill potholes left by recent blizzard
The recent blizzard has Department of Transportation crews working around the clock to fill potholes along Brooklyn roadways.
According to the DOT, more than 70,000 potholes were filled in 2005 and this year?s storm aftermath is keeping crews busy. The DOT says it received $15 million in the 2006 budget for road repair and maintenance, which includes resurfacing some roads in the borough.
The DOT says it usually takes about four days for a pothole request to be completed. Residents can report a pothole by calling the city?s information line at 311. Related Link:Official New York City Web siteNYC DOT ? Pothole Blitz


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