At recent budget hearings, the person in charge of keeping Pennsylvania’s roads in top shape told lawmakers PennDOT’s emergency pothole repairs have begun.
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Potholes are the bane of drivers everywhere. “I hit ’em and everything just goes all over the place,” said one driver, definitely fed up with the holes in the road. “My car is a wreck.”
A morning of rough commutes throughout the region included a pothole on I-95 in Northeast Philadelphia that did some damage.
PennDOT will be patching some holes on highways ahead of a bigger fix.
As PennDOT and NJ DOT work feverishly to fix all of the potholes that have crept up in the past few weeks, many folks continue their daily dance with the holes in the road, sometimes with dire consequences.
A sanitation truck became trapped in a large pothole in Philadelphia Friday morning.
All of the damage caused by potholes means big business for some.