Potholes. They’re everywhere. They’re horrible. Drivers’ complaints have been long and loud, and after CBS2 demanded answers, we got action.
If you have been out driving lately, you know that potholes have turned roads into an obstacle course.
As the snow has started to disappear, what has been left behind is a trail of damaged roads throughout the Tri-State Area.
Mayor de Blasio has waged a war against potholes in New York City.
The swings in temperature have carved out craters in roads across the Tri-State Area and cars that were buried by plows now have a coating of ice, making for interesting escape plans.
It’s pothole season and there are a lot of roads that make you cringe while driving. On Tuesday some of the more troubling spots in the Tri-State Area were examined.
They’re a damaging hazard that can ruin a driver’s day. Potholes are making a mess of Tri-State Area roads as the spring thaw sets in.
The Memorial Day weekend is synonymous with people packing up the car and heading out of town. But many of us are in for a rough ride; not because of traffic — but potholes.
Many of us have heard the sound that can lead to more than $200 leaving your pocket — and it’s all because thousands of city streets resemble war-torn terrain.
The Long Island Expressway was brought to its knees Wednesday by pothole repair crews, as emergency workers tried to keep up with the ripped up roads.
Melting snow along with refreezing cycles have been creating some dangerous conditions and expensive repairs for area drivers.