Mount Vernon Mayor: Post Your Pothole Pictures To FacebookMayor Richard Thomas is inviting the public to share photos of street craters on his Facebook page.
Comptroller: NYC Paid $138 Million In Settlements Related To Pothole Damage, InjuriesManhattan's Third Avenue, Second Avenue and Broadway led the the way in trip and fall claims related to potholes between 2010 and 2015.
New York City To Spend $242 Million On Massive Road Resurfacing ProjectPotholes. They're everywhere. They're horrible. Drivers’ complaints have been long and loud, and after CBS2 demanded answers, we got action.
Potholes Still Abundant In New York City; State Allows Drivers To SuePotholes continued to plague New York City this first of May, and many have been wondering just why they are still so bad.
Potholes Plague Cold Spring Harbor RoadwayIn Cold Spring Harbor, one roadway is riddled with potholes.
New Yorkers: De Blasio Needs To Stop Talking In Iowa And Instead Fix NYCThere are a number of people in New York City who think the mayor should have put potholes before politicking.
Pothole Damage Liability Differs Between NY State, City RoadwaysIf you hit a pothole on a city or state roadway, who is responsible for damage to your car?
Woman Says Rash Of Potholes Poses Threat To Pedestrians In South OrangeMost everyone is aware of the damage that potholes can do to cars, but they also pose a serious hazard to people.
Clarkstown Supervisor Asks State To Help Pay For Pothole RepairsMeanwhile on Long Island, Nassau County officials are urging people to report potholes using the "Nassau Now" mobile app.
L.I. Asphalt Factory Tries To Keep Pace With Demand In Fight Against PotholesAs potholes swell across our region, local asphalt is in high demand and factories can barely keep pace.
NYC Officials To Drivers: Give Pothole Repair Crews A BrakeDepartment of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg said the city has filled nearly 200,000 potholes since December. Last year, crews repaired about 500,000 craters.
Crews Hard At Work Patching Up PotholesIn New York City, 2,500 pothole crews are at work. Nearly 160,000 craters have been filled in the city.