Potholes Are a Growing Problem Concern for Drivers

By: Brian Johnson
By: Brian Johnson

For many people, it seems everyday they drive into work, there's a new pothole, or two, or three, or three dozen. Some might say getting to work without needing a car repair is almost harder than the actual work itself.

Friday morning one driver hit a pothole on Cedar Street in Delhi Township between Harper and College roads. He's seen changing his tire in the photo above.

So how do the potholes get reported? Who's responsible? How are the repairs prioritized? And when will all the potholes finally be fixed? Find out tonight on WILX News Ten at 6 p.m.

UPDATE-- To report a pothole in any of the following locations, you can call:
Lansing 517-483-4161
Ingham County 517-676-9722
MDOT 1-888-296-4546.

These numbers work 24 hours a day seven days a week.

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