Got a Pothole? Report It

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    Pothole season is costing drivers big time this year. NBC10's Deanna Durante reports a business in Montgomery County is benefitting from having to repair so many cars. (Published Monday, March 16, 2015)

    One of the most frustrating parts about potholes is that they're so hard to report.

    If it's on a state road you call one agency, if it's on a county road, you have to call another.

    The Blue Route, Route 322, City Line Avenue and Ridge Avenue are just some of the area roadways where potholes caused problems.

    Road officials fell the pain too.

    Potholes Are Damaging More Than Just Streets

    [PHI] Potholes Are Damaging More Than Just Streets
    NBC10's Jesse Gary explains how potholes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are destroying streets and cars (Published Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014)

    "They're all over," said PennDOT maintenance director Nick Martino. "It's like an epidemic, all of a sudden it happened.

    Officials are making it easier to report potholes you see in South Jersey. In Camden County you can report a pothole online or by calling 856-566-2980.

    County crews will be out Wednesday morning patching holes in the road.

    In Philadelphia you can report a pothole through the Streets Department's website.

    And, in Delaware you can report a pothole online.