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Got a Pothole? Who You Gonna Call?

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NEWSLETTERS

Potholes become a common problem this time of year and residents are urged to help report any they may see. (Published Tuesday, March 1, 2016)

One of the most frustrating parts about potholes is that seem 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 -- but the help you seek may just be a phone call away.

On Pennsylvania state roads, you can call 1-800-FIX-ROAD to report a pothole. PennDOT already planned to patch problems along Interstate 95 this week between Philadelphia and the Delaware state line.

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.

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

And, in Delaware you can report a pothole online.

You're going to need some specifics about the location of the potholes. You'll need to know the state route and segment number as well as the city, town and county where the potholes are located. Also try and list any landmarks to help crews find the trouble spots.