The City Of Boston is trying out some new materials to fill potholes this year with hopes that they will save city time and eventually money.
Potholes are causing big problems for drivers in Eastern Massachusetts. All over the Boston area gaping craters are wrecking tires and rims.
‘Tis the season for those teeth-chattering, car jarring potholes.
The city’s pothole fixing machine nicknamed “Potzilla” hit the road Thursday, patching some spots.
Why do potholes proliferate where traffic lines are painted? I am no Chemical Engineer but it appears the paint is causing increased deterioration of the asphault. Am I the only one who has noticed this? – Bob, Plymouth
Summer may be around the corner, but the city of Boston is still focused on something that comes about because of winter weather – potholes.
Crews are scrambling to fill cracks and potholes along a particular 26.2 mile stretch of roadway.
The city thinks it’s found a better way to fill potholes faster – with an app and a new machine.
Potholes big and small are covering roads from Boston to Springfield, Cape Ann to Cape Cod.
Who is responsible if your car becomes damaged by a pothole? You or the town/city where the pothole is? – Karen, W. Roxbury