NEW YORK — The New York City Department of Transportation is holding its second weekend of what they call a pothole blitz.
DOT teams were filling in holes all over New York City.
They are responding to 311 complaints and fixing all the various holes they find.
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“Today specifically, we are focusing on making 6,000 new holes. Seventy-five men and women are participating in the five districts,”
The city says its average response time to 311 pothole calls is less than three days.