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Rough Road Ahead
April 13th, 2010

Watch out, there may be some rough roads ahead.

After snowstorms and other winter wear, some New York City streets have come to resemble war-torn terrain and not the byways of a well-kept metropolis.
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Photo (cc) 2008 shoehorn99


Now Gotham Gazette and The Huffington Post want to know what kind of craters mark your streets. Is your block a virtual obstacle course? Has your car or bike tire exploded thanks to an avenue’s neglect?

Send us photos and addresses of neglected roadways in your neighborhood, along with any other lurid details you care to provide, and we’ll report back next week.

By on April 13, 2010, 11:37 am
In category: City Hall,Crime & Safety,Economy,Gotham City,Governing,Health,Land Use,Law,Measuring UP,nextNY,Social Services,sustainability,Work and Labor | 1 Comment »

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One Response to “Rough Road Ahead”

  1. John Butlre Says:
    April 14th, 2010 at 6:50 am

    They just celebrated filling of the 2,000,000 pothole of the Bloomberg administration. Unfortunately, it was only the 150,000th unique pothole. What is missing is heat & tar. I can only pray for undercutting the hole & removing the water.

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