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Pothole peeves: Metro Vancouver streets still burdened by bumpy roads

We’ve all seen them and many Metro Vancouver motorists have felt the pain first hand. Persistent potholes have been eating up South Coast roads for months and in the city of Vancouver, it’s driving up the number of complaints. 288 more words


Councillor Jacky Williams has asked Questions about Potholes

At this morning’s County Council meeting, I asked the following question of the Chairman of the Transport and Highways committee: is the chairman aware that potholes (certainly in and around Stapleford) are being repaired to a sub-standard quality, in many cases, by subcontractors, employed by VIA EM, such that they are subsequently requiring further attention within a short time span, which must be  extremely costly for the County Council. 50 more words

Updates From Politicians

Pot Hole Season Is Here!

As the ravages of winter subside and temperatures rise, there is probably a pothole out there with your name on it. The yo-yo temperatures and rainfall received in our in early February have really started to bring out them out! 249 more words


Poor US Roads Mean FedEx Is Going Through Tires Twice As Fast

The present state of the US Interstate System “is in desperate need of updating,” and that “substandard roads result in drivers’ paying $67 billion, or $324 per motorist, annually in vehicle repairs and operating costs.” With a FedEx fleet of vehicles that numbers in the tens of thousands, that’s represents a major investment. 58 more words


Portrait of Milford

When I met Milford on the main road, in the Pine Canyon area of Tehachapi, California, USA, he was driving his tractor to repair potholes caused by the rain.  299 more words


Car Tax....Should have been easy!

Was it? was it fuck! It all started about a month ago, I got the ‘letter’ stating my car tax was ready to renew… Oh was it? 575 more words

Pothole problems piling up across northern Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – Pothole problems keep piling up, but it’s not just a weather issue.

“It’s 50 year old pavement,” said John Gleason, a spokesman for the Utah Department of Transportation. 245 more words