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By norton
#508663
If you note a hole developing on a Penndot controlled road surface you can report it through this site. Try to be accurate on location, any intersecting streets or roads and also the side of the road that the hole is on. Look on a map to get direction . https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp
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By norton
#525442
Wanted to make sure all know of this site for pot hole reporting. Sadly our Pennsylvania roads are terrible these days. If you know of a hole make a mental note of road, the direction on the road where the hole is located and proximity to an adjacent road or street.
https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp

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By norton
#525445
Crowbird23 wrote:One term Tom Corbett's gasoline tax was supposed to fix the roads

- Well there ya go. Anything that is "governmentally controlled " becomes inefficient and wasteful.
The many, many, many Millions that is being spent on that 322 project is a good example.
---------At any rate- Report any holes before the bad weather really sets in.
https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp
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By norton
#546444
No doubt if you are driving at all lately you are dodging as many potholes as possible.
Again, note road name or number, the direction of the lane with issue, and note any cross or intersecting streets or roads to the issue. Recommend you try to be accurate. Have found that Penndot will address areas of concern when they can.
web site- https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp
By AFC
#546591
norton wrote:
Crowbird23 wrote:One term Tom Corbett's gasoline tax was supposed to fix the roads

- Well there ya go. Anything that is "governmentally controlled " becomes inefficient and wasteful.
The many, many, many Millions that is being spent on that 322 project is a good example.
---------At any rate- Report any holes before the bad weather really sets in.
https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp


That's a good point Norton, one lost on the liberal mindset. Government can't get out of it's own way, let alone ours.

However, I guess it is possible that what was intended to fix our roads was diverted by the new Governor seeing as how the tax increase didn't take effect until he was in office.

Besides, I thought that our roads were to be fixed 10 years ago when Obama lifted 3/4 of a Trillion out of the tax payers pockets, which instead became the largest money laundering scheme ever as it all went back into the democrat election effort via the unions.
By Phaedrus
#547110
In Corbett's first year I saw him sitting by himself at lunch in the Capitol building cafeteria. Kind of knew from that he was going to be a one term Governor.
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By norton
#547134
Pot holes are getting filled but,,, often 10 feet away another develops. Be accurate on road direction , name and any intersections nearby. For me, one replacement tire was enough this year.
https://customercare.penndot.gov/Intran ... _Start.xsp