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Send Us Reports on District's 'Potholepalooza'

It's pothole season, and the District is going on the hunt.

City officials want to fix potholes in two-thirds the usual time as part of a campaign they're calling Potholepalooza. According to a city news release:

Starting March 11th and running through April 11th, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), the agency responsible for the repair of potholes for the District, will work to repair identified potholes within 48 hours (normal response time is within 72 hours).

Are they living up to their word? Let us know. Here's how.

Report a pothole (what is a pothole? read the city's take) by:

Include the exact location of, and other details about, the pothole.

You can track the city's progress on its pothole page-- and we'd like you to tell us what you see, too. Report back to this post and leave us a comment, or e-mail us at

-- Brittany Levine

By Washington Post Editors  |  March 12, 2009; 12:46 PM ET
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