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Yet another pothole ...

As The Washington Post's Ashley Halsey reported in February, there are potholes popping up everywhere. The latest location for a mammoth pothole appears to be in the right lane of the northbound ramp for I-95 at the Springfield Interchange. Trafficland urges motorists to use caution driving through the area. if you want to report a pothole problem, here's how.

By Michael Bolden  |  March 2, 2010; 12:01 PM ET
Categories:  Advisories , highways  
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Thanks Dr. Gridlock. I posted the below too late to your chat yesterday, but I just used the link in the article above to report this to the state of Maryland. Hopefully that will help! But if you have any other information to help bring this to the attention of them, I would be grateful:

Route 410 in Takoma Park (Ethan Allen Avenue) between Carroll Avenue and New Hampshire, has been rough riding for some time, but is particularly bad after the recent snows. The intersection of Carroll and Ethan Allen has very deep and rough surface, and on the south side of 410 in this stretch all the way to NH is is often uneven and pothole laden. Cars hitting these create substantial noise for the residents, often with car parts flying. Is there anything that can be done to improve conditions along this stretch of 410?

Posted by: abgr | March 2, 2010 4:01 PM | Report abuse

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