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Va. plugs 150,000 potholes

More than 150,000 potholes across Virginia are plugged, thanks to a blitz of temporary patching.

The Virginia Department of Transportation launched the pothole blitz on March 1 for state-maintained roads and interstates.

Gov. Bob McDonnell said Thursday that Virginia residents helped make the blitz a success by reporting potholes to VDOT.

McDonnell said he's asked VDOT to shift its focus from temporary patching to permanent paving operations.

If you need to report a pothole anywhere in the region, here's how.

-- Associated Press and staff reports

By Michael Bolden  |  April 15, 2010; 3:35 PM ET
Categories:  Advisories , highways  
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