Virginia extends pothole blitz
The Virginia Department of Transportation has extended its pothole blitz through April 15.
According to Gov. Bob McDonnell, VDOT has patched or repaired more than 120,000 potholes throughout the state since it launched its pothole blitz on March 1.
The region's snowy winter created countless craters in road surfaces from Alexandria to Virginia Beach.
The blitz fix is confined to state-maintained roads and interstates. To report a pothole, call the pothole hot line: 1-800-367-7623. You may also complete a form on VDOT's Web site.
-- Associated Press
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