State Sets Up Pothole Hotline; Louisville Spends $500,000 Fixing Potholes
Posted: 18-Jul-2003 8:09AM CDT
The Bowling Green Daily News reports in this March 14, 2003 article that Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has setup a pothole reporting hotline. The hotline can be reached at 1-800-PATCH-IT (1-800-728-2448). If the reported pothole is on a state-maintained road, the automated system reports it to the appropriate highway district. The City of Bowling Green also has its own pothole report phone number.
The Courier-Journal reports in this March 23, 2003 article that Louisville Metro expected to spend $500,000 on repairing potholes.
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