Home > News Library > July 2003 >
News Item #398
[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
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 [Outside Link] 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 [Outside Link] that Louisville Metro expected to spend $500,000 on repairing potholes.

Comments: [No Comments] -- [View/Post Comments]
[URL for This Item]

[View all Topics] [View all News Items]


Updated: 18-Jul-2003 8:09AM CDT

Note: This website makes heavy use of the CSS standard. Your browser appears not to support CSS, or you may have CSS turned off for some odd reason. This page may render incorrectly since you are not using CSS. (more information on CSS)

Featured Items: [About this Site] [Hal Rogers Parkway] [Clay's Ferry Bridge] [Glen Lily Road Overpass] [Suggested Links] [Travel Information] [William H. Natcher Bridge]

Copyright © 2001-2023 by Jeffrey Carlyle. All rights reserved. This website is not associated with any government agency.