The City of Toronto is celebrating “better weather” by filling potholes.
Mayor John Tory recently announced the “first 12-hour pothole repair blitz of 2022” would take place Saturday — and it was not an April Fool’s joke.
More than 100 people on 45 crews have been dispatched across the city, to work from 6 a.m. through 6 p.m.
Tomorrow, the <a href=”https://twitter.com/cityoftoronto?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>@CityofToronto</a> is launching its first 12-hour pothole repair blitz of 2022.<br><br>From sunrise to sundown, City crews will be repairing as many potholes as possible on expressways, major roads and neighbourhood streets.<br><br>More info: <a href=”https://t.co/NFGkZ2IuLc”>https://t.co/NFGkZ2IuLc</a> <a href=”https://t.co/2miRDw9hoz”>pic.twitter.com/2miRDw9hoz</a>
The city is expecting to spend roughly $4.4 million this year on the task.
While there are “proactive patrols” to identify potholes, the city also welcomes requests via 311. Already this year, it says it’s filled upwards of 50,000 potholes.
“When there are large numbers of potholes to be repaired, they are triaged based on size and repairs are prioritized on major roads first,” according to a news release.
View original article here Source