Another round of storms bringing heavy rain to the Denver metro area has created some problems for drivers- potholes. The extended rain has broken down weak spots in the pavement, which creates potholes.
Denver Public Works crews have been taking advantage of the warm weather to repair potholes.
Potholes seem to be plaguing streets all across the Denver metro area, and they’re beginning to cause real damage to vehicles.
This winter has been a confusion of extreme cold and warmth, affecting the roads of the Denver metro area to the point that some need emergency repairs.
Denver Public Works is rushing to fix the potholes in Denver streets before the next storm hits.
It’s a rough ride for Denver drivers this winter. If it’s not the snow, it’s the potholes — and so far this year Denver has twice as many potholes as last year.
While it might be a challenge, if state lawmakers can arrive at a simple and basic idea, they might have a shot at keeping the TABOR funds set to be refunded.
Crew raced along the Front Range on Tuesday to patch damaging and dangerous potholes that materialized during recent freeze-and-thaw cycles.
A number of potholes cause a massive problem on Highway 36 near Boulder on Monday.
Emergency pothole repair is underway across the Denver metro area after days of heavy rain damaged roadways.