Click on this interactive map to report the latest road craters in Peters Township.
It is pothole season. The freeze-thaw cycles are creating bone crunching, kidney punching potholes on many roads throughout Peters Township. Click on "report an issue" directly below the map above to report where the worst potholes are located. You can also zoom in or out on the map to see more specific locations. Peters Patch will then share the link to this story with PennDOT, Washington County and the Peters Township public works department so they know where repairs are needed most.
State-road concerns should be reported to PennDOT; local-road damage reports should go to Peters Township.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
It's freeze-thaw season, which means it's pothole time! Officials of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation District 12—of which Peters Township is a part of—are encouraging motorists to report potholes or other road problems on state-owned roads, such as state Route 19. “We want our roadway system to be the best it can be, but with a network of 2,568 miles, we can’t be everywhere at once when sudden problems arise,” siad Dan Cessna, district executive. “Motorists can help us keep state roads in good shape by reporting any problems they encounter, especially if it involves a safety concern.” With the frigid temperatures and consistent precipitation that has occurred around the region in recent weeks, potholes, cracking and other …