Throggs Neck drivers frustrated by potholes

The DOT says it's filled more than 250,000

The DOT says it’s filled more than 250,000 potholes citywide so far this year.

Drivers in Throggs Neck still have a bumpy ride now that spring has started, thanks to potholes.

Residents say the potholes should have been filled before spring arrived and that it's making driving difficult, especially along East Tremont Avenue. Some drivers tell News 12 The Bronx they've already had to deal with flat tires and broken rims, setting them back hundreds of dollars.


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