Residents demand repairs on pothole, sinkhole near Morris Heights intersection

The city's Department of Transportation says more than 11,000 potholes have been repaired in the Bronx as of March 25 of this year.

Elly Morillo

Mar 27, 2024, 9:28 PM

Updated 17 days ago

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Potholes and sinkholes are nothing new to neighbors near the Grand Avenue and West Tremont Avenue intersection, but Morris Heights residents say it's time for a permanent fix.
News 12's Elly Morillo spoke to residents in the area who say repairs are needed because of students who cross the intersection daily and those who ride scooters.
The city's Department of Transportation says more than 11,000 potholes have been repaired in the Bronx as of March 25 of this year, with a response time of under two days from the complaint being made. The department says residents should report these concerns to 311, whether the complaint is filed via phone call or online.
News 12 also reached out to the city's Department of Enviornmental Protection. The department responded with a statement saying that crews will be dispatched to the area on Wednesday to investigate and make any necessary repairs.
DOT is encouraging viewers to file a complaint so they can address any issues in their communities.


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