Want A Quick Fix? Report A Pothole

DETROIT (WWJ) – The harsh winter has taken its toll on metro Detroit roads, and some patch-up work is on the way.

As WWJ’s John Bailey reports, the freeze-thaw cycle has made the potholes on southeast Michigan roads even more evident, but some of the most pockmarked roads are due for permanent repairs.

Mound Road in Sterling Heights, Dequindre in Shelby Township and Rochester Hills, and Haggerty Road in Livonia and Northville Township rank high on MDOT’s list to fix.

Know of a really bad spot? You can hasten the short-term fix by calling MDOT’s pothole hotline at 888-296-4546.

You can also report a pothole online at michigan.gov/mdot.

  • Brian

    Wyoming, 7 to 8 mile is a god awful stretch of road.
    It’s been like that for years temp patch jobs have been half hearted at best.

  • john stuchell

    there are big pot holes on the i-94 ramp east leaving the detroit metro airport.

  • http://kerrizuck.wordpress.com KerriZuck

    There is a huge pothole on the Exit ramp entering the airport off of Eureka Rd… Bent both rims on the passenger side of my car..

  • brian

    Bagley school under the traffic light at Greenlawn and Curtis. Yheres a huge dpression that needs to be fixed now.

  • Brian

    Livernois and Curtis by Earl Ruby cleaners there are several potholes as you turn on to livernois from curtis.

    • Nathan Blume

      That one at Livernois and Curtis is really dangerous.

  • Brian

    James Cousins service drive at Curtis. Most of James Cousins is a wreck.

  • Brian

    Brian looks like there’s some patching going on but the one at Bagley school (Greenlawn and Curtis) was a pretty poor job. There’s still a hole after the patch.

    Wyoming 7 to 8 still a minefield.

  • Brian Johnson

    Curtis 7 to 8 is still a mess but there is a massive blind spot on the median of woodward and 7 mile. A ridiculous hedge blocks the view of the driver whose at the light. That grove, crop or bushel really needs to go!

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