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Pothole Repairs and Drainage Become Top Priority

Now that the latest winter storm is behind us, officials with the Maryland State Highway Administration say they’re turning their attention to filling potholes
WHAG NEWS - Now that the latest winter storm is behind us, officials are turning their attention to filling potholes and opening up drainage inlets as warmer weather is expected through the end of the week.

The Maryland State Highway Administration is advising drivers to remain alert for slow-moving work operations along state roads. They say often crews work in three to four person teams, with up to several trucks per team. They're asking drivers to maintain a safe speed limit in areas where crews are working. 

As the storm cleanup continues, officials with SHA say drivers should also be on the lookout for fallen trees, be mindful of pedestrians and remain alert when turning at intersections. 

The Interstate-81 Potomac River bridges have particularly gotten worse due to road salt, and snow. 

Customers may submit service requests for issues along state numbered routes by visiting the SHA website here

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