PITTSBURGH - Another big pothole blitz is planned for Pittsburgh streets.
The mayor’s office said Public Works Crews will be doing their third pothole blitz Monday.
More than 55 employees will be on the job starting at 6 a.m. to fill the holes.
The workers will use cold patch because the asphalt plants aren't up and running yet.
Between January and Friday, a response center has processed almost 13,000 requests, 5,000 for potholes. Thousands of requests have come via phone and 420 were processed from tweets to @pgh311.
The neighborhoods that reported the most potholes were Brookline, East Liberty, Shadyside and Bloomfield.
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