• Drivers forced to weave into opposite lane to avoid large, lingering potholes on Pittsburgh street

    By: Aaron Martin


    PITTSBURGH - Drivers are continuing to wait for answers on a road that's been deteriorating for years.

    A small section of Ingram Avenue is split between the City of Pittsburgh and Crafton Borough. The potholes have grown large enough that some drivers weave into oncoming traffic to avoid them.

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    Channel 11 first highlighted the issue in early April, when both sides said they were working on an agreement to get the road paved.

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    More than five months later, if or when that will happen remains unclear.

    "People are failing to do their jobs and take care of the roads that we're paying them to do. I don't understand. I just don't understand," David Craig said while driving.

    A spokesperson for the mayor's office said they hope to finalize a formal agreement to pave the road quickly, and they are planning for it to happen before the end of the year. 

    But drivers like Craig said they're not optimistic that will actually happen.



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