WAVY.com has uncovered documents on the big pothole payout by the Virginia Department of Transportations and TME Enterprises.
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has reached a deal with TME Enterprises, Inc. to begin paying drivers who filed pothole damage claims.
Dozens of people reported damage when potholes opened up on Interstate 264 in Norfolk. Ninety days later, they're still waiting for reimbursements.
After a pothole disaster on Interstate 264 and an inner re-working of its staff, VDOT has announced a district administrator for Hampton Roads.
VDOT discussed recommendations about the potholes plaguing Hampton Roads, during a Commonwealth Transportation Board meeting in Lynchburg Wednesday.
Potholes are popping up on streets across Hampton Roads and the city of Hampton is no exception.
TME Enterprises, Inc. is walking away from another 5-year, multimillion dollar contract with the Virginia Department of Transportation.
The relationship between VDOT and contractor TME is on thin ice as TME prepares to fight back against claims of negligence.
A former TME Enterprises, Inc. employee told 10 On Your Side the VDOT contractor cut corners by buying cheap asphalt mix to repair potholes.
WAVY.com has learned TME Enterprises is now asking to be paid for the emergency pothole work it's done since the pothole fiasco of Feb. 8.
Gov. Bob McDonnell told 10 On Your Side he was "not pleased" with the work VDOT contractor TME Enterprises, Inc. has conducted on I-264.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has released a preliminary report on its findings regarding last month's pothole fiasco.
VDOT officials conducted several pothole repairs on Interstate 264 Wednesday evening during rush hour.
A 10 On Your Side investigation revealed poor oversight on the behalf of VDOT as well as low quality pothole repairs led to last month's pothole disaster on
WAVY.com has uncovered hundreds of emails detailing the pothole disaster on Interstate 264 from the Virginia Department of Transportation.
Tuesday's heavy rain washed away some pothole repairs on I-264 and once again, VDOT had to shut down heavily-traveled lanes.