HAMPTON ROADS (WAVY) - 10 On Your Side's Melanie Woodrow was on pothole patrol on I-264 on Tuesday. VDOT officials said the reason drivers are seeing so many potholes is because of the recent heavy rains.
That rain opened up some old potholes. The most troublesome ones are the ones on concrete areas of the highway, rather than asphalt areas, according to VDOT.
VDOT will have the funding for a permanent fix for these concrete potholes next Spring. In the meantime, officials are patching potholes using an asphalt mix.
To report potholes, call 1-800-367-7623 or visit virginiadot.org .
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