Category Archives: Pothole patrol

It’s pothole season — again

Those little — or big — craters in the road are starting to pop up everywhere now that spring has arrived. If you see one, you can report to the state Department of Transportation by calling 1-800-FIX ROAD. And if … Continue reading

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Fixed: Pothole in the 200 block of East Philadelphia Street in York

A reader recently wrote on SeeClickFix about a huge pothole in the road in the 1200 block of East Philadelphia Street in York. The reader wrote that rocks were collecting inside the pothole and when cars drove over it, the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Heritage Rail Trail and a couple of bridges over the Codorus Creek

This editorial from the York Daily Record focuses on the Heritage Rail Trail and a bridge over the Codorus Creek.

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News release: View the York County Transportation Improvement Plan

News release today from the York County Planning Commission: York County, Pennsylvania, May 1, 2012. Today and all during the month of May, the York County Planning Commission (YCPC) transportation staff will be seeking public input on the York Area … Continue reading

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Twenties want some changes

The twenty-somethings over at the Twenty & Change blog talk about things they would like to see fixed in York County. They focused on such issues as city potholes, nightlife for young people in southern York County, green space in … Continue reading

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A crater on Route 30.

This is not just a pothole. This is the crater of the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs. It’s in the left lane of westbound Route 30, right at the seam between the bridge over the Codorus and the roadway. It … Continue reading

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