A Day with New York City’s Pothole Repair Crew

Tumblr.com’s “A Day with New York City’s Pothole Repair Crew” follows the six men who help make up New York City’s pothole repair team for a day.  Each morning, at a small depot tucked away under the Williamsburg Bridge, the New York City workers who call themselves the “pothole gang” pore over a giant spreadsheet known as “The Daily Pothole.” Over the next eight hours, they will hit the streets, filling giant yellow trucks with smoldering hot asphalt, navigating endless traffic, and smoothing as many potholes as they can before the sun goes down.  In an average week, they could resurface 100,000 square yards of road.

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