PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As always, the rising temperatures also means the reveal of many potholes in the city.

And Public Works says it will be out fixing them for a three-day pothole blitz next week.

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Officials say they’ll start work Tuesday night at 6 p.m. and will continue until Friday.

Crews will work overnight, continuously filling potholes in the 72-hour period.

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Officials also say crews will work to clean the riverfront after this week’s storms and flooding.

If you have a pothole in your neighborhood, the city wants to hear from you. You can call 311 or text or call 412-573-9736. You can also report potholes on Twitter at @Pgh311.

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