Peduto says city crews changed the way they paved streets, which has led to fewer potholes.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Somehow, it seems we got through winter without too much of a toll on Pittsburgh’s roads.

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Mayor Bill Peduto says the city received the lowest number of pothole complaints to the 3-1-1 in years.

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Peduto says city crews changed the way they paved streets, which has led to fewer potholes.

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The potholes we do have can expect to be filled with hot asphalt over the next few weeks.