Online map shows Seattle potholes
A new online map from the City of Seattle confirms what you know if you drive around city streets – man there are a lot of potholes. In fact, there are about 1,800 driving divots. Some are annoying little bumps. Others are large enough to damage your vehicle if you hit them just right.
I’ve been noticing this for months and we did a story about it awhile ago. Still, it seems like there are dozens of potholes alone on the roads I drive in the Northend. A map proves it. The blue dots indicate potholes that haven’t been fixed yet. Bright pink spots are works in progress. The green dots are potholes that have been filled in the past 90 days – good job on those crews.
Here’s a link where you can check on progress in your area of the city through an interactive map. Zoom out and see the big picture of potholes in Seattle. It looks like Harbor Island, Discovery Park and most of Magnuson Park is fine, but there’s a lot of work to do everywhere else.