NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — You've probably noticed some rough spots on the roads, since it is pothole season, but Tennessee Department of Transportation is working to fix those problem spots.
It says it spent nearly $5 million on pothole repairs just in January and February. In 2019, the department spent a total of $9 million for the whole year.
So far, crews used 21.5 tons of asphalt to fix the roads this year.
To report a pothole for repair, you can fill out a Maintenance Request form, contact the appropriate Region Office or email TDOT.Comments@tn.gov. Be sure to note the exact location including the route, mile marker, and any nearby cross streets or interchanges.