Peak pothole season is usually in the spring, but our wild weather ride has them popping up in greater numbers for this time of year.
“Fluctuating temperatures is the perfect recipe for creating potholes,” Toronto’s director of transportation services Peter Noehammer said.
Between $4-million and $5-million is spent on pothole repair in a typical year.
“We’re running quite a bit higher than 2012,” Noehammer said.
Only only $3.5-million was spent last year because there were fewer potholes.
If you encounter a pothole the city wants to hear about it. You can call 3-1-1 to report it.