The absurdly long winter dubbed Chiberia 2014 has signaled everything from frigidly cold polar vortices to thundersnow. And after months of abuse, Chicago's streets have begun to resemble the moon's surface more than useable roadways. The city is attempting to keep up with filling potholes, but yet many still remain. Earlier this year the city launched its handy dandy Pothole Tracker to keep up with the latest from Chicago's Streets & San. Each dot represents a completed request, and clicking on one shows how many potholes were filled at that site. Spring is only two weeks away, but it sure feels like this winter may last forever.
· Pothole Tracker [City of Chicago]