Tuesday, February 23, 2010 - By zak - No comments
Minnesota Public Radio became one of the first radio stations to partner with SeeClickFix after debuting this stylish map widget on their site yesterday.
According to an MPR news article explaining the new tool:
"As we've noted recently, the pothole problem is one of the worst we've seen in Minnesota in many years. Part of it is because of the weather, part of it is because cash-strapped cities patched roads last year that otherwise might've been resurfaced. Whatever the reason, driving in the state right now is something only a front-end realignment shop could love."
From Jersey to Minnesota, this pothole season is taking no prisoners. Luckily SCF is around to help out.
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