An expose on the biased way the City of Pittsburgh went about the annual pothole Blitz.

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The annual spring thaw brings out the usual suspects—potholes—that only go on to create excessive wear-and-tear on automotive suspensions, as well as hazards toward bicyclists and pedestrians. The City of Pittsburgh Public Works department has a familiar annual event known as the Pothole Blitz, where residence of the city can call a tip line to report potholes that need filled, or sections of road that need replaced. In the best efforts of the city, certain neighborhoods were ignored, even though the resident-reporting were much higher than outer regions.