- The Washington Times - Monday, February 29, 2016

The roads of Prince George’s County soon will begin to become a bit smoother after recent winter storms pocked the streets with potholes.

The county’s Department of Public Works and Transportation will start a “pothole blitz” Tuesday in an effort to repair damage done by the snow and cold as well as the snowplows and salting that came with the winter weather.

“DPW&T is looking forward to working in the communities, in this concentrated effort to ensure that County and State roadways are well-maintained and safe for all motorists,” agency Director Darrell Mobley said in a press release Monday. “DPW&T will dedicate all of its maintenance personnel and resources for this sustained effort to repair the potholes on County roadways.”

The agency said motorists should stay alert and be aware of trucks and crews working on the roadways.

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