A freeze thaw cycle causes potholes. Water in a crack will freeze and expand during the winter, weakening the pavement. When it thaws and the water evaporates, a cavity is left. As vehicles drive over the weakened cavity the pavement begins to crumble and a pothole appears. The more traffic on a pothole the faster it grows.
Let us know where you see a pothole so crews can address them quickly and keep roads safe.
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