The brutal winter is responsible for dozens of large and small potholes across Toronto. Over the last weekend, crews filled hundreds of potholes thanks to a sudden warm spell.
Normally, the city said they have about 25 crews out repairing roads, but during a pothole blitz they increase the number of crews to 50.
Due to the high number of freeze-thaw cycles over the past few months, the city said they have seen an increase in potholes.
More than 29,000 potholes have been fixed already this year and the city said they expect to fill more than 200,000 by the end of the year.
This is the second pothole blitz of the season and more will follow as better weather comes around. -CINEWS