WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA9)--The District's Potholepalooza campaign has been delayed a second time.
It was supposed to start tomorrow, Tuesday, March 25; however, DDOT spokesman, Reggie Sanders, tells WUSA9 "It is postponed due to weather. No new date as of now."
The original date for Potholepalooza was supposed to be Thursday, March 20. The reason for postponing that start date was "weather and schedules."
According to WUSA9 meteorologists Topper Shutt, Howard Bernstein and Eric Grow, "Flakes will fly again Tuesday but we will see almost all of it melt on contact. Minor accumulations, Trace-2", will be possible at higher elevations north and west. Roads will be just wet."
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Potholepalooza is an annual month-long DC tradition. DDOT adds extra staffing and makes pothole repairs in 48 hours versus the traditional 72 hours.
DDOT encourages drivers to report potholes by calling 311 from within the District, you can go online or you can email DDOT at Potholepalooza@dc.gov/ There are also social media options. You can tweet to @ddotdc or go to thePotholepalooza 2014 Facebook page.
Then there is your other option: TELLWUSA9 and we will do the leg work for you to get a pothole fixed.
DDOT tweeted WUSA9 to let us know, "To date we have filled more than 18,500 potholes."