Manhattan Public Works crews continue to patch potholes across the city, following January’s frigid and wet conditions.
City Engineer Brian Johnson says work is continuing on a stretch of Fort Riley Blvd. near Westwood Road, where traffic backed up for Tuesday morning’s commute. City Manager Ron Fehr joined KMAN’s In Focus Tuesday and says the city is essentially in triage mode trying to fix issues as they arise.
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City crews patched 529 potholes on Monday alone.
Fehr says it’s been especially challenging, given the extreme cold spell that the area experienced in January, followed by an almost immediate warmup.
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Residents wanting to report street issues can do so via the City of Manhattan Report It app, available for Androids and iPhones, or via the city’s website at

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