The junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 60 in Los Angeles shows numerous potholes and examples of cracking. After years of neglect, state officials estimate it will cost $59 billion to fix crumbling roads and freeways.
The junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 60 in Los Angeles shows numerous potholes and examples of cracking. After years of neglect, state officials estimate it will cost $59 billion to fix crumbling roads and freeways. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times
The junction of Interstate 5 and Highway 60 in Los Angeles shows numerous potholes and examples of cracking. After years of neglect, state officials estimate it will cost $59 billion to fix crumbling roads and freeways. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times

Legislators focus on potholes, none too soon

July 05, 2015 4:30 PM

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