As we thaw out from winter, potholes will begin to appear on roadways. If you see a road issues for our crews to address, report it to MTGo!
Potholes are caused by loosened chunks of pavement. During the wintertime, continual freezing and defrosting of water causes cracks to form and worsen, leading to potholes. Potholes can pose dangerous driving conditions for motorists.
The Middletown Township Department of Public Works repairs all Township-owned roads (primarily residential roads). The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is responsible for repairing potholes on state roads (through roads and highways). A list of state roads in the Township is available here. To report an issue on a state road to PennDOT, please visit the PennDOT Customer Care Center website, or call 1-800-FIX-ROAD