(KTSF by Hellas Leung)
Are you tired of driving over San Francisco potholes?
Well, road repair work starts in March thanks to a $248 million dollar bond measure that voters approved last November.
The construction work will repave streets and fix potholes in neighborhoods throughout San Francisco. It will also seismically strengthen deteriorating bridges, overpasses and stairways, without raising property tax rates.
David Chiu, President of the S.F. Board of Supervisors says, “I actually spent this morning, biking, walking and in cabs going through four different districts and I experienced many potholes in this district .”
Mohammed Nuru, the Acting Director for the Department of Public Works adds, “The bond was put together based on ratings of various streets in San Francisco that are most in need. These streets get the priority .”
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