COLUMBIA, SC (WTOC) – Drivers can now report potholes and other common problems online to the South Carolina Department of Transportation.
The problems can be reported computers or mobile devices.
This system allows people to report potholes that need to be repaired, ditches that need to be cleaned, or vegetation that needs to be cut, according to the SCDOT.
The SCDOT will handle the requests during normal business hours on regular work days.
The Online Maintenance Work Request program can be accessed by visiting the SCDOT internet site at: http://www.scdot.org/. Then click on the link under the Quick Links section of the website.
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