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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Pothole alert: Law firm maps every one in Little Rock

Posted By on Wed, Nov 29, 2017 at 7:20 AM

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OK, I'll bite for this promotion by the law offices of Alan Levar. They've compiled and put on the firm webpage a map with every pothole in the city of Little Rock in 2016 and also provided some summary data.

For example:

Intersections with most potholes

Rahling Road & Pebble Beach Drive | 6 potholes reported
Baseline Road & Geyer Springs Road | 6 potholes reported
West Roosevelt Road & South State Street | 5 potholes reported
South Mississippi Street & South Rodney Parham Road | 5 potholes reported
Gamble Road & Kanis Road | 5 potholes reported
North Chicot Road & Mabelvale Pike | 5 potholes reported

Streets with most potholes

W. Markham St – 41 Potholes
N. Rodney Parham Rd – 26 Potholes
S. University Ave – 23 Potholes
Geyer Springs Rd – 20 Potholes
Cantrell Rd – 19 Potholes

Note that if you go to the weblink to view the map you'll get a popup asking if you'd like some legal help.

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