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Pothole complaints on the rise in Canberra

by Australian Road Research Board on January 20, 2022

ARRB CEO Michael Caltabiano was recently interviewed by Canberra radio station 2CCC on the rising number of complaints on the ACT’s road network.

Increasing by 230%, more than 3000 complaints have been submitted regarding the number of potholes on Canberra’s roads.

“Moisture is the kryptonite of roads which causes potholes – we must keep our roads trafficable and safe for all, all year round,” Mr Caltabiano said.

With over 900,000km of roads around the country, Australia houses some of the smartest road technology in the world.

“With some of the best technology in the world, we must maintain our road network to ensure it is a safe running surface for all vehicles,” he said.

To listen to the full interview, click here.

To read the full article in the Canberra Times (pay walled), click here.

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Topics: ARRB News, ARRB, Australian Road Research Board, Pavement, Asphalt, ACT