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In all, 1,620 miles of city streets have been repaved since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office in 2011.

Norwood Park »

The repairs will start at 11 a.m. Thursday on the inbound Kennedy Expy.

Midway »

More than 56,000 potholes have already been filled thanks to a nearly snow-free winter, officials said.

Downtown »

The city fills the worst potholes first, instead of focusing on preventative measures, report says.

Uptown »

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Jefferson Park »

Jim Bachor said he will begin filling potholes with mosaics once the weather warms up.

Gold Coast »

Yet Bita Buenrostro's civic service could conceivably put her in hot water with the city.

Downtown »

So far in 2014, city crews have filled more than 750,000 potholes.

Bronzeville »

The state money will be used to resurface nine miles of streets plus patch 150 blocks, officials said.

Irving Park »

Buy authentic Chicago pothole paraphernalia, or name a pothole after a friend or foe on the website.

Downtown »

The city will repair an additional 13 miles of arterial streets after this powerful winter.

Gage Park »

Ald. JoAnn Thompson proclaimed construction season open.

West Loop »

The city has spent about $2.1 million fixing more than 175,000 potholes so far this year, officials said.

West Loop »

The city braced for flooding and prepared an expanded paving program for pothole repair.