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Deep dip in northbound side of Westshore runs across the street east to west.
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City of Richardson
Thanks for posting this problem. A few cities, including Richardson, have been great about getting repairs made after issue have been reported to this site. It looks like this issue would have been assigned to the Street Division for repairs. I'm happy to follow up with the city and close out this issue once it's repaired. At that time, we can close this issue.
Thanks for being a concerned citizen!
Dallas Morning News
Problem Solver | Eye About Town
After further review by our street repair crew, no issue was found on the section of roadway that was identified due to a lack of specific location. We encourage you to contact Travis Switzer, Assistant Director of Public Services, at 972-744-4220 with additional information so that we can address your concerns.
Driving north on West Shore Drive from Arapaho Road at the speed limit, open your mouth just enough to stick your tongue out. When your tongue begins to bleed, you've just passed the location in question. It's right across from the elementary school, just near the school zone sign on the south end.
I noticed that the dip was filled in on June 13, so even though seeclickfix didn't work, I thank you for fixing the problem anyway.
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