It’s that time of year...when the weather’s freeze-thaw pattern causes deep caverns to form on city streets and state highways. Potholes are ubiquitous almost everywhere but in the high country, the weather’s more extreme so the roads are ripe for ripping open. Aspen Public Radio’s Marci Krivonen reports.
It’s the morning rush hour on West Main Street in Aspen. Buses, cars and construction vehicles stream into town.
Reporter: "So this is the problem area?"