The potholes of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is home to 90 neighborhoods, each with its own topography. A PublicSource analysis revealed that some neighborhoods waited longer than others for its pothole complaints to be resolved.

Toggle back and forth with the tabs below to see how your neighborhood shaped up!

 

This map shows the average workdays* for each neighborhood. We calculated both average and median so you can choose for yourself which is more accurate representation of the data.

*Workdays exclude weekends and holidays. Unidentifiable neighborhoods and unresolved complaints are excluded.
Source: Pittsburgh’s 311 Call Center, Pittsburgh Planning Office

This map shows the median workdays* for each neighborhood. We calculated both average and median so you can choose for yourself which is a more accurate representation of the data.

*Workdays exclude weekends and holidays. Unidentifiable neighborhoods and unresolved complaints are excluded.
Source: Pittsburgh’s 311 Call Center, Pittsburgh Planning Office

Which neighborhood logged the largest number of complaints? Each number is the total of complaints over the last six years.

*Workdays exclude weekends and holidays. Unidentifiable neighborhoods and unresolved complaints are excluded.
Source: Pittsburgh’s 311 Call Center, Pittsburgh Planning Office