CLEVELAND -- The unusually brutal winter continues to wreak havoc on the roads. Our 'Pothole Patrol' has been driving around in search of some of the worst places.

Last time we visited Fulton and Ridge roads, huge potholes blanketed the roads.

Today they're still bad, as drivers carefully avoid them.

Not much better at West 117th Street and Triskett Road.

It didn't look like repair crews visited the area since we did last month.

But there are two locations that have remained almost pothole-free.

They include Lee and Miles roads and Denison and Lorain avenues.

But the repairs at Fulton Road and Denison Avenue are not holding up very well.

Drivers are fed up.

"The City of Cleveland is neglecting the streets. I haven't seen them out here. The potholes haven't changed. They're getting worse," said driver Hoffa Assad.

You can let us know about any potholes in your area on our WKYC Pothole Patrol Facebook Page

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