If they can't be fixed, more visible potholes are better than nothing
The duo will test the ideas in the Italian city of Rho this spring – a small-scale trial to examine costs and benefits. If that's successful, the next stage would be figuring out a new process for making road surfaces in order to create a 'skin' on top and a contrasting 'flesh' below. And the stage after that, as far as we're concerned, would be how to keep pothole-laden streets from turning into slalom courses as drivers try not to connect the dots.
[Source: New York Times via Kicking Tires]
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