The Daily Pothole is a blog tracking the number of potholes filled each day in New York City. It's published by NYC DOT workers who call themselves the "pothole gang": this is the core group who track the potholes on a mega-spreadsheet and dispatch workers to fix them. And there's a lot to be done; on January 7 alone the site reported that 1,325 potholes were repaired. Last year, more than 200,000 potholes were repaired. This is a busy, tough job. Here's a short film following six members of a pothole crew for a quick look into how it works.
If you're in New York and see a pothole, call 3-1-1 to report it. Or just report it online from your internet phone.
A tangentially related NYC pothole story: on February 7, 2011 someone uploaded a video showing bad potholes on Seaman Avenue & Beak Street, saying that they could take "months" to be filled in. Two days later, the uploader reported that the potholes had been fixed. Perhaps those were some of the reported 4,312 potholes repaired that day and reported on The Daily Pothole.
(Via The Kid Should See This.)