In the past 12 months, the Department of Transportation filled a record high 400K potholes. But Upper West Side Councilwoman Gale Brewer didn't exactly feel the love: a study commissioned by her office revealed that while 77 percent of the potholes reported to 311 were filled, the calls only represented 50 percent of the total number of potholes in her district, which runs from West 54th to 96th street. A few potholes were even repaired and then deteriorated to their original condition. "It needs to be more carefully monitored, because obviously that's a waste of money," Brewer tells DNAinfo. Better get back to work, Warmy!

Brewer wasn't ready to go all Scott Stringer/conspiracy theory on 311, and it's unclear how many of the 311 reports were from 311Online. The sheer number of potholes is what's irking the Councilwoman: "I don't know if it's a backlog, but there are many local streets that have fallen into a deplorable condition." Her mild shaming campaign seems to be working, as the DOT is scheduled to repave 10 streets altogether. Good news for those terrorist bike riders!