In his bid to be the next Public Advocate, Andrew Rasiej has created a website, We Fix NYC that will track and document potholes," to build a photographic map of where they are and how long it's taking the city to fix them." People can email photos of potholes (here's the address) and their locations (plus whether or not they've been fixed), which will then go up on a Google Map. As Gothamist loves potholes, you can be sure that we've been crossing streets too slowly as we try to capture them with our cameras (but we're being careful). There's even a page to document electrical hazards.

Gothamist on the pothole blitz, whether the blitz is working, and a huge street sinkhole. And our interview with Rasiej.