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  • Solving Mumbai’s pothole problem
  • Solving Mumbai’s pothole problem
    Pothole Watch (2014) ©
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Solving Mumbai’s pothole problem

LEGO figures dive into them and Superman and Wonder Woman hang out in them. These are the infamous Mumbai potholes, and The Fill in the Potholes Project wants to draw the attention of local government by attaching stories to some of the city’s worst.

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