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How do I report a broken street light?
How do I report a broken or missing street sign?
How do I report a pothole?
How can I learn about E-ZPass?

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How do I report a broken street light?
Complaints concerning streetlights should be reported to the New York City complaint number, 311, or by filling out the Street Light Repair Request Form. After completing the online form, you will receive a work order number that can be used to check the status of repairs. Complaints can be reported 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Street Light Repair Request Form



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How do I report a broken or missing street sign?
Complaints concerning signs which are missing, illegible, or vandalized should be reported to the New York City Call Center, 311, or fill out the Traffic Sign Repair Request Form.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Traffic Sign Complaints



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How do I report a pothole?
Use the Department of Transportation's online pothole complaint form.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
Pothole Complaint Form



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How can I learn about E-ZPass?
Visit the official Web site of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to learn about the E-ZPass program, terms and conditions and more.

NYC.gov and Other Resources:
E-ZPass - MTA



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