(WICHITA, Kan.) — After every rain storm, Wichita crews head out to the city's dirt roads to fix potholes and ruts. There's 170 miles of dirt roads crews take care of.
After each storm, officials say crews have about five days to grade the roads before they dry out. When that happens, the roads become too dusty and crews need to spray water down.
Currently, the city has eight crews grading the dirt roads. They hope to have all 170 miles of roads grated and flattened by the end of the week.Wichita crews are working to grade dirt roads