New York's infrastructure system is rather demanding. The next time you sit on the train, just think about what it took to restart the metro system after Sandy.
The guys from Tumblr spent a day with one of the teams of New York City's pothole repair crew. These people got rid of 2,500 tons of debris after Snowpocalypse Sandy, and also fixed more than 30,000 potholes since the storm.
You can follow their work at The Daily Pothole, and also give them a shout if the tarmac in your street looks like it came from a war zone. They are almost as affective as Ron Swanson, and that's quite an achievement. All they need is a more impressive moustache, or someone like Leslie Knope. We would recommend the moustache...
Hat tip to Stipistop, a Hungarian blog that shows the world through our vehicles.