By John Dodge

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicagoans hear a lot about potholes and how the city is filling thousands of them to make the streets safer for motorists.

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What about the sidewalks? Many of them are in bad shape, too.

That’s where DePaul journalism students enter the picture.

They have a website, called The Chicago Stumbler, that documents poor sidewalks near Chicago Red Line L stops.

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The site features dozens of photos of decaying sidewalks and a map that documents the locations.

The project was inspired by The Stumblr, a sidewalks blog by Voice of San Diego.

The Chicago Department of Transportation is responsible for repairing hundreds of miles of the city’s sidewalks.

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If you see a sidewalk that is need of attention, tweet it to @redlineproject and call the city at 311.