TRENTON NJ: The intersection of West state street and Warren street received a makeover that took construction workers approximately 19 days to complete Mayor Reed Gusciora said. The intersection that was dubbed “crater central,” has drawn the ire of residents and commuters alike. Many motorists had to navigate the deep holes in the roadway caused by misplaced bricks. The City’s Public Works Department took advantage of lessened traffic during the Governor’s Stay-At- Home Order to reconstruct the intersection, which took three weeks to complete. The intersection reopened at 2:00Pm to traffic.

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