On Monday, May 11that 2 p.m., Mayor W. Reed Gusciora will officiate the reopening of the ‘bricked’ intersection of Warren and West State Street that has been in repair for the last seven years.
The intersection, dubbed “crater central,” has created havoc for residents and commuters who have had to navigate the deep holes in the roadway caused by misplaced bricks. The recent lows in traffic allowed the City’s Public Works Department to expedite efforts during the Governor’s Stay-At-Home Order to reconstruct the intersection. The construction took three weeks to complete.
Below are some of the ‘Before’ photos of the intersection:
The re-opening will occur at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, May 11th
Who: Mayor W. Reed Gusciora, Director of Public Works Wally Onitiri
What: Re-opening of West State Street and Warren Street intersection
Where: Corner of West State Street and Warren Street
Why: To officially reopen the roadway after completion of long sought-after road repair project
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