It’s Street Paving Season in Trenton!
The end of winter is such a wonderful thing, the cold temperatures disappear and everyone seems just a little bit happier. However, someone that's not happy is your car (yes, your car has feelings too), driving over all those potholes and uneven roads. It's not good for your tires or your undercarriage at all.
According to the City of Trenton's website, the city of Trenton will be paving 59 streets in desperate need of repair. On Monday, Mayor Reed Gusciora put on a hard hat and helped workers start to pave Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard at Southard Street. He looked like he had a lot of fun! Mayor Gusciora said they received more than $1 million from the Transportation Trust Fund and that this money will go along way in repairing the city's streets.
So what did this mean if you live in an area that paving will be taking place? Closures and delays are to be expected, and you can refer to the City's website for the full list of roads being repaired. However, try and be patient, because it's all for a good cause and soon the roads that have been wrecking your car, may soon be fixed.