The axle-killing potholes and front-end-scraping dips are gone, and the final touches on a makeover were underway at a key Red Bank intersection Tuesday.
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New light stanchions being installed last month, and the intersection as it appeared in April, 2018. (Photos by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
Closing out a project that’s been talked about for at least five years, the intersection of Broad Street and East Bergen Place reached a hallelujah milestone Tuesday as a work crew poured cement for sidewalk ramps, leaving little more than cosmetic touches remaining on the punchlist.
The Monmouth County project ties into a $1.35 million borough rebuilding of East Bergen Place from Branch Avenue to Maple Avenue that lasted a year and itself wrapped up in June, 2019.