Budget-busting potholes pop up across New Jersey in record numbers

The New Jersey Department of Transportation says it

The New Jersey Department of Transportation says it filled more than twice as many potholes this January than last year. (February 18, 2014 10:36 PM)

This year's unrelenting winter is taking its toll on roads and highways, creating dangerous conditions across the state.

The New Jersey Department of Transportation says it filled more than twice as many potholes this January than last year. In January 2013, the agency filled 12,236 potholes. This year, it filled 25,636.

In Woodbridge, officials say those repairs are taking a big bite...

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