DOT expected to fill 100,000 potholes this spring

The Department of Transportation is expected to fill potholes all over the state between now and June.

The Department of Transportation is expected to fill potholes all over the state between now and June. (3/20/13)

EDISON - The spring thaw means it's pothole season in New Jersey.

Department of Transportation officials say six machines that pour hot asphalt into craters will be used all over the state during the height of pothole season. More than 100,000 potholes are expected to be filled on state roads between now and the end of June.

The state says the pothole problems this year is about average.
 

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