Crews patch up thousands of NJ potholes this fiscal year

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An impressive numbers of potholes have been patched up across the state this year.

According to the Department of Transportation, crews have filled 66,000 potholes in the fiscal year that began in July.

But for now, many asphalt plants are shut down for the winter, so drivers could expect to see more potholes once the weather heats up.

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