Department of Transportation to repave pothole-ridden 86th Street in Bensonhurst

The Department of Transportation has made a promise to repave one of the most pothole-ridden roads in the borough. The DOT says it will overhaul

Crews will tackle the road between 14th Avenue

Crews will tackle the road between 14th Avenue and Stillwell Avenue this summer.

BROOKLYN - The Department of Transportation has made a promise to repave one of the most pothole-ridden roads in the borough. 

The DOT says it will overhaul a major portion of 86th Street in Bensonhurst that has been damaging cars and causing headaches for drivers following a harsh winter. 

Crews will tackle the road between 14th Avenue and Stillwell Avenue during overnight hours in three separate segments beginning in August. 

The repair plan comes after a number of residents complained to Councilman Mark Treyger and Assemblyman Bill Colton.

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