New Jersey DOT Works to Avoid Becoming Garbage State

In the last year, DOT workers have painted over nearly 23,000 square yards of graffiti and picked up nearly 6 million pounds of litter, often with the help of inmates, state transportation officials said. The state also has revived its Adopt-A-Highway program.
June 12, 2012

In the last year, DOT workers have painted over nearly 23,000 square yards of graffiti and picked up nearly 6 million pounds of litter, often with the help of inmates, state transportation officials said. The state also has revived its Adopt-A-Highway program.

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