On Tuesday, the green light was given for the makeover plan of the hard-to-navigate Garden State Parkway Interchange.

The winning spot being redone is Exit 109 in Middletown where the Parkway intersects with Newman Springs Road.

Currently, drivers must take a jug handle, make a left on Newman Springs Rd west, and then take the Parkway on-ramp to enter the Northbound side.

Well all of that is going away and instead, there is going to be a brand new ramp with direct access to the Parkway Northbound Side.

Construction is set to start in a few months and is hopefully going to be completed by the Spring of 2020. Luckily, no long term lane closures are necessary for this project.

Check out the full story at NJ.com.

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