Esther and Marty Golden won’t have to look at the cracks on 153rd Avenue much longer.
The Department of Transportation, responding to an inquiry about the poor condition of the corridor, said on Tuesday it’s preparing to fix holes along that stretch of road — but stopped short of saying it will receive a total makeover.
“DOT will make pothole repairs as needed and we will review the street to see if resurfacing in the future is warranted for the corridor,” an agency spokeswoman said in an email.
The Goldens, who live in a co-op on 153rd Avenue, told the Queens Chronicle the road has been a safety hazard for the past couple of months.
“I haven’t fallen but I have tripped on it,” Esther Golden, a 35-year resident of the community, said pointing to several cracks and holes along the road.
She said the street has been in bad shape for a few months but the onslaught of ice and snow this winter exaggerated the problem.