Work to improve a challenging five-way, triangular intersection in Newtown continues. South Main Street is being shifted, leveled and graded to increase sight lines and provide easier, extended passing opportunities for southbound Route 25 travelers. Newtown state Representative Mitch Bolinsky says the confusing intersection of Pecks Lane and Prospect Drive is being removed in favor of a new, right-angle intersection of Pecks and South Main, just south of the existing road. Bolinsky says this state project will make a big difference in visibility, traffic flow and safety. The project is slated for completion in mid-November.