Motorists in the town of Jackson were delighted yesterday to discover traffic patterns had returned to normal on west Broadway with the completion of the repaving of several blocks of the four-lanes into town. Not only are all four lanes restored on Broadway, but Pearl Street has been returned to a two-way street again. Meanwhile, Wyoming Department of Transportation Spokesperson Stephanie Harsha says the construction of two islands and some other miscellaneous clean-up work will be resumed next spring to bring the entire project to conclusion. The project will also be finished out with street lights and some trees. Work on the stretch of the street from the intersection with Pearl Street to Jackson Street was launched on August 21st and targeted for completion by the latter part of November.