After nearly two years, Baltimore County crews have finished repairing a water line on Kenilworth Drive.
Paving restoration for the road will take place this fall, according to the Baltimore County website.
A Baltimore County Department of Public Works spokesman said in May that the project, which began early last year, was slated for completion by the end of the summer.
A 2010 inspection of the 7,432-foot line found 32 damaged pieces. The line also serves Lutherville, Timonium, Cockeysville and Sparks.