Commuters are waiting for their morning coffee before work. They're still working on this Wawa. This Wawa on Lanes Mill Road in Brick has been closed for well over a year and a half.

For everyone that commutes from Brick and gets on the Garden State Parkway, they've been missing their Wawa at this location.

Will the new Wawa on Lanes Mill Road in Brick have gas pumps?

Yes, the reconstruction of this Wawa recently started this year and according to app.com, this Wawa will now have gas pumps.

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When will this Wawa on Lanes Mill Road in Brick open?

There is no grand opening date set, yet according to wawa.com. But, there are other grand openings of the most popular convenience store in New Jersey, Wawa. The other locations opening soon in New Jersey are North Bergen, Vineland, and Egg Harbor City.

According to scraphero.com, New Jersey has the most Wawa locations in the United States with 273 stores throughout the state.

It doesn't matter if a Wawa is on every corner, it's always busy. If I stop by my Wawa at 4:30 am, it's crowded. Wawa is constantly busy and it doesn't matter if we would have 500 in the state of New Jersey it would be crowded.

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Across the street from the reconstruction of the Wawa, the Shell station looks like it's ready to open any day. We're waiting on a Grand Opening date for that location.

There is no grand opening date set at this location on Lanes Mills Road. Wawa is always hiring, click here for more information.

As you can see in the pictures of the reconstruction of the "new" Wawa, it will be a little larger and there's extra space for gas pumps. And, if you look closely, the old building has been completely knocked down.

The Wawa Reconstruction Pictures on Lanes Mill Road in Brick, NJ

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