The first £50 million of the £250 million Pothole Action Fund has been allocated to councils in England, outside London. The fund will fix over 4 million potholes across the country by 2021.

Hartlepool

Hartlepool is receiving £64,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,208 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Hartlepool will receive £1,086,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Middlesbrough

Middlesbrough is receiving £71,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,340 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Middlesbrough will receive £1,679,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Redcar and Cleveland

Redcar and Cleveland is receiving £121,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,283 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Redcar and Cleveland will receive £1,937,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Stockton-on-Tees

Stockton-on-Tees is receiving £116,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,189 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Stockton-on-Tees will receive £2,365,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Darlington

Darlington is receiving £92,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,736 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Darlington will receive £1,593,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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County Durham

County Durham is receiving £784,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 14,792 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, County Durham will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Northumberland

Northumberland is receiving £1,111,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 20,962 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Northumberland will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Gateshead

Gateshead is receiving £143,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,698 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Gateshead will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne is receiving £152,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,868 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Newcastle upon Tyne will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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North Tyneside

North Tyneside is receiving £138,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,604 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, North Tyneside will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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South Tyneside

South Tyneside is receiving £100,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,887 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, South Tyneside will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Sunderland

Sunderland is receiving £184,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,472 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Sunderland will receive a proportion of £38,408,000 allocated to the North East Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Warrington

Warrington is receiving £161,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,038 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Warrington will receive £2,929,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Blackburn with Darwen

Blackburn with Darwen is receiving £85,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,604 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Blackburn with Darwen will receive £1,768,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Blackpool

Blackpool is receiving £77,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,453 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Blackpool will receive £1,101,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Cheshire East

Cheshire East is receiving £534,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 10,075 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Cheshire East will receive £9,580,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Cheshire West and Chester

Cheshire West and Chester is receiving £448,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 8,453 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Cheshire West and Chester will receive £7,290,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Cumbria

Cumbria is receiving £1,444,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 27,245 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Cumbria will receive £24,826,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Lancashire

Lancashire is receiving £1,241,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 23,415 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Lancashire will receive £21,154,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bolton

Bolton is receiving £170,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,208 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bolton will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bury

Bury is receiving £105,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,981 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bury will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Manchester

Manchester is receiving £209,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,943 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Manchester will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Oldham

Oldham is receiving £137,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,585 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Oldham will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Rochdale

Rochdale is receiving £121,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,283 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Rochdale will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Salford

Salford is receiving £137,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,585 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Salford will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Stockport

Stockport is receiving £151,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,849 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Stockport will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Tameside

Tameside is receiving £117,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,208 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Tameside will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Trafford

Trafford is receiving £137,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,585 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Trafford will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wigan

Wigan is receiving £195,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,679 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wigan will receive a proportion of £25,649,000 allocated to the Greater Manchester Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Halton

Halton is receiving £101,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,906 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Halton will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Knowsley

Knowsley is receiving £107,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,019 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Knowsley will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Liverpool

Liverpool is receiving £229,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,321 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Liverpool will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Sefton

Sefton is receiving £155,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,925 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Sefton will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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St. Helens

St. Helens is receiving £143,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,698 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, St. Helens will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wirral

Wirral is receiving £206,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,887 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wirral will receive a proportion of £15,506,000 allocated to the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Kingston upon Hull

Kingston upon Hull is receiving £87,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,642 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Kingston upon Hull will receive £2,064,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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East Riding of Yorkshire

East Riding of Yorkshire is receiving £690,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 13,019 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, East Riding of Yorkshire will receive £10,127,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire is receiving £113,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,132 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, North East Lincolnshire will receive £1,829,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire is receiving £318,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 6,000 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, North Lincolnshire will receive £4,218,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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York

York is receiving £120,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,264 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, York will receive £2,081,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire is receiving £1,637,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 30,887 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, North Yorkshire will receive £27,182,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Barnsley

Barnsley is receiving £218,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,113 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Barnsley will receive a proportion of £11,522,000 allocated to the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Doncaster

Doncaster is receiving £250,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,717 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Doncaster will receive a proportion of £11,522,000 allocated to the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Rotherham

Rotherham is receiving £229,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,321 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Rotherham will receive a proportion of £11,522,000 allocated to the Sheffield City Region Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Sheffield

Sheffield receive alternative funding through a highways maintenance private finance initiative.

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Bradford

Bradford is receiving £299,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 5,642 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bradford will receive a proportion of £26,782,000 allocated to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Calderdale

Calderdale is receiving £187,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,528 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Calderdale will receive a proportion of £26,782,000 allocated to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Kirklees

Kirklees is receiving £325,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 6,132 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Kirklees will receive a proportion of £26,782,000 allocated to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Leeds

Leeds is receiving £475,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 8,962 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Leeds will receive a proportion of £26,782,000 allocated to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wakefield

Wakefield is receiving £272,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 5,132 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wakefield will receive a proportion of £26,782,000 allocated to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Derby

Derby is receiving £96,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,811 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Derby will receive £2,030,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Leicester

Leicester is receiving £119,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,245 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Leicester will receive £2,395,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Rutland

Rutland is receiving £106,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,000 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Rutland will receive £1,748,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Nottingham

Nottingham is receiving £117,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,208 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Nottingham will receive £2,031,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Derbyshire

Derbyshire is receiving £1,106,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 20,868 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Derbyshire will receive £17,401,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Leicestershire

Leicestershire is receiving £717,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 13,528 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Leicestershire will receive £13,036,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire is receiving £1,804,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 34,038 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Lincolnshire will receive £28,431,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire is receiving £711,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 13,415 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Northamptonshire will receive £14,004,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire is receiving £839,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 15,830 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Nottinghamshire will receive £13,679,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Herefordshire

Herefordshire is receiving £674,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 12,717 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Herefordshire will receive £10,564,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Telford and Wrekin

Telford and Wrekin is receiving £176,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,321 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Telford and Wrekin will receive £3,165,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Stoke-on-Trent

Stoke-on-Trent is receiving £129,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,434 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Stoke-on-Trent will receive £2,182,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Shropshire

Shropshire is receiving £1,036,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 19,547 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Shropshire will receive £15,124,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Staffordshire

Staffordshire is receiving £1,069,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 20,170 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Staffordshire will receive £18,405,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Warwickshire

Warwickshire is receiving £832,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 15,698 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Warwickshire will receive £11,873,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Worcestershire

Worcestershire is receiving £894,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 16,868 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Worcestershire will receive £13,758,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Birmingham

Birmingham receive alternative funding through a highways maintenance private finance initiative.

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Coventry

Coventry is receiving £154,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,906 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Coventry will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Dudley

Dudley is receiving £172,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,245 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Dudley will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Sandwell

Sandwell is receiving £160,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,019 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Sandwell will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Solihull

Solihull is receiving £159,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,000 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Solihull will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Walsall

Walsall is receiving £140,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,642 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Walsall will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is receiving £110,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,075 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wolverhampton will receive a proportion of £14,938,000 allocated to the West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Peterborough

Peterborough is receiving £175,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,302 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Peterborough will receive £3,174,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Luton

Luton is receiving £59,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,113 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Luton will receive £1,254,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Southend-on-Sea

Southend-on-Sea is receiving £65,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,226 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Southend-on-Sea will receive £1,277,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Thurrock

Thurrock is receiving £110,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,075 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Thurrock will receive £1,827,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bedford

Bedford is receiving £137,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,585 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bedford will receive £2,737,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Central Bedfordshire

Central Bedfordshire is receiving £244,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,604 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Central Bedfordshire will receive £4,086,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire is receiving £973,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 18,358 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Cambridgeshire will receive £13,758,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Essex

Essex is receiving £1,500,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 28,302 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Essex will receive £22,529,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Hertfordshire

Hertfordshire is receiving £943,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 17,792 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Hertfordshire will receive £16,322,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Norfolk

Norfolk is receiving £1,616,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 30,491 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Norfolk will receive £26,253,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Suffolk

Suffolk is receiving £1,384,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 26,113 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Suffolk will receive £19,999,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Medway

Medway is receiving £135,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,547 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Medway will receive £2,333,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bracknell Forest

Bracknell Forest is receiving £101,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,906 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bracknell Forest will receive £1,560,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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West Berkshire

West Berkshire is receiving £217,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 4,094 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, West Berkshire will receive £3,955,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Reading

Reading is receiving £60,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,132 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Reading will receive £1,350,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Slough

Slough is receiving £43,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 811 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Slough will receive £829,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Windsor and Maidenhead

Windsor and Maidenhead is receiving £145,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,736 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Windsor and Maidenhead will receive £1,997,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wokingham

Wokingham is receiving £159,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,000 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wokingham will receive £2,434,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is receiving £168,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,170 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Milton Keynes will receive £4,696,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove is receiving £93,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,755 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Brighton and Hove will receive £2,404,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Portsmouth

Portsmouth is receiving £76,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,434 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Portsmouth will receive £1,311,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Southampton

Southampton is receiving £80,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,509 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Southampton will receive £1,562,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight receive alternative funding through a highways maintenance private finance initiative.

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Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is receiving £546,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 10,302 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Buckinghamshire will receive £9,626,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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East Sussex

East Sussex is receiving £642,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 12,113 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, East Sussex will receive £9,746,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Hampshire

Hampshire is receiving £1,488,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 28,075 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Hampshire will receive £24,591,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Kent

Kent is receiving £1,473,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 27,792 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Kent will receive £25,006,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire is receiving £1,036,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 19,547 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Oxfordshire will receive £15,305,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Surrey

Surrey is receiving £1,033,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 19,491 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Surrey will receive £15,323,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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West Sussex

West Sussex is receiving £841,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 15,868 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, West Sussex will receive £12,581,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bath and North East Somerset

Bath and North East Somerset is receiving £176,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,321 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bath and North East Somerset will receive £3,457,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bristol

Bristol is receiving £186,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,509 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bristol will receive £3,568,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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North Somerset

North Somerset is receiving £199,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,755 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, North Somerset will receive £3,678,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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South Gloucestershire

South Gloucestershire is receiving £275,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 5,189 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, South Gloucestershire will receive £4,657,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Plymouth

Plymouth is receiving £112,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 2,113 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Plymouth will receive £2,132,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Torbay

Torbay is receiving £71,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,340 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Torbay will receive £1,337,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Bournemouth

Bournemouth is receiving £73,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,377 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Bournemouth will receive £1,332,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Poole

Poole is receiving £91,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 1,717 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Poole will receive £1,467,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Swindon

Swindon is receiving £163,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 3,075 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Swindon will receive £2,566,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Cornwall

Cornwall is receiving £1,267,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 23,906 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Cornwall will receive £20,796,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Wiltshire

Wiltshire is receiving £866,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 16,340 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Wiltshire will receive £15,217,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Devon

Devon is receiving £1,952,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 36,830 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Devon will receive £38,785,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Dorset

Dorset is receiving £817,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 15,415 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Dorset will receive £12,750,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is receiving £1,006,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 18,981 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Gloucestershire will receive £16,349,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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Somerset

Somerset is receiving £1,177,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 22,208 potholes in the next 12 months.

In total, Somerset will receive £20,640,000 in 2016/17 as part of the government’s £6.1 billion investment for local road maintenance by 2020/21. Local highway authorities decide how this money is spent, including upgrades to road surfacing, bridges, street lighting and other local road maintenance projects that improve journeys for motorists and cyclists.

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