Extra cash for Cambridgeshire’s pot holes not enough as council says highways are priority

Published by
Fenland Citizen

An extra £3.6m has been given to help tackle pot holes littering the county’s roads – but council chiefs are warning it’s not enough. Cambridgeshire County Council has welcomed an additional £3.6m to repair potholes on its roads, on top of £8.3m already expected and planned for but warned that it won’t be enough to keep pace with either inflation, or decades of highway decline. After members outlined initiatives to try to get ahead of road maintenance problems – including the use of artificial intelligence technology to survey roads and identify minor issues before they develop into highway fa…

Read More

See also  Amazon Has a New Way to Get You Your Order (It's a Little Scary)

Leave a Reply