Road improvements ‘miles ahead of schedule’

Councillor Ian Swithenbank with jet patcher operator Stephen Waterstone filling in a pothole. Picture Jane Coltman

Councillor Ian Swithenbank with jet patcher operator Stephen Waterstone filling in a pothole. Picture Jane Coltman

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A scheme to improve Northumberland’s road surfaces has proved so productive, work is already starting on projects planned for next year, the county council has said.

Around 34 miles of Northumberland’s roads were initially targeted for improvement in the authority’s annual surface dressing programme, back in May.

The surface dressing works, covering approximately 300,000 square metres of carriageway, were due to be complete in August as part of the council’s programme of highways Improvements.

 

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