Council spends £61m on improving Lincolnshire's 5,500 miles of roads
In the past year, the county council has spent £61m on maintaining and improving Lincolnshire’s 5,500 miles of roads.
With that money, the authority has filled 102,830 potholes, maintained 306 traffic lights, gritted 147,364 miles of road, and much more.
Additional improvements are planned for the coming year, with a further £66m earmarked for highways maintenance in 2019/20.
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