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READERS' POLL: An extra £13.7million for road repairs... but they still won't be up to standard




The Department for Transport has revealed Lincolnshire's share of the £420million of roads funding announced in the Budget.

Within the East Midlands, Lincolnshire was given the biggest funding boost, netting almost a third of the money granted to the region.

Coun Richard Davies, executive member for highways, said: “Last year's nightmare winter and the long-hot summer have both taken their toll on the roads, and this £13.7m will help us undo some of the damage.


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