More Than 7,000 Complaints About State of North Yorkshire's Roads
7:34am 20th August 2013
There have been 7,074 complaints about the state of North Yorkshire's roads in the last year.
Figures for 2012/13 are being examined by the county council today as the authority monitors its performance.
£17 million will be spent this year on repairing the damage caused to roads by flooding and the cold winter.
So far £8 million has already been spent with £9 million to be spent on roadworks over the rest of the year.
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