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Pothole news

Potholes and poorly maintained roads are always making headlines, which just goes to prove what a major source of heartache they are for the nation's motorists. Below you'll find links to just some of the many news stories on the topic of potholes that appear every week.

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Date: 14/04/2010, Source: thisislincolnshire.co.uk

No end in sight to county's pothole misery

There appears to be no end in sight to the pothole misery facing Lincolnshire motorists after the worst winter in 30 years. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 13/04/2010, Source: Dunstable Today

Pot of money will help fill some holes

Roads damaged by potholes in the Dunstable area are set for a big cash boost following the most prolonged period of severe winter weather in 30 years. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 12/04/2010, Source: V

An answer to the UK's pothole crisis?

Engineering students in Italy have come up with a novel idea to warn road users about the increasing number of potholes appearing on European roads.

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Date: 12/04/2010, Source: Visor Down

An answer to the UK's pothole crisis?

Engineering students in Italy have come up with a novel idea to warn road users about the increasing number of potholes appearing on European roads.

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Date: 10/04/2010, Source: BBC

Leeds services to benefit from extra election money

Money set aside by Leeds council in case the general and local elections were held on different days is to be spent on services in the city. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 10/04/2010, Source: Guardian

Unthinkable? Leaving potholes alone

What better way of stopping cars tearing past school entrances and front doors than the prospect of holes strewn in their path? Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 09/04/2010, Source: Huddersfield Examiner

Huddersfield's potholes – a problem that just won’t go away

They're a problem that just won’t go away. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 09/04/2010, Source: mirror.co.uk

Public say potholes should be top government transport priority

More than half of people think crumbling roads should be the new government's top transport priority. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 09/04/2010, Source: BBC

About 100 pothole reports a day in Worcestershire

The authority said it has repaired 8,300 potholes since the end of the cold weather in January, at a cost of between £200,000 and £300,000. Read this News (opens in new window)

Date: 09/04/2010, Source: Sky News

Poor Road Conditions Driving Motorists Wild

The state of Britain's roads is enraging voters and politicians hoping to get into government must listen up, the RAC Foundation says. Read this News (opens in new window)

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