A pothole campaigner claims he's forced Northamptonshire County Council to carry out a million pounds worth of repairs since he began his initiative.
Mark Morrell, known locally as "Mr Pothole" has been lobbying for two years and has highlighted the problem of potholes right across the county.
Millions of pounds of government money is heading for our region to help repair potholes.
Councils across the country will receive a one-off cash injection, after recent harsh winters left road repairs in some areas running into millions of pounds.
It's good news in particular for those in Northamptonshire. The council there's been allocated one of the highest shares in the country.
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There's a warning that many of our local roads could become "unsuable" if councils aren't given more money to fix potholes.
The Local Government Association says around one in five of our roads are classed as being in a poor condition, and would not be able to stand another severe winter.
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The Local Government Association has witten to the Treasury asking for more money to repair potholes.
Damage to our roads is costing businesses around £5 billion a year and some local roads might have to close unless more Government money is made available for resurfacing, said the LGA.
It added: "Further severe weather could now lead to a tipping point in many areas where roads will become so damaged they will have to close."
The LGA has written to Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander asking him to provide greater capital funding for road maintenance.
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Two new pot hole hit squads are being set up in Bedford to repair damage to the town's roads.
The council says the cold winter has taken its toll.
The two teams will work alongside an existing pot hole hit squad which has so far carried out seven and a half thousand road repairs in Bedford.
Essex County Council has put aside £11m pounds for pothole repairs, after extreme weather damaged the surface of many of the county's roads.