The government today outlined plans to help fill more than 3 million potholes as part of a massive investment in the country's local and major roads.
Councils across England have been allocated £168 million of funding from a dedicated Pothole Repair Fund. As a condition of receiving the money local authorities are required to publish monthly progress updates on how many potholes have been repaired.
Lincolnshire is getting a significant share of the fund - £5,429,664, as is North Yorkshire, which is getting £5,176,164. The government believes that is enough to fill around 100 thousand potholes in each of the two counties.
To see how much your local authority has been allocated and how many potholes that is estimated to fill, click here.