England's "model" councils will get a greater share of a multi-million pound fund being set aside to repair the country's potholes. Around £18m will be spent in the North West as part of the biggest investment in roads since the 1970s.
In total The Government has set aside £168 million to mend the nation's broken roads. Each council will get a share, but extra will be given to those which demonstrate "best practice in highways maintenance", including bringing in specialist machinery or setting up dedicated repair teams.
Among these, Lancashire council will receive £4.9 million. Councils will also have to publish updates on works every three months so residents can see how repairs are progressing, and all work has to be completed by March 2015.
Councils across the North West will get a share of almost £170m to fix pot holes. It's part of the biggest investment in roads since the 1970s. Amongst those receiving cash are Manchester who will get £750k and Liverpool around £600k.
Click here for an interactive map highlighting which councils will get funds and just how much will be spent.