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.
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