Among councils to get an extra slice of money set aside to mend potholes is Northamptonshire, which will get £3.3 million after it set up systems to track pothole repairs in real time, allowing it to deploy teams and co-ordinate work more effectively.
Potholes are the bane of all our lives and the funding announced today is an important step in ridding our roads of this menace.
But it is only one part of a massive programme of investment to get our country up to speed as part of this government's long term economic plan.
By building, repairing and renewing our key infrastructure we will ensure the future growth and prosperity of this country.
Hampshire, where new pothole-fixing equipment can be converted to salt icy roads in winter, gets around £6 million, while Lancashire will receive £4.9 million.
Some £10 million is also earmarked for London, the Department for Transport said. The money must be used to repair potholes or ensure that they do not appear in the first place. Councils will also have to publish updates on works every three months, and all work has to be completed by March 2015.
More top news
The US president enjoyed rousing support for his political agenda as a formerly hostile audience cheered his plans in office to the rafters.
The former leader said the party needed to learn lessons after his successor Paul Nuttall failed to unseat Labour in a hard-fought campaign.
Toddler Harry Studley was left blind in one eye after Jordan Walters, 25, shot him in the head with an air rifle last year.