A new round of funding has been set aside to repair roads across North Yorkshire.
Following a £24 million government grant and an additional £10 million pledged last month for pothole repair, a further £15 million is being spent on essential road repairs in the county.
The County Council say around half of the most recent allocation comes from the Department for Transport, with the remainder being invested by the council.
They say the extra funding should secure a programme of highway maintenance through to 2021.
This year a total of £50 million has been set aside for the county's roads.