Ten teams of highways staff from East Riding of Yorkshire Council are carrying out repairs to the road network across the area following the big freeze.
From Monday, this will increase to 14 teams as the council responds to reports of damage to the East Riding’s 3,500km (2,100 miles) of roads.
Councillor Matthew Grove, portfolio holder for highways and emergency planning, said: “December’s weather was among the most severe on record and it has taken a toll on our roads. We are allocating additional resources in responding to the damage.
“Our highways engineers are continually inspecting the network and updating our schedule of repairs and including those reports from members of the public.
“To repair the entire network is likely to take some time, even if the severe weather doesn’t return and cause further damage and hamper the repair work.”
Potholes or surface damage to roads can be reported to the council’s streetscene team on 0845 6001666 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Picture: Cherry Tree Lane, Beverley where the road is littered with Potholes
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