Highways maintenance backlog falls to £9bn

By Dominic Browne | 20 March 2018

The estimated highways maintenance backlog has fallen by almost 23% this year to £9.3bn from £12bn.

Figures compiled as part of the Annual Local Authority Road Maintenance (ALARM) survey represent the best result for local authorities in roughly a decade.

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