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£3m spent on road resurfacing in Worcestershire

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Road resurfacing has started across Worcestershire as part of a programme of works worth £3 million.

Ringway, who have been commissioned to carry out repair work by Worcestershire Highways, will fix one hundred miles of road. The work is expected to be completed by August.

Worcestershire County Council has advised motorists to be aware of possible delays and allow extra time for journeys. They are aiming to keep disruption to a minimum.

Speaking to the Droitwich Standard, Jon Fraser, the county council’s highways manager, said: “Our surface dressing programme is now well underway after the exceptional snow and ice over winter we’re looking to get roads back to the best condition they can be as soon as possible.

“We’re grateful for patience from residents and businesses whilst the works are being carried out, and with a little extra caution drivers can be using roads again as soon as the surface dressing has been applied.”


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