The West Midlands Integrated Transport Authority will get a total of £85,055,000 to tackle its potholes.
In the West Midlands region, the funds include the following local authorities:
This is a part of the total £6 billion funds of announced today by the Department for Transport (DfT) for improving local roads between 2015 to 2021. It aims to help English local authorities fix 18 million potholes with these funds.
Over £4.7bn will be shared between 115 councils, while a further £575m will be available through a challenge fund for maintaining infrastructure such as junctions, bridges and street lighting.
Birmingham City Council is not included for these funds as:
“highways maintenance for this authority is provided through a Highways Maintenance Private Finance Initiative “
An interactive map on the DfT website gives more details of funds in each region.