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England's road maintenance not cost effective

MPs are warning that 'piece-meal' and 'stop-start' investment in England's road system is making cost-effective maintenance difficult.

The Department for Transport has cut the roads budget, only to make emergency cash injections to deal with problems such as flooding, the Public Accounts Committee said.

The Public Accounts committee also claims that public satisfaction with the condition of highways is at its lowest since 2008.

Richard Westcott reports.

  • 25 Sep 2014
  • From the section UK
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