Guernsey Deputy calls for pothole work
More needs to be done to tackle Guernsey's pothole problem, according to a deputy who worked on the transport policy.
Barry Brehaut said he could not remember the condition of the roads ever being as bad as it was now.
He said: "It is becoming increasingly dangerous for cyclists on most main roads and lanes."
Public Services Deputy Minister Scott Ogier said there was a pothole problem but it was not getting worse.
He said the Public Services Department was working to address the large number of potholes in the island.
Deputy Ogier said about £2.5m was spent on resurfacing work each year.