Harrogate residents have slammed the ‘embarrassing’ state of the town’s roads and warned the government’s £1.6m funding will not be enough to fix them.
Last week, the Department for Transport allocated £1.6m for pothole repairs across North Yorkshire’s 9,000km road network this year.
We asked readers what should be done. Have your say on our Facebook page.
“Don’t forget North Yorkshire has more roads than Belgium. We should have equal road budgets with them.”
“Don’t set me off on this subject! I’ve cracked alloys and broken suspension thanks to the Harrogate roads”
“Beckwith Road is terrible! Roundabout end is so un even!”
“I want the job of the person who goes round with a white spray can. I would mark a lot more pot holes!”
“No need to worry about the cost, just organise a Royal visit and a cycle race ,and those areas will be sorted!”