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Just one in four potholes will disappear in the next 10 years
- Friday February 21, 2020
With the Government pledge for increased Highways Funding, just one in four potholes will disappear in the next 10 years according to a press release from Zurich.
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Zurich reports that:
- ‘Based on current levels of Government investment, research reveals the volume of potholes is set reach 651,000 in the next decade, an increase of 16%
- Almost 100,000 of these will be scattered across the South East
- By 2030 Tyneside will have the second highest number of potholes in the UK at 21,860 compared to just 5,013 in Liverpool
- In 2015, cars drove a total of 226 billion miles on roads in England and Wales. By 2030, this figure is forecast to reach 290 billion putting much greater pressure on road infrastructures
- As a result of climate change frost days are predicted to decline by 10% during the 2020s to just 44 days per year by 2030′.
To view the full press release click here.