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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th March 2014 2:00pm
Given the poor state of many local road surfaces, the good people at Transport for Buckinghamshire operate a constant system of ongoing road repairs.
So keen are they to let the county's residents know how hard they're trying, that they've now published a blog to keep us all fully informed and up-to-date. Here's the official press release:
A new weblog launched by Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) features latest information about pothole and surfacing work — see here
Updated every Friday afternoon, the blog details the number of potholes repaired every week, how many crews have been out, where larger scale works took place, and plans for the forthcoming week.
Janet Blake, Buckinghamshire County Council Cabinet Member for Planning and Transport, said: 'This blog is a real eye opener to the number of potholes our guys fix every week. It's enlightening to see the extent of work that's carried out; I recommend having a look so you know what's happening in the areas you travel.'
If you see a pothole, Tell TfB!
You can report road problems here: www.buckscc.gov.uk/telltfb
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