Mansfield tarmac pothole problem
As reported in the chad recently
Tarmac is an excellent durable and well respected product. however the Mansfield chad reports (and as Mark Wilson pointed out in the Chad on the 3 April 2013 he counted 30 areas damaged by snow in the immediate area) “Local authorities in England and Wales filled in more than two million potholes last year – a 29% increase on 2011, showed the report from the Asphalt Industry Alliance (AIA)”.
The ever changing climate and the extremes of weather we are experiencing are taking their toll. Whilst roadways are subject to heavier traffic than a driveway path or patio, they are still subject to damage from the elements.
The report goes on to say
“The make-do-and-mend approach to potholes means most patches are simply opening up again and again as the weather veers from snow and ice to rain,” he said. “Last year’s pothole review suggested that councils need to put new techniques in place and share resources. But this is clearly not enough without guaranteed long-term funding. Such funding would allow a proper plan to be drawn up that targets those roads in the worst condition.”
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