Hertfordshire County Council invests £29million to repair local roads

Over the next four years, Hertfordshire County Council will be investing millions of pounds to improve local roads like the ones our residents live and work on.

While we invest £35million in maintenance and improvement schemes on Hertfordshire’s roads each year, our A, B and C roads often take priority over smaller local roads.  

Local roads are still important to us: they are used by our residents every day, whether on the commute to work, the walk to school or an evening run or bike ride. 

That’s why we’ve launched a huge new programme of works to treat these roads.

Francis Avenue in St Albans was the first road on the scheme to get some TLC on Friday 5 October.

A full list of the roads getting treatment under the new scheme in 2018/19 is available at www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/localroads