Monday 14 August 2017
Transport minister Jesse Norman has announced that councils in England will be awarded funding to refurbish bridges, improve junctions and boost flood defences.
Nineteen projects across the country will receive a share of £75 million from the government.
Local authorities put forward schemes to try to get a share of the money.
The government said the winning schemes will cute congestion, reduce journey times and improve reliability.
Among the projects to receive funding is a £4.6 million refurbishment of the A589 Greyhound Bridge in Lancashire so HGVs can access the bridge.
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