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#yourhighways – the story so far


Operation Road Rescue is going strong with over 18,000 defects repaired between 1st March – 30th April and an average of 30 crews working on the county's roads every day.

#yourhighways crews have concentrated on fixing the roads that have major damage and they’ve made some excellent progress so far.

Operation Road Rescue will continue to focus on fixing the defects on the county’s road network with pothole gangs and safety inspectors out everyday looking for damage and following up on your reports.

While crews continue to tackle the damage to the county’s roads, #yourhighways will be keeping up the momentum by delivering on a number of major projects from large resurfacing work to essential improvement schemes. These major projects form part of the county council’s £150 million investment into Gloucestershire’s roads.

You can get the full story on #yourhighways here:

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