Liverpool is to receive more than one million pounds of extra Government money specifically to pay for pothole repairs.
That's as a result of an announcement in this week's budget, and an announcement earlier this year.
Says Lib Dem regen spokesperson Paula Keaveney:
" This extra funding is good news for the City. As a cyclist I notice on a daily basis how badly potholed some of our roads are. In fact my route to the station is really the Garston slalom! This money should go some way towards making inroads on the repairs needed"
It's not yet known where exactly the extra money will be spent. All Councils getting the extra funds have to publish details of how the money has been used. Paula has submitted a question to the Regeneration Committee, which meets next week (31st March) about how the decisions will be taken.