Road repairs and other improvements costing £911,000 will be carried out across
Derbyshire in July.
The money is part of a £35 million package that Derbyshire County Council will spend on improving the roads during 2014 to 2015. It includes £200,00 0 in Amber Valley.
Councillor Dean Collins, deputy cabinet member for jobs, economy and transport, said: “We are committed to improving roads and pavements to provide Derbyshire with an efficient transport network.
“This will help to build a strong economy that creates jobs and supports businesses.”
Throughout July work to improve Derbyshire’s roads including filling in many potholes, including many in the Ripley, Heanor and Alfreton areas.
Among the improvements will be £45,000 to resurface the A615 Doehole Lane, Alfreton.
And £90,000 will be spent resurfacing the A615 Matlock Road, Wessington.
A sum of £65,000 will be spent resurfacing the A615 Dale Hill, Oakerthorpe.
There will be an interactive map provided online for people to refer to. For more details, including where current and future roadworks and road closures are taking place visit: www.derbyshire.gov.uk/roadworks