More than 100 roads have been repaired by Transport for Bucks since March this year.

Their £4 million 'plane and patch' programme - which has seen crews fix up the county's battered roads - has just finished for 2019.

It has seen many residential roads fixed as part of the project, including Havenfield Road in Cressex and Lea Close in Marlow Bottom.

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Havenfield Road, Cressex - before and after

Schemes in the plane and patch programme were chosen - and the work guided - by TfB’s Local Area Technicians (LATs), who have a broad knowledge of the roads around Bucks and those most in need of treatment.

Deputy leader and transport cabinet member at Bucks County Council Mark Shaw said: “Plane and patch treatment is an essential tool in our armoury for repairing some of the roads in Buckinghamshire, which see a high number of users travelling across our network every day.

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Lea Close, Marlow Bottom - before and after

"This type of treatment provides a great opportunity to repair pothole clusters and focus on the roads that cause the most concern for members of the public.

"With the work being weather dependent, luck was on our side and we managed to complete the work within the expected period, with no inclement weather to hold us back.”