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Road Rescue delivers 3.5km (2.17miles) of improved roads across Bournemouth.
More than 3.5km of major road resurfacing and reconstruction works have taken place across 19 roads in Bournemouth in the last year.
As part of the Council's Road Rescue programme, roads and pavements in Charminster, Westbourne, Moordown, Northbourne, Strouden Park and the Town Centre have been repaired, resurfaced and refreshed with road markings.
Councillor Michael Filer, Cabinet Member for Transport and Technical Services, said; "Road Rescue is our road improvement programme which has delivered large scale resurfacing schemes across many of Bournemouth's heavily used roads.
"The aim of Road Rescue is to bring our roads and pavements up to the standard expected by residents, businesses and motorists. I am delighted that we have been able to deliver these improvements whilst keeping disruption to a minimum."
As part of Road Rescue programme the Council has set aside £150K to repair potholes created over the winter months.