Posted by: westlancashirerecord | April 21, 2016

Potty Potholing Claims

A sharp eyed reader has sent me a copy of an article in The Champion newspaper, published in November 2015. It represents the views of the County Council that fewer roads in Lancashire are being blighted by potholes as a result of a new approach launched last year.

This will come as a surprise to road users in West Lancashire. TAMP, Transport Asset Management Plan, improves the overall condition of roads, bridges, and street lights by using survey data to target repairs at the right time, before more expensive and time-consuming work is needed. potholes2015 [click to read]

So we who know about our roads, because we drive on them, and walk on the pavements supposedly improved, find this is not the case. Isn’t it reasonable for a new report to be published that tells us TAMP has failed, and that it should be called TIPP “This Is Pothole Potty”?

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