Britain’s roads are in a terrible state – but you probably knew that already.
New research from the RAC has found there has been ‘little’ improvement in the quality of our tarmac since the Romans marched out 16 centuries ago.
Apparently, it’s going to get worse – but you probably knew that as well.
Unless the Government makes ‘long-term’ decisions on road planning, we’re all consigned to a doom of congestion hell.
And with potholes, badly surfaced tarmac and congestion – bad traffic is as much a part of the national psyche as fish and chips.
What do you think should be done about Britain’s roads?
Would road-pricing or toll lanes be a good way of raising money for road repairs?