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Highways Investment required James Street Godreaman Aberaman North

The new leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council Andrew Morgan said
“By investing in and resurfacing roads, based on the demands of residents, we are not only repairing the damage caused by successive harsh winters, but also protecting them for longer into the future.”

The photograph is James Street Godreaman part of Aberaman North this section of Aberaman has been overlooked for years looking at the photograph.
Cllr Andrew Morgan, Leader of Rhondda Cynon Taf Council and Cabinet Member with responsibility for Highways.

"Surface dressing is a cost effective, quick and environmentally friendly way of extending the life of our roads."

It’s a cheep alternative.

James Street needs looking at, when was the street cleaned and I don’t mean someone with a long tweezers picking up bits of paper gutter is full of gravel next the drains will be blocked and flooding.

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This is happening throughout all valleys in Wales from what I've seen while driving around, I imagine that it's the same throughout the country.

The problem is so huge the money it would NOW take to sort it all out would be tantamount to impossible so councils around the country are sticking plasters on main roads and especially side roads.

The reason for the sticking plaster method is the councils is to " show people well we are trying ".