TWO sections of roads in south Shropshire are scheduled for repairs during June.
These are the A4117 Henley lay-by  and the B4368 Watling Street junction to tea rooms.
“The Multihog is a hugely important part of our work to tackle potholes and improve the county’s roads,” said Dean Carroll, Dean Carroll, Shropshire Council’s Cabinet member with responsibility for highways
“It’s a really important part of our strategy to deliver meaningful repairs to roads across Shropshire, and make them safer for all road users.”
Since April 2021, more than 29,000 potholes have been repaired across the Shropshire Council area says the authority.
Other methods used to treat potholes include the innovative Texpatch process, used to treat urban roads, two Roadmaster vehicles, which are used to carry out jet-patching on rural roads, and more traditional repairs by gangs.
Meanwhile, the council’s annual resurfacing and surface dressing programmes help to prevent potholes forming in the first place.
Since the Multihog was officially adopted in late March 2021, the volume of the road network repaired has risen significantly.