More than £1m is being invested in road repairs and improvements across the county this month.
The money is part of a £35m package Derbyshire County Council is spending on improving the roads in the coming year.
Councillor Dean Collins, deputy cabinet member for jobs, economy and transport, said: “We are committed to repairing and improving roads and pavements across the county – it’s what local people want and expect.
“We want to build a strong economy that creates jobs and supports businesses and a thriving economy needs an efficient transport network.”
During July, the council will carry out work to improve roads in the following districts:
Amber Valley £400,000
• B6179 Butterley Station Bridge, Ripley: major bridge maintenance, bearing replacement and concrete repairs – £150,000
• A6 Milford Bridge, Belper: major bridge maintenance, concrete repairs and preventative maintenance – £100,000
• A609 Main Road/Ryknield Road, Horsley Woodhouse: new traffic lights – £150,000
• Welbeck Road, Bolsover: pavement resurfacing – £15,000
• Castlefields Greenway, Bolsover: upgrading footpath for local access – £55,000
• High Street, New Whittington, Chesterfield: pavement resurfacing – £11,000.
• C359 Cross Street, Long Eaton: road resurfacing – £45,000
• Manor Road/Princess Drive, Borrowash: pavement resurfacing – £10,000
• A609 Nottingham Road/Cavendish Road, Ilkeston: replacing old pedestrian crossing – £25,000.
North East Derbyshire £425,000
• Thanet Street, Clay Cross: traffic light refurbishment – £150,000
• Bowshaw Farm East and West Bridges, Dronfield: bridge repair and waterproofing – £100,000
• Stubley Hollow Bridge, Dronfield: bridge repair and waterproofing – £100,000
• Five Pits Trail in Grassmoor, Williamthorpe and North Wingfield: resurfacing – £50,000
• B6052 High Street/School Street, Eckington: replacing old pedestrian crossing – £25,000
South Derbyshire £175,000
• A444 Main Street/Lullington Road, Overseal: new traffic lights – £150,000
• A511 Station Road, Hatton: replacing old pedestrian crossing – £25,000.
The total cost of road improvements in July is £1,161,000.
For further information about roads, visit www.derbyshire.gov.uk.