Roads: Yorkshire and the Humber

Department for Transport written question – answered on 20th February 2019.

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Photo of David Davis David Davis Conservative, Haltemprice and Howden

To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how much funding his Department has allocated for road improvement works in (a) Yorkshire and the Humber and (b) the Haltemprice and Howden constituency.

Photo of Jesse Norman Jesse Norman Minister of State (Department for Transport)

The funding provided by the Department for Transport for local highway maintenance to East Riding of Yorkshire Council and for highway authorities which fall within the Yorkshire and the Humber area since 2010 is shown in the table below. This includes an additional £4.8 million allocated this financial year to East Riding and a further £42 million for Yorkshire and the Humber for local highways maintenance.

Year

Funding Stream

East Riding £M

Yorkshire and Humber £M

2010/11

Highways Maintenance Block

9.264

95.490

June 2010

Severe Weather

1.011

8.670

March 2011

Severe Weather

2.420

20.900

2011/12

Highways Maintenance Block

9.921

87.562

2012/13

Highways Maintenance Block

9.479

84.412

2013/14

Highways Maintenance Block (including top up)

10.832

93.739

March 2014

Wet Weather

1.302

10.356

2014/15

Highways Maintenance Block (including top up)

9.899

82.756

2014/15

Pothole Fund

2.565

15.802

2015/16

Highways Maintenance Block

11.047

93.596

2016/17

Highways Maintenance Block (including incentive element)

10.746

91.049

2016/17

Pothole Action Fund

0.690

5.220

2017//18

Highways Maintenance Block (including incentive element)

10.766

91.118

2017/18

Pothole Action Fund

1.526

12.442

2017/18

Flood Resilience Fund

0.610

4.981

2018/19

Highways Maintenance Block (including incentive element)

10.755

90.677

2018/19

Pothole Action Fund

0.642

5.243

2018/19

Budget £420 million

4.897

42.090

Total

108.372

936.103

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