Six companies have been awarded contracts totalling more than £20million to carry out highways work in West Sussex.
The county council contracts for 2024/25 cover areas such as resurfacing and patching roads, reconstructing and resurfacing footpaths, drainage schemes, crossings and signals.
Landbuild Ltd will cover the Bus Services Improvement Plan, highway improvements, crossings and signals, drainage schemes, and highway structures.
FM Conway Ltd will also be responsible for the resurfacing of principal and local roads as well as foot-way reconstruction/resurfacing other other small works.
Carriageway patching will fall to Associated Asphalt Contracting Ltd, surface dressing on principal/local Roads to Kier Highways Ltd, micro-asphalting of footpaths to JPCS Ltd and micro-asphalting on local roads to EuroviaInfrastructure Ltd.
The county council will receive a total of £4.3m from the government to help with resurfacing work.