A CALL has been made for motorists to report potholes in the Bognor Regis area.
The current cold weather after the wet conditions for much of the winter is leading to roads around the town deteriorating.
West Sussex County Council and its contractor, Balfour Beatty, are working to repair the worst of them as soon as possible.
Its cabinet member for highways and infrastructure, Cllr Bob Lanzer, said: “The county council is responsible for maintaining around 2,500 miles of road. Staff cannot be everywhere at once and residents can really help West Sussex Highways be as efficient as possible by using this online reporting method.”
Concerns about potholes can be reported online using the Love West Sussex app at westsussex.gov.uk/roads-and-travel
“The recent wet weather and variations between mild and cold/freezing temperatures have resulted in more potholes being reported to the council,” said Cllr Lanzer. “Please bear with our staff and contractors, who are working hard to get the worst of these repaired as soon as possible.”