Potholed roads are an annoyance to residents, drivers and cyclists.
Cardiff council has launched a programme of repairs to streets in wards or estates which are heavily used by traffic.
And we’ve obtained the full list of streets they are planning to tackle this year.
The city council says priority is given to existing repairs, outstanding works and defects identified through checks.
Those which are between 30mm and 39mm deep are also prioritised.
3/11 All highways are inspected priority is given to heavily used roads in wards or pot holes in excess of ≥0.09m² between 30-39mm deep
— City of Cardiff (@cardiffcouncil) August 2, 2016
They say there is a UK-wide backlog of £12bn when it comes to repairing potholes.
In this year’s budget, the council announced that £320,000 of extra money was being allocated to pothole repairs.
The full list of roads to be repaired between March 2016 and March 2017:
City Hall Road
King Edward VII Avenue
Capel Gwilym Road
Cherry Orchard Road
St Margaret’s Crescent
St Gilda’s Road
St Alban Avenue
Green Close Road
5/5 This is Halsbury Avenue in Canton after the work was completed… pic.twitter.com/xoJaldqJE8
— City of Cardiff (@cardiffcouncil) August 3, 2016
Croffty Genau Road
St Mellons Road
Cefn Coed Crescent
Cefn Coed Road
Channel View Road
Victoria Park roundabout
Romilly Road West
Heol Nant Castan
Maes y Deri
Tyn y Cae Grove
Pen y Lan Road