BBC television news reported on Surrey County Council’s project to build pothole-proof roads that are designed to last a decade before repairs are needed.
A 10 year warranty means if there was a problem with a road, the cost of repairing it would fall to the contractor that built the road and not the council.
Jason Russell, Assistant Director for Highways, was interviewed about the project that will see 100 miles of Surrey’s worst roads replaced.
The story starts 17 minutes and 27 seconds into the news broadcast which can be seen on the BBC iplayer.
The programme is only available to watch until 6pm on Friday 26 April