DRIVERS are losing their patience with "unsafe" potholed roads, a Government-commissioned study on the country's key arteries has found.
DRIVERS are losing their patience with \"unsafe\" potholed roads, a Government-commissioned study on the country's key arteries has found.
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DAMIEN HENDERSON and BRIAN DONNELLY
Satisfaction with the state of Scotland's busiest roads has dipped significantly over the past six years, the research reveals.
Only 40% of motorists said they were happy with the condition of the trunk road and motorway network, while the same survey results from 2006 – first published in 2007 – found just over half were satisfied.
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