KIRKLEES Council has been given an extra £184,000 for work on roads.
It is part of an extra £2.7m awarded to councils in Yorkshire to help them manage their roads, bridges and other assets, Transport Minister Paul Clark announced.
The money will help councils to gather important information on their street lights, bridges, roads and other assets, in order to manage them as effectively as possible. It is being paid in response to bids from 15 of the local authorities across Yorkshire.
Calderdale Council have been allocated an extra £135,200.