West Sussex County Council (WSCC) has been given £3.6 million from the Government to spend on fixing roads which were damaged during the extreme winter weather.
WSCC will use £1.2 million of this for carriageway patching around the county.
£200,000 will be put towards the continued support for the council’s pothole patrols known as ‘find and fix gangs’.
A further £2.4m will go towards carriageway strengthening and resurfacing.
Worthing Road, in Horsham, will get £40k for repairs.
The A24 at Farthings Hill will get £500.