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Alliance questions whether roads study was 'value for money'

Survey on road satisfaction cost almost £12,000

A lobby group is questioning whether the public got value for money from a roads survey which cost almost £12,000.

The report, commissioned by the Department of Infrastructure last year, revealed just over a quarter of Manx motorists are satisfied with local roads.

A Freedom of Information request from the Manx TayPayers' Alliance showed the cost of the study to be £11,940.

Founder of the organisation, Michael Josem, says he was surprised by the figure:

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