Many roads across west London are in dire need of repair and maintenance, according to new government figures.
The statistics, published by the Department for Transport, show that as much as 24% of Westminster's council-maintained A roads should have been worked on last year, yet no work was conducted on these roads.
This figure is the highest proportion for anywhere in England, something that Westminster needs to address.
In Hammersmith and Fullham, 22% of A roads should have been fixed last year, compared to the average across England being a small 4%.
For the drivers who venture off the A roads however, the situation is even worse with an alarming 50% of Westminster's unclassifed roads - those that are not A or B roads - in desperate need of repair, the second highest in England.
The research concluded that England's unclassified roads have deteriorated in recent years with 18% of the network in need of some attention this year, having risen from 15% in 2007.
Roads in need of repair across west London:
Local authority A roads B and C Unclassified
|Kensington & Chelsea||16%||6%||50%|
|Hammersmith and Fulham||22%||13%||N/A|