The cash will be used to fix 943,000 potholes on local roads this year.
It is the first payment made under the £250m five -year fund.
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Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin said: “Almost every journey starts and ends on a local road, so the government is giving councils £250 million specifically to tackle the blight of potholes in their area.
“This is just one part of our unprecedented investment in local road maintenance over the next five years.
“We are giving a record £6 billion to local authorities in England that will improve journeys across the regions.”