In the battle to tackle urban congestion, Philip Hammond will create a £690m competition for local authorities to address the issue and get local transport networks up and moving.
He also repeated the £220m announced in the Autumn Statement that will be invested to tackle pinch points on national road networks - this includes £90m to the north and £23m to the Midlands.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling will be providing further detail on these imminently.
The chancellor announced the Midlands Engine strategy will be published tomorrow - the productivity plan to make the east and west Midlands a hub for growth in the UK economy.
The government wants to rev up the Midlands and add an extra £34bn to the region's economy by 2030, creating 300,000 extra jobs.
Hammond also committed to supporting local projects in the 12 months including improvements to the A483 corridor in Cheshire and the Leicester Outer Ring Road.