A63 closures from today – where will be closed and…

a63-closures-from-today-–-where-will-be-closed-and…

A63 closures from today – where will be closed and…

A63 closures from today – where will be closed and when
2021-11-29 10:35:00
Drivers are being warned to plan their journeys in advance in the coming weeks as a series of overnight closures are expected on both carriageways of the A63 until January. National Highways is carrying out further improvements along the vital stretch of road which they say will improve safety and create smoother journeys for drivers. For the latest traffic and travel news and headlines, click here Work on the planned maintenance scheme involves resurfacing the carriageway and slip roads between the Welton Interchange (Water Lane/Cowgate) and Western Interchange (Humber Bridge A15, east of Hessle). National Highways confirmed that the work will take place in both directions and is set to begin on Monday, November 29. The overnight works are set to be paused for Christmas from December 7 to January 10 (Image: Katie Pugh) Work will take place overnight during the week Monday to Friday from 8pm to 6am with the closure of one carriageway at a time. The latest scheme starting on Monday will begin on the eastbound carriageway and will also involve drainage and electrical work with this section of the project set to be completed on Tuesday, December 7. With consideration to seasonal traffic, work on the westbound carriageway will start on Monday, January 10 with the aim to finish by Thursday, January 20 (2022). There is one weekend closure overnight on Saturday, January 22 (2022) to complete the electrical work on the eastbound carriageway. The work follows other A63 improvements taking place nearby including safety barrier replacement between North Cave to South Cave and several enhancements at the Welton Interchange. National Highways Project Manager Steve Bishop said: “All the work which is taking place along the A63 in East Riding of Yorkshire is important and necessary maintenance for this key road which is used by tens of thousands of drivers every day. “We appreciate this latest scheme is more work along this route and will have some impact on drivers and residents, but we have planned as best we can for all the work to run concurrently, and where possible share traffic management to minimise disruption to customers and residents.” For the latest traffic and travel news in your area enter your postcode below To carry out the work safely, overnight closures will be needed as National Highways carry out the maintenance schemes along the A63, with all set to be completed early next year. These

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