A63 in Hull closed for six weekends in January and…

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A63 in Hull closed for six weekends in January and…

The A63 Castle Street will be closed over the next six weekends as work continues on the massive junction upgrade. National Highways is progressing essential works on the stretch of road and the new junction at Mytongate as part of the major project to improve journeys in Hull. A new split-level junction, a critical part of the upgrade, is being created by lowering the level of the A63 to create an underpass, with Ferensway and Commercial Road crossing the A63. National Highways Project Manager Frances Oliver said: “This is a critical part of the work to allow us to move towards our next phased traffic switch. READ MORE: More traffic and travel news Busy Hull road closes again 'until further notice' for gas repair work “The road layout will be switched to allow the two eastbound lanes and the two westbound lanes to run either side of the new underpass. At the moment, all four lanes are to the south of the new underpass, so this requires significant planning.” To allow work to be carried out safely, there will be six eastbound weekend closures on the A63 between Daltry Street and Roger Millward Way starting in January. This will include the Ferensway off and on slip roads and Market Place junction. Diversion r o utes: The diversion route for the A63 weekend closures (Image: National Highways) Work is being carried out on the weekends. This will allow lanes to be kept open on the A63 eastbound and slip roads during the peak weekday, daytime travelling hours. The full weekend closures will be in place as follows. Each closure will be in place between 8pm on Friday to 6am the following Monday: 12 -15 January 19 – 22 January 26 – 29
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