All Hull roadworks and road closures planned for July 2022

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All Hull roadworks and road closures planned for July 2022

All Hull roadworks and road closures planned for July 2022
2022-07-02 12:48:00
There are 25 major roadworks schemes taking place across Hull during the month of July, with a number of road closures due to be in place. Among the most high-profile projects involving road closures is the transformation of the former Central Fire Station, in Hull city centre, into a new hi-tech learning centre for Ron Dearing University Technical College, which will begin this month. Sewell Construction, which is delivering the project on behalf of the UTC, will be working on site from Monday July 11 until next summer. During the works, Worship Street will be closed between Freetown Way and the Hull History Centre car park. As a result, no traffic will be able to enter or exit Freetown Way from Worship Street. Read More: Hidden gem of a cafe in Hull city centre is a perfect oasis for taking a break The closure of Worship Street is necessary to ensure the safe movement of construction vehicles and Hull New Theatre touring company vehicles. Access to Hull History Centre car park will be available via Jarratt Street, with two-way temporary traffic lights in place. There will be a signed diversion for all other traffic. Steve Ratcliffe, Site Manager for Sewell Construction, said: “We are extremely proud to be working on behalf of the UTC to deliver this exciting project, which will create more opportunities for young people from across the city. As with any Sewell project, this scheme is about more than construction for us, and, wherever possible, we will look to engage both students and the community in the redevelopment, which will see an important building brought back to life.” Major Hull roadworks in July and beyond A63 improvement scheme – St James Street to Market Place: May 1, 2020 – May 1, 2025. Lane closures and local diversions until completion of scheme. LGV diversion signed via ERYC to limit number of LGVs in city centre. (National Highways). A63 improvement scheme – Commercial Road: October 26, 2021 – April 30, 2024. Enable H&S and safe systems of works for operatives working on the scheme. (National Highways). Beverley Road – Brunswick Arcade: October 4, 2021 – April 1, 2023. Brunswick Arcade demolition. Contraflow in place until April 2022. Lane closure in place until Sept 2022. (Hull City Council – MP&I.) Carr Lane: July 4, 2022 – July 17, 2022. Replacement of rocking / damaged kerbs and channels. One-way closure to eastbound traffic. Existing traffic signals to be unaffected. (MP&I ST-GROUP.) Chapman Street: July 4, 2022 – July 8, 2022. Replacement / full site refurbishment of traffic signals and controller

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