Cycle lane bollards taken off Holderness Road after just a…

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Cycle lane bollards taken off Holderness Road after just a…

Cycle lane bollards taken off Holderness Road after just a few weeks
2021-09-24 13:39:00
Bollards on a Holderness Road cycle lane were removed because it is used by a large number of vehicles carrying “abnormal loads”, Hull City Council has stated. A Hull City Council spokesperson said the bollards were removed between the Bellfield Avenue junction and Diadem roundabouts after car and lorry drivers raised concerns during a consultation. Click here for the latest traffic and travel news. The spokesperson added the lanes were still open to cyclists and that the council remained committed to keeping them safe on the city’s roads. It is thought the bollards were removed about four weeks after they were initially installed. Get the latest Holderness Road news by signing up for updates here. Find traffic updates from your area Their removal means that a roughly half mile stretch of cycle lanes in Holderness Road are currently without bollards. It is unclear whether the council plans to reinstall them or put in alternatives. Holderness Road runs through east Hull and is one of the major routes connecting it to the city centre over the River Hull and to East Riding villages. The stretch at the River Hull end by Lime Street connects to some of the city’s main industrial and commercial areas. Your Hull Live ema

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