‘Essential repair work’ will close west Hull route for three…

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‘Essential repair work’ will close west Hull route for three…

‘Essential repair work’ will close west Hull route for three weeks in September
2022-08-16 17:07:00
A west Hull road is to be closed for almost exactly three weeks in September for what is described as essential repair work. Roadworks in Wold Road will begin next week with an initial temporary traffic lights system to manage traffic flow. But from Monday, September 5, to Sunday, September 25, Wold Road will be closed between County Road South and Willerby Road. Traffic diversions will be in place. Hull City Council have apologised in advance for any inconvenience caused by the “essential repair work”. Read more: Closure of Marfleet Lane flyover in Hull delayed by a week The works will include road resurfacing, repairing kerbing and gullies, and the painting of road markings. Ian Cappleman, Hull City Council highways manager, said: “We apologise for any inconvenience this essential repair work may cause. “We will do all we can to ensure resident access is maintained throughout the work. However, there may be short periods of time when access may be unavailable. “We aim to get this work completed and the road reopened as soon as possible.” Part of Wold Road in west Hull will be closed for almost three weeks in September as improvement works take place. (Image: Google Streetview) The first phase of the works will begin on Monday, August 22, and finish on Sunday, September 4. During this part, the mini-roundabout between Wold Road and County Road South will be closed to through traffic on County Road South. Traff

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