Giant crack appears on A1035 with motorists warned of delays

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Giant crack appears on A1035 with motorists warned of delays

Giant crack appears on A1035 with motorists warned of delays
2022-01-28 12:29:00
Motorists and cyclists are being warned of delays on one of East Yorkshire's busiest roads after a giant crack appeared in a layby. The damage next to a stretch of the main A1035 between Beverley and Bridlington near Leven is believed to have been caused by subsidence. East Riding Council's highways maintenance team is due to start a four-week improvement scheme at the site from Monday, January 31. For the latest traffic and travel news click here. The £50,000 works will cover a section of the road between the entrance to the Heron lakes holiday park and the White Cross roundabout, which is the main entrance route into Leven village. The first phase will tackle the subsidence issues in the layby and will involve a full reconstruction. After that, engineers will resurface a footpath and cycleway at Leven Drain Bridge between the roundabout and Heron Lakes holiday park. Motorists are being warned there could be delays (Image: Hull Live) This work will be carried out between Monday, February 7 and Friday, February 11, using temporary traffic lights between 9am and 3pm on weekdays to avoid peak times. Councillor Chris Matthews, the council’s portfolio holder for environment and climate change, said: “We would like to thank motorists and pedestrians in advance for their patience while this work is carried out. “This is a busy road and we expect delays but we have taken steps to make sure the scheme doesn’t disrupt rush hour traffic. “This work is essential to make this road and footpath safe for the future.” The council has also confirmed the starting date for a new £425,000 highways scheme in Woldate near Bridlington. Woldgate near Bridlington (Image: East Riding Council) Work there on a stretch of Woldgate between the A165 Bessingby Hill junction and the Rudston Road junction near the village of Rudston will start on Monday, February 7. Your Hull Live email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Hull and East Yorkshire direct to your inbox with the free Hull Live newsletters. You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here The scheme is expected to take up to eight weeks to complete and will involve both resurfacing and patching work along with improvements to drainage. Due to the narrow width of the road, temporary road closures will be necessary during the scheme and there will be signed diversion routes in place. Residents and businesses in t

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