Have your say on the A63 roadworks in Castle Street

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Have your say on the A63 roadworks in Castle Street

Have your say on the A63 roadworks in Castle Street
2021-06-14 12:27:00
People have a new way of giving their views on the ongoing upgrade of Hull's busiest road. The £355m improvement scheme on the A63 in Castle Street is the most expensive highways project ever seen in the city. Now into its second year, it will eventually see the main east-west route through the city centre being lowered at the current Mytongate junction with a new road linking Ferensway and Commercial Road above. Read more: Key city centre road to be closed for more than three months A number of junctions in the area will also be upgraded while the new Murdoch's Crossing footbrdge has recently been opened to pedestrians and cyclists. A new interactive online map allows people to leave their views on the A63 upgrade scheme in Hull (Image: Highways England) While Highways England contractors work on the road scheme, archaeologists are continuing their examination of the former Trinity Burial Ground next to the Mytongate junction. Now drivers, residents and businesses are being encouraged to have their say on the works via a new interactive online feature known as ECHO, which stands for Every Customer Has an Opinion. It is one of the first highways schemes of its kind in the country to use the tool. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here. Senior project manager James Leeming said: “We work really hard to reach out to road users, residents and other stakeholders but t

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