Hedon Road and A63 to close for roadworks as motorists…

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Hedon Road and A63 to close for roadworks as motorists…

Hedon Road and A63 to close for roadworks as motorists warned of delays
2022-01-14 13:24:00
Motorists in Hull are set to experience more travel disruption later this month as closures are planned on the A1033 Hedon Road and the A63. National Highways has announced 'essential' resurfacing work will take place between Southcoates Roundabout and Northern Gateway For the latest traffic and travel news and headlines, click here. The works which begin on Monday, January 24, will also see parts of Southcoates Roundabout itself resurfaced and at the same time new signs will be installed between Southcoates Roundabout and Salt End Roundabout. The work will take place overnight with closures planned from 8pm until 6am during the week and is set to last until mid-February. For the latest Hull Live headlines direct to your inbox, click here. Heavy traffic on Hedon Road in Hull (Image: Peter Harbour) National Highways said that they hope the “essential” resurfacing on the A1033 Hedon Road and A63 in Hull will result in safer, smoother journeys for road users. The work will carried out on the A1033 Hedon Road eastbound and westbound between Southcoates Roundabout and Northern Gateway, and on part of the A63 Roger Millward Way between Southcoates Roundabout and Garrison Road, including Southcoates Roundabout itself. At the same time, new clearway signs will be put up on the A1033 between Southcoates Roundabout and Salt End Roundabout. The work is due to start on Monday, January 24. National Highways Project Manager Steve Bishop said: “This work is essential for the continued upkeep of a safe, smooth road surface for drivers, riders and cyclists. “We’ll be keeping disruption to a minimum by working overnight when traffic flows are lightest and aim to finish by the middle of February. “However, the nature of the work means it can’t be done in bad weather so if we experience adverse conditions, we will update people on the revised schedule via our social media channels.” For the latest traffic and travel news in your area enter your postcode below Th

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