Hull peak time-only bus lanes to return after works to…

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Hull peak time-only bus lanes to return after works to…

Hull's bus lanes will go back to only operating during rush hour shortly after changes are made to road signs in March. A Hull City Council decision record published today (Wednesday, January 17) stated four traffic regulation orders (TROs) to move away from all-day bus lanes – which were introduced in summer 2020 – have been drawn up. Council Transport Portfolio Holder Cllr Mark Ieronimo said the changes were part of efforts to show they listening to people and acting in their interests. But 46 objections have been lodged claiming it will put more cars on the roads, make cycling more difficult and undermine council commitments to cut emissions. The changes are set to see bus lanes operate from 7am to 9.30am and from 4pm to 6.30pm in both directions. READ MORE: Hull bus lanes to go back to peak times soon- despite congestion warning 'Simplistic' bus lane change could leave Hull roads 'crumbling', Labour leader Daren Hale says This is except on the Carr Lane bus gate where they will operate 24 hours a day. Works to change road signs on the bus lanes will begin in March, with the new enforcement times being introduced shortly afterwards. Vehicles will also no longer be able to wait or load in the bus lanes on Holderness Road, Beverley Road and Spring Bank during those times. The council stated it would make them safer for cyclists and mor
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